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Things to do for January 03, 2018
The Beach Polo World Cup Is a Many-Splendored Thing
Mostly Because Former Victoria's Secret Model Inés Rivero Is InvolvedBy Ginger Harris
Your Resolutions Do Not Exist Here
The good people at Finka Table & Tap have something new cooking. Specifically, Amelia's 1931, which takes family recipes and melds them with a trio of cultures, then brings them to your table. Recipes like chipotle corn with spicy mayo, mozzarella and crumbled chicharron. And malanga tots. Specifically.
The Wharf Puts on One of the Greatest Shows on Earth
Clowns, stilt walkers, jugglers, acrobats and other big top things will take over the Wharf for three days when it transforms into Riverside Circus. It's a DJ-fueled affair that you can pull your boat up to and have tequila drinks and Mojo Donuts. So, it's a Miami affair.
What a Victoria's Secret Model, the Beach and Polo Have in Common
Soon enough in W South Beach's backyard, you'll see Victoria's Secret model turned polo player Inés Rivero (and a bunch of other horse-adjacent athletes) playing the sport in the sand. And if you stick around for the après-polo affair inside, you can grab a drink and rub elbows with them. Or just say hi.
The Brunch Gods Smile Down Upon You at Stubborn Seed
When you're famished and require beyond-average brunch offerings like mezcal-and-citrus-cured salmon and tequila cocktails with beets and habanero dust, we'd suggest finding a seat at Stubborn Seed's new weekend brunch. Then we'd suggest eating and drinking.
It's Yoga, But It's Gratis Rooftop-Pool Yoga
Looking back on last year, perhaps doing something healthy would bode well for you. Take gratis rooftop yoga at Atton, for example, followed by power smoothies and a few laps in the pool. Minus maybe the laps part.
What Else Is New
Let's Break Some Resolutions, Shall We?
Here's a handy list of anti-resolutions, which includes a $25,000 taco and cheese-topped tea. Also, here's one writer's take on the deceptively devastating Black Mirror dating app episode, and one other writer's rant against calling this bad weather a "bomb cyclone." Very important stuff, all.