Things to do for January 17, 2018

A New Place for 4am Nachos and Mezcal

Which Is Nice, But So Is This Point Break Screening in the Sand

By Ginger Harris

Wednesday
A New Place for 4am Nachos and Mezcal
NACHO LIBRE

A New Place for 4am Nachos and Mezcal

You're dancing at Electric Pickle. Suddenly, the need for ceviche, mezcal and nachos covered in candied jalapeños, peppers, cheese and smoked brisket sets in. Thanks to the opening of Melinda's inside that very same club, you can now have all of the above until, yes, 4am. Hey, it happens.

Thursday
It's Got 10 Dining Stations, Flowers and a Full Bar, So...
SU CASA

It's Got 10 Dining Stations, Flowers and a Full Bar, So...

There's something new at Saks Brickell City Centre. Specifically, Casa Tua Cucina, a big, beautiful restaurant/marketplace with 10 dining stations from the same people who gave us the other Casa Tua that we know and love. Oh, and there's also a flower market and full bar. Valentine's Day prep: check.

Friday
Movies in the Sand Kicks Off With, of Course, Point Break
CINE CITY

Movies in the Sand Kicks Off With, of Course, Point Break

Here's your chance to watch Point Break while the waves crash behind you. Movies in the Sand kicks off at Edition with the Swayze/Reeves joint, gratis popcorn and plenty of cocktails in the little nook just off the pool and beach. Again, Point Break. We really can't stress that part enough.

Jan 19, 7pm, no cover, Edition, 2901 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 786-257-4500

Saturday
Frost Science Gets in Touch With It's Late-Night Side
CHEERED SCIENCE

Frost Science Gets in Touch With It's Late-Night Side

Big Bang, Frost Science's fundraiser, is about to transform the museum into a clubby atmosphere with music, an open bar, places like Boulud Sud doing food, silent discos, VR experiences and you thinking science is suddenly way less science-y.

Sunday
Chef Michael Schwartz's Pop-Up Gets a Lot More Permanent
EDGE OF AMARA

Chef Michael Schwartz's Pop-Up Gets a Lot More Permanent

Amara at Paraiso, that handsome restaurant that popped up during Basel, is here for good now. As are the James Beard Award-winning chef’s short rib empanadas. And the banana leaf-wrapped cobia. Sure, the beautiful views of Biscayne Bay and the deck seating can stick around, too.

What Else Is New

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.

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