Things to do for June 20, 2018
The Abbey Brewing Company Turns 23. An Endless Party Ensues.
And a New Etaru Lands in Fort LauderdaleBy Ginger Harris
Turns Out, Dining in the Dark Is Still a Thing
We're certainly not the first city to get a Dining in the Dark experience. In fact, we're probably closer to the last. But what's important is that we have one now at One Door East, so grab a date and head over to sip welcome cocktails and eat six ever-rotating courses in complete darkness. Finally.
Celebrate the Life of Sweet Liberty's John Lermayer
John Lermayer put Miami's cocktails on the map through bartending and with the arrival of Sweet Liberty. His unexpected passing is a great loss. Join friends and fans to toast this nightlife legend, enjoy fare from Stiltsville Fish Bar and Alter and generally pursue happiness the way John would have wanted.
The Longest Day of the Year Deserves a Party. Related...
With the longest day of the year upon us, head to Lightkeepers on Key Biscayne to put in extra time looking at that stunning ocean view while enjoying $1 oysters, discounted cocktails, a mixology mix-off and a DJ for extra dancing until the sun finally goes down. They heard you requested extra dancing.
Rejoice, for the World Has Been Graced With Another Etaru
First came Etaru Hallandale. Now, Etaru Las Olas is upon us. It's where you'll go for Japanese deliciousness like sashimi with yuzu truffle dressing and cherry blossom-infused vodka and lychee cocktails while overlooking passersby on the Fort Lauderdale street. Actually, probably look at your date instead.
Beer and a Gratis Pig Roast = Nice Little Sunday
Miami Beach's oldest brewery is about to celebrate another trip around the sun. And this time, the Abbey Brewing Company is throwing its biggest party yet (for 18 hours) in its expanded space. All the more room to toast with late-morning happy hour specials and a gratis pig roast. Their party. Your party. Same thing.
What Else Is New
Did You Know It's Road Trip Week? It's Road Trip Week.
Here's a running list of stories you may've missed so far, from the most hedonistic movie road trips, to the most iconic roadside burger stands. And for when you return home, here's some THC-infused craft beer and a personal 3D printer. You always wanted one of those.