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Category Archive: Things to Do

Things to Do Miami – January ’18

 Start off the year on a sporting, cultural or foodie note with next week’s Beach Polo World Cup, the world’s largest beach polo tournament and/or with a day trip to the Boca Raton Museum of Art with a gem of a ceramic exhibit and companion show of the small paintings of Alex Katz.

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Miami + Ft.Lauderdale Holiday Events 2017

By Kayla Louttit and Yours Truly

 

December is here, which means the holiday season is officially in full swing! From Fort Lauderdale’s Winterfest Boat Parade and the Polar Express Train Ride to Australia’s hit sensation The TEN Tenors singing holiday hits, we’ve curated our top picks for special festivities to enjoy this holiday season in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. First up is Mistletoe and Martinis at Deering Estate December 8. Read Full Post & Comments »

What’s New in Little Havana

Velvet Creme Donuts

 

By Josie Gulliksen and Yours Truly

 

The revival of the Little Havana neighborhood has been drawing plenty of attention lately, thanks to a variety of businesses that kicked it off a year or two ago, and the others that have followed suit recently. You can get your sweet fix, enjoy a craft beer, dine al fresco in a garden setting or dance the night away in front of a pineapple shaped stage. Most of the spots you need to visit are the result of a love and passion that Miami’s Cuban-American community has to bring the neighborhood an injection of new life.Here are some of the new spots and other classic favorites. Any others you’d recommend? Read Full Post & Comments »

Eating News – November

First Annual Paris Flea Market on December 3

 

As we go into New Year’s it seems that many  of the new restaurants opening are moderately priced offerings, not to speak of the high profile food halls on the way (Design District, South Beach). Guess those with the money in the restaurant biz have decided at least for now that there’s growing pushback on $200+ dinners for two. On the menu include another welcome addition to Coral Gables dining thanks to a fave chef most recently at The Deck, sushi import from a successful Argentine restaurant group also in the Gables, enticing three course luncheon specials at La Mar by Gaston Acurio and Seaspice . Finally, of note is the first Annual Paris Flea Market sponsored by culinary society Les Dames d’Escoffier South Florida chapter on December 3. Read Full Post & Comments »

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Things to Do Miami: September

Special free performance at the Arsht Center during DWNTWN Art Days

 

By Josie Gulliksen

 

Perhaps it’s a good idea to take a break from watching the forecast, and worrying about any impeding “weather patterns” to focus on what to do in our lovely Magic City. September has plenty of offerings that showcase our museums, Downtown Miami, luxurious hotels and our love of fashion. Part 1 of a two part series. Read Full Post & Comments »

Painting and Wine Classes Miami

 

Paint Nite

By Jennifer Agress

If you’re looking for a different kind of girls night out (or even a date night!) in Miami, try your hand at one of the painting and wine classes Miami. Get a little buzz, get a little creative, and most exciting, get a new piece of art (read below how to have it made into stationery). Here are some painting and wine classes around town in South Florida: Read Full Post & Comments »

Things to Do Miami This Summer – Part 2

Waterbiking

 

By Jennifer Agress and Yours Truly

 

Part 2 of things to do Miami this summer.  We gave you a list of cultural  activities (Part 1) to do—but we know that, for some of you, that may not be your cup of tea. If you’re looking for something more hands on, look no further than the activities we have listed below. Try one ,you’re in for a treat. Read Full Post & Comments »

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Things to Do Miami (This Summer) – Part 1

Neverland the musical coming to the Arsht

 

By Jennifer Agress and Yours Truly

 

Plan to be around this summer and early fall in Miami? Expecting visitors from out of town ? We’ve put together a two part series of cultural, entertainment, and other things to do Miami. And even if you’re familiar with the entertainment venues, museums and such, you’ll find out what shows are on tap in one curated list (we’ve marked them in bold type). Try one or more of these activities, listed below—you’ll experience another side of the Magic City you and your guests haven’t seen before. Read Full Post & Comments »

Staycation Miami

 

With spring here it’s time when we locals start to go swimming in the ocean,  enjoy less traffic in Miami Beach, and fewer crowds in restaurants. It’s also the time hotel rates drop. So, thought we, why not go on a “staycation” in Miami Beach for the weekend. We’d do things like spend the afternoon at the beach, go bike riding on the promenade, check out a new deli, go to a new restaurant and entertainment venue and take in a movie. Sounds like fun? It was. And, we should say, we wanted to stay at a prime South Beach location (23rd and Collins) but not pay prime hotel prices. We didn’t care about the “see and be seen” place to be.  Our destination, the Gates South Beach. Read Full Post & Comments »

A Day of Shark Tagging

 

Now here’s something totally different to do in Miami, and “of the place” – a day of shark tagging Miami, working as a “Citizen Scientist” side by side a world renowned shark research team from the Rosenstiel School of Marine Science at the University of Miami (UMP). Read Full Post & Comments »

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