6 days ago

Bored of the same old beer? Try these new local craft brews

726 NE Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale

    Toast the New Year with these new South Florida craft brews
    You'll have to wait until April for these four, new brews. However, Carnival Cruise Line recently hosted an event on its Carnival Vista brewery to announce them. They'll be served at the Guy's Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse/Brewhouse on the Carnival Horizon, based out of Miami.
    http://www.miami.com

Jan 10

Toast the New Year with these new South Florida craft beers

726 NE 2 Ave., Fort Lauderdale

    Toast the New Year with these new South Florida craft brews
    You'll have to wait until April for these four, new brews. However, Carnival Cruise Line recently hosted an event on their Carnival Vista brewery, to announce them. They'll be served at the Guy's Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse/Brewhouse on their next ship, the Carnival Horizon, based out of Miami.
    http://www.miami.com

Dec 29

Fun and free Miami yoga classes to attend for the New Year

Where: Miami Gardens City Hall Courtyard, 18605 NW 27th Ave, Miami Gardens, FL 33056

    Fun and free Miami yoga classes to attend for the New Year | Miami.com
    The new year is coming whether you're ready or not. Make sure you're the latter, by resetting your energy and committing to wellness with these exciting yoga classes in Miami. READ: Drafting your New Year's resolutions? This South Beach hotel wants to help Get a head start on your fitness goals for the new year with this class inspired by Barre and Pilates.
    http://www.miami.com

Dec 13

Where to eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Miami

Where: Graziano’s four locations: 9227 Bird Rd., Miami; 177 SW Seventh St., Miami; 394 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables; 5993 W. 16th Ave., Hialeah

    Where to eat on Christmas and Christmas Eve in Miami
    DÔA's Executive Chef Carlos Estarita's Christmas menu includes Japanese Wagyu, Wagyu tiradito, Gagyu nigiri, grilled and raw oysters, stone crab with ponzu mustard, Japanese Uni Gunkan with Hokkaido and sea urchin and Nehi Toro Maki with fatty tuna, scallions and ponzu.
    http://www.miami.com

Dec 05

Art Basel foodies: Here are 5 hot, new restaurants to try

736 First St., Miami Beach

    Art Basel foodies: Here are 5 hot, new restaurants to try | Miami.com
    Chef Carlos Zheng brings Nikkei cuisine, the food of the Japanese diaspora in Peru, to his new South of Fifth spot, Sakura 736. Zheng hails from Peru where he mastered Peruvian techniques and later studied under the great Japanese master sushi chef Noboru Sanada.
    http://www.miami.com

Nov 28

It’s called Nikkei cuisine and it’s happening now in South Beach

736 First St., Miami Beach

    It's called Nikkei cuisine and it's happening now in South Beach
    Nikkei-style Japanese-Peruvian cuisine. The menu comprises a high-end sushi program, binchotan charcoal robata grill, and omakase (chef's choice) menu. Prices are on par for South Beach with small plates averaging $12 and larger mains in the $20-$30 range.
    http://www.miami.com

Nov 21

‘Tis the season: Your ultimate guide to family-friendly holiday events and activities

Where: Stranahan House, 335 SE Sixth Ave. in Fort Lauderdale.

    'Tis the season: Your ultimate guide to family-friendly holiday events and activities | Miami.com
    Your ultimate guide to a family-friendly holiday season in Miami. Get festive for the holidays with calendar of activities, events and things to do.
    http://www.miami.com

Nov 21

It never stops. Here’s where to party every single day of the week in Miami.

Details: 309 23rd St., Miami Beach; www.villaazurmiami.com

    It never stops. Here's where to party every single day of the week in Miami | Miami.com
    When it comes to partying, Miami doesn't skip a beat. Whether you're looking for a chill Monday night of bowling and beats, or a champagne-drenched Sunday Funday on the beach, you can rest assured that there's something going on in the 305.
    http://www.miami.com

Nov 16

These Miami restaurants are cooking Thanksgiving dinner so you don’t have to

309 23rd St, Miami Beach, FL 305-763-8688

    Which Miami restaurants are serving Thanksgiving dinner in 2017?
    With all the restaurants inside this iconic hotel, there are two with standout Thanksgiving specials. At StripSteak by Michael Mina an elegant dinner awaits. Choose from butternut squash cavatelli or black truffle frisee salad to start, followed by a family style American turkey dinner with rosemary-roasted turkey breast and Beaujolais braised turkey legs with a variety of traditional sides then a unique chocolate pumpkin pie topped with crème fraiche ice cream.
    http://www.miami.com

Oct 24

OCT 27-29: The best concerts and events to attend this weekend

Details: 8 p.m. Saturday at the James L. Knight Center, 400 SE 2nd Ave., Miami; Ticketmaster; $38-$133.

Details: 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; LiveNation.com; $27.50-$42.50. The cast of “So You Think You Can Dance”

    OCT 27-29: The best concerts and events to attend this weekend | Miami.com
    Friday WALLS TOUR KINGS OF LEON Nashville alt-rock band composed of members of the Followill family (brothers Caleb, Nathan and Jared, and cousin Matthew) performs Southern-kissed hits such as "Sex On Fire," "Notion," "Radioactive" and "Use Somebody," plus tracks from its seventh studio album, "WALLS," including "Waste a Moment." L.A.
    http://www.miami.com

Oct 09

The best concerts to attend and other things to do this weekend in October

Details: 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; LiveNation.com; $40.50-$69.50.

    Things to do this weekend in Miami | Miami.com
    Friday MUSIC, ART & TECHNOLOGY III POINTS FESTIVAL Weekend-long music, art and technology experience features a lineup of cutting-edge talent, large-scale art installations and experiential technology. Highlights include a rare live performance by Gorillaz ("Clint Eastwood"), The xx, Richie Hawtin (aka Plastikman), a DJ set by Mark Ronson ("Uptown Funk") and an audio installation by ...
    http://www.miami.com

Oct 02

Events and things to do this weekend in South Florida

Details: 8 p.m. Sunday at the Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; LiveNation.com; $32-$45.

    Events and things to do this weekend in South Florida
    THE PEOPLE'S CHAMPION CITIZEN COPE Socially conscious singer-songwriter, real name Clarence Greenwood, who cites Randy Newman and Bob Marley as major influences, returns to the Culture Room with his eclectic, soulful sound that taps into folk, blues, hip-hop and reggae. Details: 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Culture Room, 3045 N.
    http://www.miami.com

Sep 25

These sports stars are ready to help out with hurricane relief. And you can join them.

3450 NW 83rd Ave., Doral;

    Ray Allen and Big Papi Ortiz host fundraiser for Hurricane Maria victims
    Sports stars are all in for hurricane relief efforts, including former Boston Red Sox All-Star David "Big Papi" Ortiz and Miami Heat champion Ray Allen. This Wednesday the pair will host "Pros Bowl" at KINGS Miami to raise funds for those affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria through the works of UNICEF.
    http://www.miami.com

Sep 14

Doral, others lead relief efforts after Hurricane Irma. Here’s how you can help.

3450 Northwest 83rd Avenue, Doral, FL 33122

3535 NW 83rd Terrace, Miami, FL 33122

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5241 NW 87th Ave., Doral, FL 33178

    Doral, others lead relief efforts after Hurricane Irma. Here's how you can help.
    While the Florida Keys continue to dig out of the destruction wrought by Hurricane Irma, back in Miami-Dade County more than 300,000 Florida Power and Light customers are stuck in insufferable heat. But one city is stepping up its efforts to help hurricane victims in the midst of Irma's aftermath: Doral.
    http://www.miami.com

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