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K Ramen. Burger. Beer., sbe’s newest late night eatery hidden away in the basement of Townhouse Hotel, is pleased to announce a weekly Ladies Night, celebrating the glory of being a girl! Every Wednesday, from 10 p.m.-midnight, ladies can relax with complimentary Absolut Vodka cocktails (and the mixer of her choice). Sounds like a good excuse for #GNO! sbe.com
Join South America’s most celebrated chef, Francis Mallmann, for an evening under the stars at the Faena Hotel’s exclusive experience, Tree of Life. Enjoy a wine tasting accompanied by a special reading of the chef’s favorite poetry and a talk on his book, Mallmann of Fire. Every guest will receive a signed copy of his book. Event begins at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $175 here.
Chef Jose Mendin is up next at Faena's monthly Chef Collective series. The theme? “Food of the Islands” celebration. Think island-style culinary collaboration between Chef Paul Qui of Pao and chef Jose Menin. Purchase tickets here. 3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Mark Soyka's new farm-to-table eatery, Café Roval, has teamed up with local vegan chef, Pamela Wasabi, for a six-course, vegan and gluten-free garden dinner party. Enjoy delicious dishes like lemon polenta with rosemary, tomato, and watercress and a creamy avocado bisque. To purchase a ticket, call 786-953-7850, 5808 NE 4th Court, Miami
Enjoy two days and nights of fashion and fun at the W Fort Lauderdale. Expect fashion shows, like a runway presentation for Nicole Miller’s 2017 Collection hosted by Rachel Zoe at the WET Deck, style summits, and speaking panels. Once the sun sets, VIP parties and New York inspired nightlife events will come to rise. January 26-29. Visit here for tickets and mention the rate code “LBPKG” for a discount. 401 N Ft. Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
It's truffle season! Executive chef of Thyme Fritz Zwahlen is putting this season’s freshly harvested Oregon truffle to good use by cooking up an Italian-inspired, five-course dinner. Enjoy green and white asparagus and lamb cutlet. What's better than a truffle dinner? One paired with wines by a surprise guest sommelier. Purchase tickets by calling 305-514-7333. 6801 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
The Raleigh will debut “Live at The Raleigh,” featuring live musical performances from Millionyoung, Hunters of the Alps, Korea, and more. Every Thursday starting January 26, guests can enjoy $10 Ketel One cocktails and an extended Happy Hour menu. 7-11 p.m. 1775 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
The Raleigh will debut, “Live at The Raleigh” featuring live musical performances every Thursday. Experience the rhythm of The Raleigh as local and national musicians like Millionyoung, Hunters of the Alps, and Korea take over the hotel’s upper lobby. From 7-11 p.m., guests can enjoy $10 Ketel One cocktails. The Raleigh's Happy Hour menu will be extended featuring $2 oysters, $5 sliders and $10 truffle fries. Complimentary access. raleighhotel.com
Fashionistas rejoice as W Miami launches a monthly Fashion Mixtape series that highlights up-and-coming designers and includes a pop-up shop. The installment takes place at the Whisper Cocktail Lounge, where at 50 floors above ground, guests have an incredible view of Brickell and Biscayne Bay. The first installment will feature the playful, light-up sneaker brand, VASE. RSVP by emailing RSVP@workshopcollective.com. 485 Brickell Ave.
Enjoy a fairytale, ice-kissed evening in celebration of the marvelous dancers of Miami City Ballet, and the world premiere commission of Alexei Ratmansky's The Fairy's Kiss. The event will have the distinction of being the first ever gala hosted at the Faena Forum, with proceeds benefiting Miami City Ballet’s work both onstage and in the community. For ticketing information, call 305-929-7000 x1400. Faena Forum, 33rd and Collins Ave., Miami Beach; miamicityballet.org
Miami New Drama presents the American premier of Terror, a drama where the audience serves as jurors determining the fate of a pilot who shot down a hijacked commercial flight. The play is directed by two-time Tony Award-winner Gregory Mosher, with artistic direction from co-founder Michal Huasmann and will run from January 28 to February 19 . Tickets are $30-$55. Colony Theatre 1040 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach; colonymb.org
The inaugural $12 Million Pegasus World Cup Invitational is the world’s richest Thoroughbred horse race, surpassing the $10 million Dubai World Cup. Tickets are on sale now or tune in live on NBC from 4:30-6:30 p.m. pegasusworldcup.com
Four words: Burning Man-themed party. It all starts with a morning yoga class, rooftop VIP brunch, art installations, bubbles by Perrier-Jouet, and Aboslut Elyx libations. Come dressed in your Burning-Man best! Buy tickets here. 1775 Collins Ave.
Join the multi-sensory concert event that pairs chamber music with a culinary experience. “La Belle Epoque” will feature music by flautist Nadine Asin, violist Chauncey Patterson and harpist Karen Lindquist. The music will be paired with wines by Barton & Guestier and bites by Semilla Eatery & Bar. 7:30 p.m. 194 NW 30th St.
Is there anything better than a five-course pizza and burger meal where you get to vote on which beer pairs best with each course? Only when said beers are local from Concrete Beach and M.I.A. Beer Co. Besides burger and pizza, the menu also includes loaded potato skins, fish tacos, and smoked BBQ ribs. Dinner begins at 8 p.m. RSVP by calling 305-674-4636. 441 Collins Ave.
Join one of the music industry’s most distinctive voices, Rick Astley, as he performs his chart-topping hits like “Never Gonna Give You Up” and hit songs from his latest #1 album, 50. Buy tickets here. 1300 Biscayne Blvd.
Buen Provecho Miami! brings together local, renowned chefs, each preparing Latin-themed dishes, to create a fantastic meal and experience. Courses are paired with wine, there will be opportunity to meet the chefs, and a silent auction. ucpsouthflorida.org
Enjoy a performance by the person TIME magazine named one of the most fun people in show business. Alan Cumming returns to the stage for his widely popular cabaret show. Buy tickets here. 1300 Biscayne Blvd.
Join two giant names in the music industry, Bruno del Granda, the man behind Miami’s CAA, and producer Arthur Baker, known for his work with New Order and Afrika Bambaataa, as they discuss discovering new talent, artist development, and what it takes to make it big. The conversation will be moderated by 2015 YoungArts Winner in Voice, Victoria Canal. 6:30 p.m cocktails and 7 p.m Salon Talk. Tickets are $10. 2100 Biscayne Blvd.
Already missing Art Basel? Not to worry. Presented by Art Miami, The Art Wynwood Pavilion is a five-day show that will showcase contemporary and modern art. In the same location as Art Miami in Midtown Miami, this is the perfect way to spend Presidents Day Weekend. 11 a.m.- 6p.m. February 16-20. Tickets are on sale at email@example.com.
January 11, 2017
January 11, 2017