October 13, 2016
October 11, 2016
October 13, 2016
October 11, 2016
If you're passionate about food, award-winning chefs Benjamin Murray of Azul and Diego Oka of La Mar are bringing you the ultimate learning and entertaining experience. Student chefs will have the opportunity to learn new skills and techniques as they create new dishes. Runs through December 9. Mandarin Oriental, 500 Brickell Key Drive, 305-913-8358
Seaspice live is launching dinner and a show live music programming and kicking off the season with Art House Records from eight time Grammy Award-winning producer Julio Reyes Copello and a lineup for September and October featuring Brika on September 30 and October 1, 21, 22. R.LUM.R will be performing on October 7 and 8; Magic City Hippies on October 14 and 15; and Juan Pablo Vega on October 28 and 29. 305-440-4200, 422 NW North River Dr.
All October, National Pasta Month and Spasso is giving you the perfect excuse to yield to all those carb cravings. Indulge in pasta specials from Mondays through Thursdays after 9 p.m. or sign up for a hands-on cooking class featuring lessons on classic dishes such as Carbonara and Cacio e Pepe. Classes includes lunch, wine pairings, and a certificate. $49 dollars per person. Spassio 3540 Highway, Coconut Grove; spassomiami.com
In celebration of the start of fall, Mediterranean hotspot Byblos is unveiling a brand new Taste of Fall menu! All through the month of October, guests can enjoy a bevy of dishes inspired by the season with a specialty menu priced at $55 per person. Each meal will start off with one of the restaurant’s acclaimed cocktails, followed by two mezzes, a main course, a side, and desert. byblosmiami.com
In honor of National Seafood Month, Spasso is celebrating a three-course Italian-style clambake & seafood menu. Expect a real treat for your taste buds with its Gaetano’s signature crab cake, linguini with lobster, and a Venetian-style lemon sorbet clambake every Mondays on the restaurant’s “backyard” outdoor terrace. 3540 Main Hwy, Coconut Grove,FL.
Sunsets are better with food! Come mingle, gossip, or talk business with friends while gazing at the tranquil oceanfront and snacking on delicious Filipino finger foods such as crispy pig ears and more from Pao’s by Paul Qui’s new Sundown Menu. 3201 Collins Ave.
Date night just got a whole lot more delicious and risqué thanks to a three-course meal and cabaret. Enter Faena's dinner and a show, which includes a three course meal at Pao followed by original production ‘C’est Rouge’, a show with bursting flavors of seduction, mystery, and fantasy that will be the perfect side dish to your meal. 3201 Collins Ave., 786-655-5600
Enjoy signature punches by Miami's top bartenders as they face off for a challenge of creativity and taste. Cast your vote to determine the winning bar. $16 in advance $20 at the door. Includes 3 cocktails, one from each bar. 9 p.m. 121 SE 1st St.
Mark your calendars for the first-ever American Chile Week and come celebrate at Perez Art Museum. Catered by STARR Events, the kickoff Sabores De Chile will promote Chilean products and their importation by featuring a menu of dishes such as anticuchos beef tenderlion with aji amarillo aioli, and patacones, cooked with some of Chile’s most delicious indigenous ingredients. 1103 Biscayne Blvd.
The Miami Theater Center’s upcoming show, “Everybody Drinks the Same Water”, is a medieval murder mystery about teenagers of different religions setting out to find who poisoned their city’s water supply. Tickets are $25 and show times vary. October 26-November 20. mtcmiami.org
Take a trip into the fantastical world of Malice in Wonderland as Baoli Miami adds a Halloween twist to their Wednesday night My Boyfriend is Out of Town party. Find Wonderland as you experience characters themed by the classic tale, along with an optional three course dinner pulled from Baoli’s signature menu of Mediterranean inspired Asian dishes. 1906 Collins Ave., 305-674-8822
Saks Fifth Avenue Dadeland is partnering with Baptist Health Foundation in support of the 2016 Key To The Cure campaign. Proceeds will go toward Miami Cancer Institute. saksfifthavenue.com
Starting this October, Nu Deco Ensemble is back at it again for season two of their eccentric rendition of 21st century orchestra. The opening show will take place at Wynwood’s Lightbox. Acts will include music from Adam Schoenberg, Massive Attack, and even the late Prince. 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale Sept. 30, 2016. nu-deco.org
All foodies love buns, but Talde is putting them to the test! Watch five teams of local expert foodies paired with chefs (think Dale Talde, Richard Hales, and Jeff McInnis) go bun to bun in a two minute fierce bao bun eating competition at TALDE at The Confidante hotel hosted by Top Chef alum Dale Talde. Bun and beer specials will be available for all those who come to cheer on the contestants. 7:30 p.m. 4041 Collins Ave.
There’s only one way to start off the Halloween weekend and that is to get jacked! Join the Dutch DJ Afrojack at story for this kickoff Halloween party. Tickets start at $30. RSVP to VIP@Storymiami.com or 305-479-4426 for table reservations.
Visit the elegant hotel for mystical night of mesmerizing acts from fire breathers to contortionist, and live musical performances. Costumes are encouraged. 9 p.m.-2 a.m. 1685 Collins Ave.
Steinway Piano Gallery of Coral Gables will host a double-header performance with award-winning Serbian Pianist Ana Nikolic and eight-year-old rising star Jana Koenig. The program will combine work from Schubert, Liszt, Debussy, Mozart, and Diabelliand and is presented by the International Music Foundation for Highly Gifted Children. 7 p.m. For RSVP, call 305-609-3269 or email email@example.com. 4104 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Nightmare on the Beach is back for its 7th annual premier Halloween charity event and this year it's a Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) party. Enjoy revitalizing music, food from Miami’s top caterers, and an open bar to resurrect your spirits! This event will offer guest a thrilling yet rewarding experience as they help The Little Lighthouse Foundation raise money for children suffering educational, financial, and medical hardships. A free children’s Halloween parade from 1:30-4 p.m. will also take place. Premium tickets starts at $175 and can be purchased here. Lummus Park, Miami Beach
Put on your disguises and get ready for a frightful night at Cantina La Veinte! The evening will be creepier than ever for its festive Halloween Bash. On this eerie night, the restaurant will be hosting a Costume Contest and the top three best dressed (dining guests only) will win a variety of prizes. 8-10 p.m. cantinala20.com
Channel your spirit animal at The Animal Party: Halloween Edition and dance to fierce vibes by Traviswild. 11 p.m. integrations.nightpro.co
October 13, 2016
October 11, 2016