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Join this heart-warming event at Jungle Island that includes food, games, music, magicians, and animal encounters that all go to benefit 500 undeserved children and teens. Throughout the month, you can drop off toys and gifts at 26 different Sprint stores throughout South Florida. You can also “Sponsor a Child” for $25, which will provide each child with transportation to Jungle Island for the fun event. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Click here for information on how to donate. 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail.
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
The new-style Japanese restaurant, Kuro, will host the “James Bears Culinary Mix” dinner where you can meet multiple James Beard Award winners and Ted Allen from Chopped. Indulge in a five-course dinner, created by none other than Marcus Samuelsson, a James Beard Award winner! Following the dinner, there will be a Q&A with the chefs and a chance to meet and greet Allen and Samuelsson. Tickets are $175-$250 here. 1300 Biscayne Blvd.
The T.J. Martell Foundation will honor Emilio and Gloria Estefan with the lifetime achievement award at their annual cancer fundraiser. The afternoon also includes performances by Emily Estefan and Diego Torres, and will be hosted by iHeartRadio host Enrique Santos. The event begins at 1 p.m. 4525 Collins Ave., 646-841-1394; tjmartell.org
Join Tom Colicchio for a Garden Party from 7-8 p.m. featuring a complimentary cocktail to kick off the evening. Starting at 8 p.m., Colicchio will be in the kitchen to debut Beachcraft's latest seasonal menu creations, crafted with a focus on "feel good" ingredients that are locally sourced and inspired by the seasonal need for fresh dishes and winter comfort foods, Miami-style. New dishes include snapper with tomatillo and Wagyu steak with potato puree. Beachcraft at 1 Hotel South Beach
Jackson Health Foundation is celebrating 25 years with a party at SOHO Studios starting at 7 p.m. Those who can’t attend are encouraged to purchase a birthday gift for a good cause. 2136 NW First Ave.; jhf25.com
Refresh your New Year resolutions with a Retox Escape at EAST Miami. Lauren Imparato, author of the #1 international bestseller, RETOX, is hosting a full day retreat with yoga sessions, meditation, lunch at Quinto La Huella, and insightful lectures. The hotel is offering a special room rate of as low as $289 for the eventful weekend. Purchase tickets here. 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami
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
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
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
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.
If you couldn't get to Art Miami during Art Basel madness (and traffic), sister-fair Art Wynwood is giving art aficionados a five-day show this President's Day weekend, bringing contemporary and modern art on display to the same tent where Art Miami takes place. It will also highlight legendary street artist, Shepard Fairey. February 16-20. Purchase tickets at firstname.lastname@example.org. 3101 NE 1st Ave, Miami
Is there anything more romantic than Flo Rida coming back to his hometown for a one-of-a-kind performance at the Fontainebleau for a Valentine's Day jam? Maybe singing-along to his worldwide chart-topping singles like “My House” and “Whistle,” while dancing poolside, and following that up with dinner at Scarpetta or Stripsteak. Tickets include a two-hour open bar and discounted valet parking. Purchase tickets here. 441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
January 11, 2017
January 11, 2017