Brickell City Centre has announced the opening of the Brickell City Centre Farmers Market – a partnership between Swire Properties Inc, the developer of the 5.4 million square-foot project, and Claire Tomlin’s The Market Company - which will run every Sunday starting April 17.
The Market will feature conventional and organically grown produce as well as a variety of cheeses, breads and prepared foods. Zak the Baker bread, local honey, orchids, fruit smoothies, Argentinian empanadas, artisanal olive oil and herb plants round out the growing list.
The farmers market will run every Sunday from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. along the landscaped pathway that runs between Seventh Street and Eighth Street, directly underneath Miami’s Metromover track.
New series of tasting events and bar menu pairings at The Traymore Restaurant and Bar at Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach:
“Ladies and Gintlemen” – every Thursday between 7:00pm and 10:00pm. In addition to a selection of any gin for $9, this evening offers guests a series of gin tastings, craft gin specials and specialty flights for $20 each
Gin Bar Social Hour at The Traymore Gin Bar. Each day, between 5:00pm and 7:00pm and later in the evening between 10:00pm and 11:00pm, gin and tonic specials for $6, house liquors or select wines for $8, and Specialty Cocktails, such as the Traymore 1939 or Collins Park, for $10 each. Half price bar bites include Conch Fritters ($6), Oyster Vodka Batter “Po Boy” Slider ($6), Chicken Croquettes with Piquillo Pepper Sauce ($4) and Cuban Sandwich ($5). Domestic and imported beers are priced at $5 each for the duration of each social hour at The Traymore Gin Bar.
“Oysters and Champagne” every Saturday from 7:00pm to 9:00pm, for local ladies and female guests of the hotel with free unlimited Pommery Brut Royal Champagne for the entire two-hour duration and all oysters for $2 each
The Traymore Restaurant and Bar at Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach is located at 2445 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140. Reservations can be made by calling 305-695-3600, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or via Open Table www.comohotels.com/metropolitanmiamibeach
The Miami International Boat Show is back from Feb. 11 through Feb. 15, 2016 with a new look, a new home at the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin in Virginia Key (across from the Miami Seaquarium), and with new dining and entertainment options positioned throughout the show with prices ranging from $7 - $26.
Among the11 restaurants and bars spread across the venue:
- Waterside Cafe - Upscale dining with views of the bay
- Zignum Lounge - Sip on chilled tequila at this waterfront tequila bar with delicious seafood options including Spicy Tuna Rolls, Oysters, and Alaskan Crab
- Biscayne Bay Cafe - Located on the in-water docks, this cafe has lighter fare such as Salads, Prosciutto and Melon, Sushi Rolls, and Shrimp Cocktails
- Havana Club & Cigar Bar - Classic Cuban fare with a modern twist, featuring Frita Sliders, Cuban Sandwich, and Ceviche. Plus an exclusive cigar bar with bay-front views
- Roasted Pig - Savor a selection of tasty BBQ piled high in sandwiches or served alone with tasty sides. Options include Brisket, Ribs, Burgers, Pulled Pork and Grilled Tuna. Pairings include Coleslaw, Fries, Mashed Potatoes, Corn on the Cob
- Beer Garden - Enjoy a cold beer and classic pub fare like Seared Pork Belly Sliders, Wings, Sausage, Bratwurst, Salads, and Churrasco Skewers
- Kids Corner - Little ones will be happy happy with kid-friendly cuisine including Build Your Own Pizza, a Fro-Yo station, and more
- Concessions Stands - Grab-and-go options located throughout the show, featuring classics like Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Pizzas, Wraps, and Nachos
- Rusty Pelican and Whiskey Joe’s will remain open for sit-down, on-water dining experiences
The Miami International Boat Show, 3501 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin, Virginia Key , across from the Miami Seaquarium
The Setai, Miami Beach is serving up a special Dominique Ansel pop-up experience during Art Basel
from Wednesday, December 2nd to Thursday, December 3rd (or until sold out) from 12pm-12am.
Chef Dominique Ansel has created two delicious flavors for his inaugural Miami pop-up; both super creamy, made with fresh milk and served in a homemade, hand-rolled honey tuile cone: Caramel Stout Soft Serve with Chocolate “Caviar” and Sea Salt Brownie; and Burrata Soft Serve with Balsamic Caramel, Confit Strawberry & Microbasil. Each cone retails for $7.00.
The Setai is located at 2001 Collins Avenue, entrance at the corner of Collins and 21st Street.
The Chef/Owner of the celebrated Dominique Ansel Bakery and Dominique Ansel Kitchen, in New York City; Dominique Ansel Bakery Japan in Tokyo’s Omotesando neighborhood and U.P. (short for “Unlimited Possibilities”), an after-hours tasting table hidden within the 2nd floor of the West Village Kitchen shop, is also the inventor of the Cronut®, a croissant and doughnut hybrid that TIME magazine named one of the “Best Inventions of 2013.” In 2013, Chef Dominique was named one of Business Insider’s “Most Innovative People Under 40,” and Daily Mail UK called him the “most fêted pastry chef in the world.”
In 2014, Chef Dominique was awarded the James Beard Award for “Outstanding Pastry Chef” in the nation, and in the same year was also named one of Crain’s “40 Under 40” and Vanity Fair France's “50 Most Influential French in the World.” Most recently in June 2015, Chef Dominique was bestowed the prestigious Ordre du Mérite Agricole award, one of the highest honors in France, for his dedicated to promotion French cuisine and culture.
For more information, visit www.dominiqueansel.com and www.dominiqueanselkitchen.com