High end Mexico City French restaurant Gloutonnerie debuts Wednesday, taking over the space that was vacated by Au Pied de Cochon. The almost $50,000 a month space has been totally renovated, which is an insane notion considering the Au Pied peeps spent a pretty penny on something that could barely make it out of the pen.Â Blending an incredible combination of “a touch of Mediterranean with a cozy Mexican vibe”, the menu will go for glutton, hence the name, with such dishes as steak tartare and beef cheek stew. There’s a reason they named the restaurant “Gluttony,” which actually does sound less offensive in French. Similar to their neighbor Estiatorio Milos, Gloutonnerie will have an in-house market to tempt the wealthy to take home a terrine of foie gras or a spread of charcuterie for a late night snack. Between this and lofty Greek restaurant Milos across the street, that’s one pricey corner of restaurant real estate.
Tuesday, June 14, 9pm – Delano Hotel, 1685 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Mixon by Anna Mixon fashion presentation at Delano Hotel featured performance by Ess & Emm, style lounge by Aveda, and complimentary cocktails by Grey Goose. Posted by SoFlaNights.com on Thursday, June 16, 2011 0
Saturday, September 17, 11am-1pm -Â Books & Books,Â 265 Aragon, Coral Gables The public is invited to a party to officially kick-off HeroBoys, a collection of new superheroes and comic book series that aim to empower young boys. The event includes raffles, giveaways and story time reading of the comics. Kickstarer Supporters – RSVP and you can […]
Thursday, May 17, 7pm-10pm – Cafeina Wynwood, 297 NW 23rd Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District Miami’s industry notables gathered at Cafeina Wynwood, a resto-lounge and gallery by entrepreneur Ivette Naranjo, for an exclusive preview night of the newly remodeled space and its new weekly programming Piano Bar Thursdays. A pioneer in nightlife known for being the […]