The culinary history of Miami is a reflection of its cultureâ€“spicy, vibrant and diverse. And though delectable seafood has always been a staple in South Florida, influences from Latin and Caribbean nations brought zest to the cityâ€™s world-renowned cuisine. Even the orange, the stateâ€™s most popular fruit, migrated from another country. Join local food author Mandy Baca as she recounts the delicious history of Miamiâ€™s delicacies from the Tequesta Indians to the present-day local food revolution.
Thursday, March 12, 5:30pm-8:30pm – Keller Williams, 700 NE 90 St, Miami This is Keller Williams Miami annual time to show appreciation to the realtor community by throwing a BIG Bash-a night full of food, music & FUN-FREE! Come mingle with your fellow realtors from companies ALL over South Florida, and let’s share some laughs […]
Wednesday, November 9, 6pm-12am – Tobacco Road, 828 South Miami Ave, Miami Educate Tomorrow is the featured charityÂ at Tobacco Road’s Ladies’ Night! Ladies enjoy $1 drafts and drinks for charity with Ketal One Vodka, Cuervo Tequila, and Captain Morgan Rum. Proceeds from Ladies’ Night Drinks are for the benefit of Educate Tomorrow. For more information […]
Wednesday, December 25, 6pm-2am – Brother Jimmy’s BBQ,Â 900 S Miami Avenue, Ste 135, Miami Brickell Tisâ€™ the season to sing and be tacky! It’s time to bring out the ugly Christmas sweaters to celebrate the holiday season. So clean out those closets or hit up your neighborhood goodwill and find the most atrocious outfit you […]