March 25 – April 2, 10am-9:30pm – Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd, Aventura LACOSTE returned for the second consecutive year as an official sponsor and outfitter of the Miami Open Presented by ItaÃº. The French brand continues its Miami Open partnership, dressing the tournament staff in the brandâ€™s signature sporting
March 28 â€“ April 1, 11am-3pm – Smith & Wollensky Miami Steakhouse, 1 Washington Ave, Miami Beach Smith & Wollensky, semi-annual week long wine tasting celebration, offersÂ a tasting flight of 8 premium wines for $25 with the purchase of a lunch entrÃ©e. Enjoy a day time wine tasting, engage with
Tuesday, March 29, 8:30pm – French 27, 850 Commerce Street, Miami Beach Ocean Drive Magazine is hosting a premiere celebration of the March Edition of â€œThe Listâ€ at French 27. VIP guests are invited to enjoyed specialty cocktails courtesy of Grey Goos and indulge in a decadent array of tastings
Tuesday, March 29, 6:30pm-9pm – WeWork, 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beaach Tech Beach has moved to WeWork’s Lincoln Road location, and will be changing up the format of this month’s event to take advantage of WeWork’s awesome setup. On Tuesday, March 29th, in addition to FREE BEER AND APPS, networker
Tuesday, March 29, 4pm-5:30pm – Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel, 2000 NW 19th Street, Boca Raton Join for a ribbon cutting ceremony unveiling the beautifully enhanced Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel to see the redesign and new restaurant concept from a multi-million dollar renovation. Resort tour to follow. Refreshments will be served.
Tuesday, March 29, 11am-2pm – Gold Coast Railroad Museum, 12450 SW 152nd Street, Miami Bring your knitting, crocheting, quilting, embroidering, or even your mending along with the supplies you need to the Gold Coast Railroad Museum so you can Stitch ‘n B*tch.Â We will provide drinks and light appetizers inside one
Tuesday, March 29, 10:30am-1pm – The Westin Colonnade, Merrick Ballroom, 180 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables Miami has been referred to as one of the most economically vulnerable cities on the planet Â with $416 billion in assets at risk for flooding and sea-level rise, in just one of Miami-Dade’s many municipalities.Â