Our Spring expedition includes some of the
finest South Beach restaurants and clubs in town...
Hakkasan / 4441 Collins Avenue / Dim sum may be a tough
sell in the early morning hours when coffee and cake
seems best suited to early risers, but tender Chinese
dumplings, tea-smoked meats and stir-fried beans make
a mighty fine brunch after noon at the Fontainebleau's
elegant eatery where the Miami Spice menu offers a belly
full of the restaurants best bites for a very reasonable
$22 per person. Valet parking validated with your check.
MAM - Miami Art Museum / 101 West Flagler Street / Cocktail
hours get classy at this Downtown museum where Ana Mendez
performs a modern dance with Aja Albertson called "Waking
Spell" at the Afterhours program starting at 6pm. Musical
guests Richard Vergez and Federico Nessi accompany the
For Evening Action...
Mokai/ 235 23 Street / In the unlikely event you've
forgotten about the recent rehabilitation of this Collins
Park nightspot, Mokai is joining the current ranks of
hipster burlesque houses with its own rendition of the
steamy "De Wallen Rouge," an Amsterdam red-light district
inspired show with DJs Konflikt and Rascal spinning
while contortionists and kinky dancers strive to entertain
the jaded SoBe crowd.