From whimsical to practical, Turcios Party Rental supplies party hosts with all the trappings for a successful bash. This includes Spongebob or Tinker Bell bounce houses, water slides, and snow-cone or cotton-candy machines. But it also encompasses tents, tables, and chairs, as well as table cloths, balloons, and other decorations.
Back in 2005, Al Carbon became a part of Miami’s restaurant scene. Serving great burgers, hot dogs and salads, Al Carbon quickly made an impression. They have skirt steak too, and an extensive starter menu that features delicious foods to munch on while the main course is being prepared. In addition to their fine appetizers and fantastic, unique burgers, Al Carbon has some great desserts and an extensive wine and beer bar! Perhaps just as impressive as the food, Al Carbon’s décor is memorable and colorful with modern art and decorations. The World Cup Series is quite an event too with large televisions catching every moment and strings of flags hanging from the ceiling, showing support for all teams. A great place to eat and a great ambiance are hard to find, so if you like Latin American foods, try Al Carbon!
Thanks to a generous $35 million donation, the Miami Art Museum is now called the Perez Art Museum Miami, and has a shiny new home to match the label change. The Museum serves as the anchor to new 29-acre Museum Park, which overlooks glimmering Biscayne Bay. The updated digs were designed by Pritzker-Prize winning architects Herzog & de Meuron and are dedicated to international art of the 20th and 21st centuries, laid out across three stories. At more than triple the floor space of their previous home, the Perez is modern and contemporary, housing more than 1,300 works across a range of media. There is also Verde, a lovely waterfront restaurant and bar, where the menu is locally-inspired and created with seasonal ingredients.
The bakers at Mmmm…. Cupcakes whip up artfully decorated handheld treats in a scrumptious spectrum of traditional, gluten-free, and vegan varieties. Utilizing 30% less sugar and a full line of organic ingredients, the bakers craft cakes ranging from full-sized desserts to easily weaponized cupcake push-pops. All baking is done in the shop’s kosher-certified kitchen, allowing customers of all ilks to chomp into freshly baked bites of Butterfinger, cran-orange, or guava con queso cupcakes. Bakers also teach the basic skills of custom cupcakery in one-hour lessons, in which students learn how to decorate and devour cupcakes tastier than a fresh-baked vending machine.