Bowl Wit Me helps single men and women take the first step toward meeting new people by arranging relaxed social get-togethers. Most often held at bowling alleys and sometimes bars and other venues in the city, each meet-up event offers a low-pressure environment to get to know new people, either to strike up a love match or find someone else who loves collecting porcelain dolls. And for those with more serious dating goals in mind, Bowl Wit Me also offers personalized matchmaking services that pair like-minded people together for one-on-one hangouts.
If it lives in the ocean, there's a good chance The Whale Raw Bar and Fish House serves it on its menu. From dolphin to lobster and shrimp to clams the chefs prepare a spread of fresh seafood, including a full raw bar and entrees that come in the form of sandwiches, tacos, and fajitas. The interior of the dining area makes for a fitting accomplice to the menu's selection, with lobster and crab traps on display and a stuffed orca whale suspended from the ceiling. Outside, patio dining enhances meals with lakeside breezes.
Wattland II initiates young equestrians into the world of horseback riding with private lessons and camps. Private learners saddle up for a one-hour trot around the riding ring and trail where they’ll take in views of the surrounding stables and pastures. Greeting sessions foster snout-to-snout time as patrons pat and feed majestic steeds and instructors teach secrets about how to care for horses and teach them the finer points of trigonometry. Kids seeking to improve human-equine relations can attend day camps, which combine saddle time with crafts and games. Half-day camps also include snacks, so kids can sate their thirst for knowledge while appeasing their hunger for something more edible.
Led by professional makeup artist Denisse Solis, Miami Beauty Events are a recurring makeup clinics where beauty experts share their industry tips. Seminars teach women how to accentuate their natural features and care for their skin type. Raffles award cosmetics to those who can blindly taste the difference between green and pink eye shadows, and attendees can also purchase the products they discover.