White cabanas. Bamboo gazebos. Sparking waterfalls. At Solare Garden, guests enjoy tropical environs without boarding a commercial plane or commandeering a hovercraft caught in the trade winds. Each of its eight event spaces includes amenities for a large group and flaunts a slightly different tropical aesthetic. Solare Isle, an outdoor space, includes sanded areas and lush landscaping, whereas the covered Tiki Pavilion features an adjacent bar and light-up waterfall. But whether guests flock to the Isle's sandy stretches or the Coliseum's glowing nightclub dance floor, there's ample space for them to enjoy a party. Receptions, corporate gatherings, and weddings are all warmly welcomed by the Solare staff.
At China-Town, you can experience a Chinese restaurant that has a delicious menu in a familiar atmosphere. The good quality, set in a familiar atmosphere, will have you coming back for more.
There's not really a recommended attire, so feel free to dress comfortably. Also, it's often reported that the background noise can get a little loud here.
With healthy items on the menu, there really is something for every preference and it's been tabbed by the locals as a really solid option for large groups. In addition to its quick service (take-out is available), the restaurant also offers delivery, and can even cater an event for you.
When you add it all up, a trip to China-Town is definitely worthwhile.
The Event Depot's team will do anything to take a party to the next level—they'll even build a snow-covered mountain in the host's backyard. Their snow services transform pockets of Miami into winter wonderlands, converting yards into snowy peaks for sledding or building full-fledged ice-skating arenas.
They also furnish parties with less frosty accessories. Kids frolic in bounce houses and inflatables, and waterslides and dunk tanks keep parties wet and wild. Hosts can even rent the company's indoor and outdoor party venues, saving them the hassle of post-party clean-up and dropping leftover balloon animals off at the pound.
By giving her daughter a one-of-a-kind birthday party, Inabella's Sweet Events owner Andreina Capdevila gave herself something even more important: a new career path. Andreina, a mother of two, began learning pastry and baking techniques to create homemade treats for her daughter's birthday, and after her creations became a hit, she went on to found Inabella's Sweet Events, which she lovingly named after her daughter.
Seven days a week, the skilled pastry chef blends fresh ingredients to create her cake pops, then decorates each pop to complement any requested color scheme or theme, such as Hello Kitty or pirates in period-piece Victorian swimwear. Clients choose from a variety of cake flavors—including french vanilla, triple chocolate, dulce de leche, and fruit-infused strawberry—before Andreina dips the hand-formed balls in melted chocolate and tops them with Rice Krispies treats, chocolate chips, and sugar crystals. Each batch of petite treats is handcrafted the morning of delivery to ensure optimum freshness.
Fresh fare can be found at Hialeah's Key West Seafood, where guests seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu.
When you're ready to pig out, Key West Seafood is ready to serve you the scrumptious food you're craving.
Forget the stuffy formal wear! Key West Seafood's business casual dress code sets the tone for ease and enjoyment.
Catering services are also available.
Parking has never been easier at Key West Seafood, a restaurant located near a variety of parking selections.
No matter what you choose off the menu at Key West Seafood, you won't completely break the bank with prices averaging around $30.
Gerardo and Sabrina Seferlis, owners of Gerardo’s Marketplace, ensure that its bakery cases teem with freshly made bread and the salad bar and market shelves stay full of local, organic, and seasonal fare. The former manager of a gourmet marketplace in the same location, Gerardo decided to reopen the market himself after it closed, because "I knew all my customers and they're the ones that needed what I had to offer." Since 1998, the store’s deli counter has given personalized attention to customers and any confused club sandwiches that wander in.