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  • Vitamin C Communications
    Down a dark alley off 14th Court, a stark red light barely illuminates an innocuous looking doorway. But it's not just the perfect hiding spot for tomato ninjas, it's the entrance to the Foxhole Bar, the first stop on a whirlwind tour of Miami bars and breweries. Past that dark entry waits a speakeasy-style lounge and a complimentary brew to start the night. Up next is Wynwood Brewing Company, which fits right into the arts district with three anchor craft brews, one of which will be set before tour members for sampling. The final stop on the tour is the Titanic Restaurant and Brewery, a gastropub that crafts its own beer behind the bar. The Hops Tour is also making plans to incorporate M.I.A. Brewing into their explorations.
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    1111 Parrot Jungle Trail
    Miami, FL US
  • Jungle Island
    Jungle Island White sand beaches, cerulean waters, and towering palms make Watson Island feel like a tropical paradise—complete with a leopard lurking in the undergrowth. Luckily, this jungle cat is safely within the confines of the Jungle Island, which has inhabited the isle for more than a decade. And yet the story of this themed park, which houses everything from exotic birds and primates to rare plants and trees, began more than 75 years ago. The Background In 1936, Franz Scherr established an aviary where the exotic birds could soar uncaged, giving his South Miami park the apt name of Parrot Jungle. In the following decades, the aviary hosted some noteworthy occupants, such as Pinky—a high-wire bicycle-riding cockatoo—and several pink flamingos that appeared in the opening credits of Miami Vice. When the zoo's current owners purchased the company in 1988, they introduced new mammals and reptiles—but when Hurricane Andrew struck in 1992, they were forced to relocate. They settled on Watson Island, and in 2003, finished construction of the animal habitats and 18 acres of tropical gardens, renaming the park Jungle Island. The Highlights Hundreds of animals and plants from around the world call Jungle Island home. Naturalistic habitats contain mammals such as orangutans and a liger; reptiles such as American alligators and pythons; and birds such as African penguins and emus. The gardens house rare plants including cycads and African sausage trees. More than 1.35 miles of covered walking trails wind among the exhibits. Many of these animals feature in daily demonstrations. In Winged Wonders, handlers showcase the antics of colorful parrots, the flight of vultures, and the resident 6-foot cassowary's ability to eat an apple whole. Tale of the Tiger explores the behavior of rare big cats, including four species of tigers. Alternatively, in-depth tours and encounters may bring guests face-to-face with popular primates, or deep into the Serpentarium to feed an alligator in its enclosure and ponder whether snakes could possibly wear neckties.
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    1111 Parrot Jungle Trail
    Miami, FL US
  • Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival
    In the years since it was founded, the Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE has grown into a four-day destination event featuring some of television's best-known chefs and eaters. Benefiting Florida International University, the lineup always offers tons of educational seminars, tastings, demos, and dinners—and this year is no different. From February 19 through 22, the beach sizzles with celebrities such as Anne Burrell, Bobby Deen, Rachael Ray, and Robert Irvine.
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    1111 Parrot Jungle Trl.
    Miami, FL US
  • Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival
    In the years since it was founded, the Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE has grown into a four-day destination event featuring some of television's best-known chefs and eaters. Benefiting Florida International University, the lineup always offers tons of educational seminars, tastings, demos, and dinners?and this year is no different. From February 19 through 22, the beach sizzles with celebrities such as Anne Burrell, Bobby Deen, Rachael Ray, and Robert Irvine.
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    1111 Parrot Jungle Trail
    Miami, FL US
  • The Local Panini and Flat Bar
    One of the most-visited Mediterranean restaurants in Miami Beach, The Local Panini and Flat Bar features a delightful menu. The nice atmosphere and great menu options allow guests to focus on what matters: the quality. There's no particular required attire, so feel free to dress comfortably. If you're searching for the perfect spot for a family gathering, it's been reviewed as a great local option for big groups and families with kids. If you don't feel like driving over to Bay, placing a delivery order is an option. Or, if you're looking for the perfect spot to unwind after work, it's got a phenomenal happy hour and a pretty broad selection behind the bar. A favorite in West Avenue, The Local Panini and Flat Bar is a solid choice when you're in the mood for Latin cuisine, and want to break away from the boring ol' Mexican fare.
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    1500 Bay Road
    Miami Beach, FL US
  • miami beach paddleboards
    Gliding across the glassy surface of the ocean is fantasy-turned-reality at Miami Beach Paddleboard. Beachgoers stand astride paddleboards and propel themselves with the accompanying oar to get an unmatched view of both water and shore. The shop's newest boards are 10 pounds lighter than the average paddleboard, which makes for easier movement and leaves room for boarders to stow their bowling balls. Those looking for an added challenge, meanwhile, can board a pontoon boat for paddleboard yoga. After arriving at a scenic locale, they'll take to the water to breathe through yoga poses while surrounded by undulating waves and brilliant views.
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    1416 18 St
    Miami Beach, FL US

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