Beer, Wine & Spirits in Design District, Miami


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  • Eats & Beats
    "Imagine a perfect showcase of local culinary artistry paired with premium wines and spirits, minus the velvet rope." For the producers of Eats & Beats, this is their vision. For the participants of Eats & Beats, this will be their experience. The food, drink, and music event, which is part of the Food and Wine Week, takes over four floors of The Moore Building in the heart of the Design District. Here, ticket-holders drift from floor to floor and table to table sampling signature dishes including barbecue, tacos, and sushi from local restaurants such as Pride and Joy, Red: The Steakhouse, Meat Market, City Hall: The Restaurant, and Nikki Beach. They can pair bites with libations courtesy of Jack Daniels Honey, Chambord Vodka, and Hierbas Ibicencas, and end their meals with cake, cookies, chocolate cake, and other delicacies from the dessert lounge. As evidenced by the name of the event, the culinary experience will be enhanced with live beats curated by DJ Irie, the official DJ of the Miami Heat.
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    4040 NE Second Ave.
    Miami, FL US
  • Emi Guerra & Partners Marketing
    Eats & Beats opens up Miami's world of local food paired with premium sprits and music to the public in a more casual, festival setting. A collection of local DJs and bands will keep people partying well into the evening. Meanwhile, restaurants such as Red the Steakhouse, City Hall the Restaurant, and Brother Jimmy's Barbecue sling a huge variety of decadent eats to fuel al fresco dancing. Eat & Beats seamlessly brings together a unique blend of three worlds with some of the best food, spirits, and music that Miami has to offer. See a video of last year's event here.
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    4040 Northeast 2nd Avenue
    Miami, FL US
  • Bricktoberfest
    The first ever Bricktoberfest launches an annual celebration of live music and craft beer in the Brickell neighborhood. From afternoon until night, 10th Street reverberates with tunes from live bands, and fills with vendors serving food from local restaurants and pouring more than 75 craft beers. For an hour before the event, VIP visitors gather for an advance tasting of the festival's beers—which include brews from Shipyard, Magners, Cigar City, Due South, and Stella. At the end of the evening, a party at Fado Irish Pub keeps attendees grooving with DJ-provided beats and beer competitions, such as a race to see who can drink their beer the most carefully and responsibly.
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    170 NE 38th St.
    Miami, FL US
  • Buena Vista Chocolate & Wine
    Claude Postel was so eager to get into the culinary industry that he dropped out of school at 15 to do so. The native Frenchman became the seventh generation of his family to follow this path, and more than 40 years later it's proven to be a wise decision. His Buena Vista brand has found success in several iterations, including the Buena Vista Bistro and Buena Vista Chocolate & Wine, a cozy shop where patrons can pick up gourmet chocolates, rare wines, and anything else that's not too heavy to lift. Perhaps the shop's most popular sweets, though, are the 1?9 assortment, a mix of milk and dark chocolates filled with everything from hazelnuts to lime ganache. Other chocolate creations, meanwhile, infuse bold flavors such as violet and curry.
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    4512 NE 2nd Ave.
    Miami, FL US
  • St. Patrick’s Day Crawl by Keep Crawling
    When it comes to bar crawls, Keep Crawling doesn't quit. Year-round, the team hosts festive, bar-hopping events that explore South Florida's best nightlife. For Halloween, there's a zombie-themed crawl, and a Mardi Gras-themed crawl honors Fat Tuesday. There's even a singles-friendly crawl for Valentine's Day, with the theme "Stupid Cupid"?which can be tongue-in-cheek or not, depending on your mood.
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    190 Northeast 46th Street
    Miami, FL US
  • Grovetoberfest
    The Kitchen Hop answers an age-old question: how can you go to eight restaurants in a row without getting full? The answer, as the event deliciously demonstrates, is sample-sized dishes. Travelers pick up one or two from each of the participating restaurants' kitchens, greeting top Miami chefs and sneaking leftovers into their back pockets along the way. The exact restaurant list changes with each event, but past partner kitchens have included Oceanaire Seafood Room, Morton's Steakhouse, and Seasons 52.
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    HYDE Midtown
    Miami, FL US

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