There’s plenty to do in Miami even if you aren’t checking out the South Beach Wine and Food Festival. Check out Miss A’s top picks…
Friday, February 22
Occupying the old Por Fin spot in Coral Gables, comes the newest go-to tapas restaurant, Bulla Gastrobar. Taking a nod from the traditional Spanish tavernas, this rustic Coral Gables restaurant features a long marble bar that is designed to be the center of attraction serving up classic Spanish dishes such as Tortilla Espanola, Patas Bravas, and Croquettas along with plenty of sangria to go around. Ole!
WHEN: Open daily. Monday-Thursday, Sunday: Noon – 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday: Noon – midnight
2500 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Saturday, February 23
Tobacco Road’s 2nd Annual Tomato Tomatina Festival
No need to travel to Spain for La Tomatina Tomato Fight Festival; Miami’s Oldest Bar, Tobacco Road is bringing it back to Brickell for a second year. On Saturday, February 23, a truck delivering 25,000 tomatoes ripe for flying through the air will arrive at Tobacco Road for an afternoon of tomato throwing, ducking and diving. For those unwilling to get sauced, a safety zone will be set up for spectators to enjoy all the action along with food and drinks specials and live music.
WHEN: Saturday, February 23 at noon
626 S. Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33131
TICKETS: Participants: $20, Spectators: free
Sunday, February 24
Pavan Culinary Pop Up
Wrap up your weekend at a the Pavan mobile cocktail party. Taking over a large decked out bus in Wynwood, guests can relax and enjoy dishes prepared by Chef Michael Shikany, drinks provided by Pavan Liquer, and music by Nouvelle Vague. Sunday Funday, indeed.
WHEN: Sunday, February 24 from noon – 6 p.m.
251 NW 25th Street
Miami, FL 33127