Who says not to drink and shop? Why shouldn't we enjoy a liquid breakfast? Cafeina and Supermarket Creative understand our feminine needs. They're launching Brunch N' Bazaar this Sunday, because they know there's no better way ease the hangover than boozing and buying with the girls.
According to Wynwood resident and Supermarket Creative Co-founder Michelle Leshem, they plan on showing "art and commerce at its best." With "mimosas and vintage, you can't go wrong!" Sounds about right.
This Sunday brunch,$20 will get you unlimited mimosas. You read that correctly, unlimited. Other tasty drinks available will be blueberry ginger bellini pitchers, cute cumber martinis, and tableside made-to-order bloody Marys.
There will be two menus, the hangover and the healthy, designed by Cafeina's Executive Chef Leo Gutierrez. The feasting will take place in the restaurant's galley, and the open air market by Launch Arte will include duds, knicknacks, jewelry, and, most importantly, pet wear.
Leshem said the idea was to have "a perfect mesh of bringing something kind of swanky but still hip," but not too hard on your wallet, to the neighborhood.
Leshem is one half of the DJ duo Ess & Emm, who will be spinning appropriately relaxing, international jazz and pop. The whole shebang will take place on Sunday, February 20 at Cafeina (297 NW 23rd Street, Miami) from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 305-438-0792 or visit cafeinamiami.com.
Wearing a “beard” she made out of cotton balls and a manila folder, Liz Tracy once introduced herself to Rick Ross as Rick Ross. When she’s not writing articles about the Bawse or the Boss, she’s penning grants at Pérez Art Museum Miami. Liz has her master’s degree in religion from Florida State University. She taught classes on public policy at Florida International University and new media journalism at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami. Around 2007, Liz figured out that the internet was a wonderful place to express her unpopular opinions, so she established the websites Miami, Bro and the Heat Lightning. She has since written for publications and outlets such as Miami New Times, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Ocean Drive, the Huffington Post, NBC Miami, Time Out Miami, Insomniac, the Daily Dot, and the Atlantic. Liz spent three years as New Times Broward-Palm Beach’s music editor, was the weekend news editor at Inverse, and is currently the managing editor at Tom Tom Magazine. You may have seen her as the interviewer in the viral video “Butt Hole Tattoo Girl” that was featured on Real Time with Bill Maher, MTV, and Comedy Central.