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2820 McFarlane Road Coconut Grove, FL 33133 | Coconut Grove |
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  • Short Order: Things To Do
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    With 52 years of experience, the Coconut Grove Arts Festival need hardly prove itself as a credible destination for artists, patrons, crafters, or appreciators. Tradition shows it's a...
  • Crossfade: Music Festivals
    Who's going Grovin'? Settled in 1825, the leafy, laidback enclave known as Coconut Grove, or simply the Grove to locals, is Miami's oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood. It's also...
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    If Michelle Beebs hadn't been gifted with the sultry voice of a powerful frontwoman, she could always fall back on a successful career as ghostwriter for talk-show guests. Her...
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    Who knows if it's the right time to be happy. Bright Light Social Hour spent the last couple years touring and hanging out, and the band isn't sure either. But BLSH is looking to drum up...
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  • Crossfade: Music News
    Who's going Grovin'? Well, we only just announced Miami New Times' new role as the musical party planner for the Coconut Grove Arts Festival last month. But yep, it's already time to...
  • Crossfade: Music News
    Do the Peacock. 'Cause Miami New Times just became the musical party planner for the Coconut Grove Arts Festival. Today, CGAF (that's the fest's catchy new acronym, pronounced see-gaf)...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    By the time Friday afternoon rolls around, you’re all like, “I need a drink,” but with the sun shutting down at 5:30 p.m., so are you. Save your thirst and alcohol...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    A race of real beds mounted-on-wheels, tough-pushing racers, stunning costumes and celebrity street credibility happens November 8th, 2014 on the pavement in Coconut Grove. The festival of...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    In Coconut Grove, never a neighborhood to bow to the norm, beds are for more than just sleeping and sex. Once a year, they morph into spectacular speed demons at the Great Grove Bed Race....
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    Yesterday, seafood aficionados flocked to Peacock Park to get their hands on stone crabs and celebrate the beginning of the season, as well as enjoy the cool breeze. The second-annual...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Stone crab season officially kicked off October 15. And this year, a skydiver dropped the first batch of the delectable and highly anticipated crustaceans straight from the morning fishing...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Oh, the sights and sounds of autumn — colorful leaves, cool weather, hay rides. Uh, wait, we live in Miami. What fall event does the Magic City offer and put its own unique stamp on? A...
  • Short Order: Opinion
    Yesterday marked the beginning of stone crab season and the start of the business year for Joe's Stone Crab, which opened its doors at 5 p.m ., serving the first batch of claws to Miamians...
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    After its inaugural success last year, the Coconut Grove Seafood Festival is coming back this Sunday, October 19, for the second year in a row. Festival organizer Tony Albelo has rounded up...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    As part of a ramp up to Grovetoberfest, the beer-centric festival to be held at Coconut Grove's Peacock Park this Saturday, October 18, held its third annual Miami's Best Homebrew...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    The ground isn’t strewn with pale-amber leaves, the wind hasn’t become crisp, and curling up by the fire sounds more torturous than cozy. Summer is still vying for attention, so...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    In 2011, James "Woody" Beckham suffered a spinal cord injury while making a tackle during a rugby match between his Florida Atlantic University’s Men’s Rugby Club and the...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Just about had it with summer? Between killer mosquitoes and alternating burning sun and thunderstorms, we're looking forward to the relative cool of autumn. That -- and beer. October is...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Coconut Grove, Miami’s cozy hamlet, is all about American pride. This Friday, there will be an old-fashioned picnic at the Barnacle (3485 Main Hwy.) and the annual hot-dog-eating...
  • Cultist: Culture
    You love your downward facing dogs, your reverse warriors, hell, even your planks. You live and breathe namaste. You're like Gandhi (if Gandhi was also into Starbucks lattes and lululemon...
  • Cultist: Culture
    Despite the fact that she sustains our lives, literally, Mother Nature doesn't get a whole lot of kudos. Most of the time, we're abusing her via gas-guzzling vehicles, carbon-spouting...
  • Cultist: Culture
    Hello Monday, you saucy minx. We didn't miss you. Despite an incoming five days of boredom, drudgery, and Reddit trolling, there's lots to be thankful for. Namely sunshine, blue skies, free...
  • Cultist: Culture
    Another weekend of skrillex, more neon than you've seen since 1993 and so. many. energy drinks. Tired, much? Whether you opted in or out of artificial enhancements, it's likely that by now, ...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    With mid-70s temperatures and blue skies, you couldn't have asked for a better day to drink beer and enjoy music with friends. Coconut Grove's Peacock Park was the setting for Sprung!, the...
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    Wow! This weekend is chock-filled with festivals and parties and it's your choice. Whether you've got a major sweet tooth or beer's your thing, there's a party (or a fiesta) for you. From...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Ginger beer will not get you a buzz, but Crabbie's alcoholic ginger beer will, and fans of a spicier drinking experience should be able to find it in Miami starting this week. Crabbie's...
  • Cultist: Culture
    Whether you ate your weight in foie gras and stone crab at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, or just sat on your ass binge-watching House of Cards this weekend, it's likely we're all...
  • Short Order: Food News
    The annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival, now celebrating its 51st year, is one of the longest-established festivals in the country. Each Presidents' Day weekend, tens of thousands of people...
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    Happy Valentine's Day. This holiday, which initially honored religious martyrs, is now a celebration of love, so whether you're planning a romantic dinner for two, having drinks with...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Sprung!, the beer-centric celebration of Spring returns to Coconut Grove's Peacock Park on Saturday, March 8, promising more beer, more games, and more fun than even last year. (Anyone...
  • Cultist: Culture
    There's something seriously wrong when lil Bieb's arrest is Miami's biggest news of the month. What the hell are y'all doing out there? This is Miami. In the midst of 24-hour strip clubs,...
  • Crossfade: Interviews
    A non-Rastafarian reggae musician who grew up a practicing Muslim, Tiken Jah Fakoly is a native of Africa's Ivory Coast who draws most of his material and inspiration from his home...
  • Crossfade: Music Festivals
    Even good times and irie vibes require some prep. So for next week's Miami Reggae Festival at Coconut Grove's Peacock Park, you just can't forget to pack these three things. 1. Two...
  • Crossfade: Interviews
    Stephen Marley is a man of few words. When asked what it's like to follow in the footsteps of his famous father, Bob Marley, a man who comes as close to deification as our popular...
  • Cultist: Culture
    It's seriously unfair that anyone is forced to work this time of year. Our brains are basically mush topped with turkey, football and potential presents. What's the point? And isn't today a...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Let the innuendos commence: Romp and race to the finish line. Roll around in the sheets and prepare for a five-way. This Sunday, the Great Bed Race rolls through town once again....
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Grovetoberfest is a party, no doubt. With more than 200 beers, music, and a day with friends in Coconut Grove's Peacock Park, the day always turns out to be one of the most festive, with...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    The inaugural Coconut Grove Seafood Festival brought the first stone crabs of the season and fresh fish to Peacock Park yesterday afternoon. With weather better suited for July than...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    The calendar says it's October, but this weekend's weather felt like July as thousands of beer lovers converged on Coconut Grove's Peacock Park for the third annual Grovetoberfest. Luckily,...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    Let's take a step back for a second to appreciate the meaning of October in Miami. While our northern counterparts are currently shivering their hind quarters as they waddle to their jobs,...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    October is such an awesome month. We sweat less and our hair doesn't get as frizzy, there are a ton of beer-guzzling Oktoberfest events, and it ends wth Halloween. One other reason that...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Grovetoberfest, Florida’s biggest beer bash, sloshes into Coconut Grove this Friday, and the daylong brew fest rivals the best of its German brethren. If you’re a connoisseur of...
  • Short Order: Food News
    The 2014 stone crab season officially began this morning, October 15, at midnight, and all over Miami, people are chomping at the bit for their first taste of the sweet claws. But most...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    The Coconut Grove Seafood Festival is this Sunday, October 20, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Peacock Park. The festival is part celebration of the start of stone crab season, part celebration of...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Grovetoberfest is this Saturday, October 19, at Peacock Park in Coconut Grove, giving beer lovers an opportunity to sample over 200 different brews in many categories. But, out of all the...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Grovetoberfest, the celebration of all things beer, returns to Peacock Park for a third year, bringing tents filled with over 200 different brews to the historic village of Coconut Grove on...
  • Cultist: Culture
    Halloween's just a few weeks away. Thanksgiving comes a few after that. And then there's Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, take your pick. Which means you're about to be spending beaucoup bucks...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    How is it already October? Oktoberfest has started. Pumpkin patches are popping up. Kids are deciding what they want to be for halloween. And we're all, ooh, how can I incorporate cinnamon...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Forget that summertime sadness, Lana Del Rey. If you’re from out of town, you’re probably feeling the autumn blues right about now. No colorful foliage, no apple picking, no cute...
  • Crossfade: Music Festivals
    Born in the wake of a Toots and the Maytals performance that didn't happen, the Miami Reggae Festival will celebrate its fourth edition on Saturday, November 23, at Coconut Grove's Peacock...
  • Crossfade: Things To Do
    It's Friday, and like Lily Allen, tonight you're gonna wanna "get in the car and drive to the club" and "make [your] way to the bar." But you won't have to blow wads of cash on musical...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Thank goodness for fall, already. Sure Labor Day marks the "unofficial" end of summer -- but aren't you looking forward to actually being able to walk outside without getting eaten alive by...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    If you're a beer geek, you already know about New Belgium Brewing Company's line of craft beers, especially its Fat Tire amber ale, which has a cult following and an 82 rating by Beer...
  • Cultist: Culture
    America's 237th birthday lands on a Thursday this year, and that can mean only one thing: long weekend! Take Friday off (if you haven't already) or plan on calling in sick. You can thank us...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    Coconut Grove, with its quaint, tree-lined streets and bayfront vistas, is the perfect setting for a seafood festival. Which is why the announcement of the Coconut Grove Seafood Festival...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Commercial brewers from across the county are teaming up to create the ultimate Miami collaboration beer: Conjunto, which literally means "group." The idea was Tony Albelo's, the man behind...
  • Short Order: Food News
    Those who attended the Taste of the Grove last year in Peacock Park, know that you can sometimes expect to see masses of people chowing and guzzling to their hearts' content at this event....
  • Calendar: Highlights
    One of the greatest perks of living in paradise: You can eat (and drink) outdoors year-round, not just for a brief month or two in the summertime like those suckers in the Northeast. And...
  • Short Order: Openings
    Right now in Ohio, residents are bundled up in parkas and scarves, braving snowstorms, frozen locks, and frigid temps. Here in Miami, we're strolling the streets, hitting the beach, and...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Given Miami's well-deserved reputation as a boozy city, it's surprising we have so little on-site distillation of our own. But luckily, that's changing -- in part thanks to last year's...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    From ubiquitous suds such as Sam Adams to lesser known and locally produced craft beers like a maple bacon beer presented by Makers Warehouse, the Sprung! Beer Festival definitely brought...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Too old for spring break? No such thing. The days of shotgunning, beer pong, and funnels might be behind you, but we’ve all gotta let out our inner frat-boy rage once in a while....
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Even as we're kvetching about this frigid weather (if you consider 65 degrees freezing, that is), thousands of young men and women are packing up their swimsuits to indulge in the annual...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    The beer scene in Miami has come a long way from even a year ago. 2012 saw an influx of craft brews coming to Miami including some local love in the way of Michael's Genuine Home Brew and...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    It might seem a little tough to get into the Christmas spirit when it’s 80 degrees and oh-so-sunny outside. But if you’re lacking in cheer this year, just head to Coconut...
  • Cultist: Culture
    It's 80 degrees out, there's no break in humidity, and the ladies of Miami haven't had a single chance to break out their assortment of Uggs. This winter's been a bit of a bummer in the...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    Okay, so maybe Miami is the only place on the planet not looking forward to a spring thaw (mainly because it's in the mid-80s outside and even the plastic snowman on the lawn has melted from...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Though the Saturday morning skies were full of rain, the beer gods were smiling down on Grovetoberfest. By the time the gates opened on the event, held in Coconut Grove's Peacock Park, the...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    All this talk of politics and debates gives us really bad heartburn. Sometimes we feel like Miss America, for whom the correct answer to everything is "world peace." Anyway, what also...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Some say autumn is the season for pumpkins; others (the smart ones) know it’s the season for beer. Oktoberfest brings out all the best brews, Halloween parties offer fun gatherings for...
  • Cultist: Culture
    After a long, internal-organ-fryingly hot summer, fall has finally arrived here in the Magic City. Sure, our climate conditions have remained relatively the same since July -- rain,...
  • Cultist: Things To Do
    You know what time it is!!! Actually, the exact time of the day really makes no difference right now unless you're looking at the clock and it says 5:29p.m.. Because in that case, you...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    Three cheers for the weekend! It's been a gray and rainy week. And some of us had to endure the fast of Yom Kippur right around hump day. And some of us have no complaints, but are still in...
  • Short Order: Holidays
    The fourth July comes out on a hump day this year, which means a perfect break in the work week in which to celebrate our nation's break from imperial rule. Miami, being a party town, has a...
  • Cultist: Culture
    We arguably live in one of the best cities in America, and that should be enough to be grateful for this Independence Day. But while we're all gorging on hot dogs, potato salad, and...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    If the Grove is your neighborhood of choice, we say good going! The July 4th Celebration and Fireworks at Peacock Park (2820 McFarlane Road, Coconut Grove) is being sponsored by beermaker...
  • Cultist: Culture
    Anyone can skate down the street and think they're a skater, but it takes a real experienced thrasher to jump off a 20-foot half-pipe and nail a 360-degree flip. And only at an actual skate...
  • Crossfade: Things To Do
    Did you know that there are only 248 days left in the year? Yeah, 2012's flying by, and every minute that you spend online is a minute wasted. Unless you're getting paid to write...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    If the iffy weather deterred some people from coming out to the 22nd annual Great Taste of the Grove, held this weekend at Peacock Park, it was their loss.Saturday's cloudy and windy day...
  • Cultist: Things To Do
    Holy bananas, it's Friday y'all!What a crazy week it was. First we all had the painstaking task of recovering from our Passover and Easter hangovers. What, are you saying you didn't get...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Is it just us, or is it almost impossible not to spend most weekends in the Grove? Even if we start our night in South Beach, the lights, the people, and the tiki-tiki music are just too...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    The Great Taste of the Grove this weekend will celebrate its 22nd year of partying. An array of food, drink, and live music is guaranteed to keep your ears and taste buds occupied.On...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    The Great Taste of the Grove Food & Wine Festival is celebrating its 22nd year with a two-day festival of food, wine, and music.On Saturday and Sunday, April 14, and 15, from 11 a.m. to...
  • Short Order: Food News
    The 49th annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival has taken over the streets of the grove, turning Bayshore Drive and Peacock Park into one of the country's largest juried art festivals in the...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Dark skies and rain this past Saturday didn't deter thousands of beer enthusiasts from enjoying Grovetoberfest in Coconut Grove's Peacock Park.As the weather shifted from cloudy to drizzly...
  • Short Order: Cocktails and Spirits
    Beer will bombard Coconut Grove this Saturday for the first-ever Grovetoberfest at Peacock Park this Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m.About 100 beers will be available for your drinking pleasure,...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    What do you get when you mix artsy Coconut Grove with a Bavarian Oktoberfest and then send the mashup to a frat house? Grovetoberfest. This Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m., head to Peacock Park to...
  • Short Order: Holidays
    If you're looking for an alternative to crowded beaches and causeway traffic jams, Coconut Grove has put together an incredibly lively calendar of events for this Fourth of July...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Miami doesn’t have a homogeneous population, but that doesn’t mean we all can’t be filled with patriotic spirit to celebrate the Fourth of July. Truth be told, we probably...
  • Music: Show Preview
    Out in the sloping, snaking streets of Coconut Grove, 10,000 Jah-blessed soldiers are gathering for a peaceful revolution and chanting the opening lines of the Rockaz MVMT mantra: "We are...
  • Crossfade: Music Festivals
    Just yesterday, we initiated you into the Rockaz MVMT, a 10,000-strong Jah-blessed army marching in peace through the Grove. We taught you the mantra. We mapped out a little bit of the...
  • Crossfade: Music Festivals
    Out in the sloping, snaking streets of Coconut Grove, there are 10,000 Jah-blessed soldiers gathering for a peaceful revolution and they're chanting the opening lines of the Rockaz MVMT...
  • Short Order: Things To Do
    What does Coconut Grove taste like? We're guessing left-over granola, beer, chicken wings, a side of college recklessness, and a bit of seafood fresh off a yacht docked at the marina. But a...
  • Short Order: Food Trucks
    Alphabite, the new Miami Culinary Institute's food truck, will make its first official appearance at Taste of the Grove this weekend. The student-run truck was out during the unveiling of...

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