It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with World Red Eye,
New Times brings you a solid recap of all the recent experiences you might've missed around Miami. It's impossible to be everywhere, but, hey, we can try to keep our Eyes on Miami.
Villa Azur had guests dancing into the night as the intimate restaurant transformed into a full-blown dinner party featuring live musical performances and more.
Kiki, do you love me? Because Miami sure does, as partygoers headed to the famous riverside party spot, Kiki on the River, for an epic night of celebrations.
Tiësto got down to business on Saturday night when he took over LIV for an epic set. El Alfa joined him in the DJ booth to get the crowd hyped up, while Dave Portnoy was spotted in the crowd enjoying the music and partying with friends.
When the full moon is out, you know it's time to celebrate. On Saturday night guests headed to Mayami Mexicantina for some full-moon festivities in the heart of Wynwood, including breathtaking live performances, incredible music, and lots of partying.
The weekend festivities began early at the Gramercy on Friday night, as guests enjoyed food, cocktails, music, and live entertainment at the new American brasserie.
V&E Restaurant Group and Fabric Group LATAM came together to introduce a new concept, Paperfish Sushi, to the Brickell dining scene with an invitation-only grand opening celebration. The new contemporary izakaya showcased its artfully crafted cocktails and Nikkei cuisine at the private event, highlighting an interplay of fresh Japanese and Peruvian flavors.
When it comes to partying, no one does it better than E11even. On Saturday night Swae Lee took over the club for a high-energy performance that had the crowd turning up like never before, and even Bow Wow was spotted joining in on the fun and getting lit.
Haute Living celebrated its most recent cover star world-famous polo player Nacho Figueras, with Rolls Royce Motor Cars at Miami Beach restaurant Villa Azur. Notable guests included Haute Living CEO Kamal Hotchandani, Seth Semilof, Romero Britto, Lennox Lewis, Amar’e Stoudemire, Blaise Matuidi, Alberto Tubilla Slim, Radmila Lolly, and John Utendahl. Guests also enjoyed a champagne parade in celebration of the polo player and a luxuriously fun time was had by all.
Saturday afternoon at Strawberry Moon was one to remember, as Loco Dice took over the decks for a funky poolside set that had partygoers dancing like no one was watching.
Craig Menin, Jordana Jarjura, Andy Masi, and Craig O’Keefe hosted a red carpet VIP preview night at their newest hospitality collaboration, Delray Beach Market, Florida’s largest food hall. Over 1,000 of South Florida’s finest gathered to experience crave-able bites, delicious cocktails, visionary art, and stylish pop-ups. Located in the heart of downtown Delray Beach, the gleaming 150,000-square-foot, $60-million destination is a show-stopper experience for food, art, and live entertainment aficionados.
Hot on the heels of opening the beloved CarboneMiami, critically acclaimed global restaurant company Major Food Group (MFG) is continuing its Florida expansion with ZZ’s Club, a Japanese restaurant and membership club in the heart of the Miami Design District offering cuisine of the highest caliber, personalized hospitality, and unmatched amenities.
On Thursday night, Tina Brehon launched her Spring/Summer 2021 collection for Girl from Huntersville, in the Miami Design District. Her runway show allowed the crowd to experience the physical pleasure of seeing clothes in motion while highlighting body positivity and inclusivity. Notable attendees included Pharrell Williams, Dave and Isabela Grutman, amongst other familiar faces.
Rolling Loud started the pre-festival celebrations early, bringing Jack Harlow to Hyde Beach for an insane performance on Sunday afternoon. The crowd turned up to his hit songs “Whats Poppin” and “Tyler Herro” and had the place going wild until sundown.