Happy Monday, Miami. Chefs Jamie DeRosa and Brad Kilgore are hosting a beachside lunch today at the Faena Hotel in collaboration with Outstanding in the Field, an initiative that connects diners with local chefs and farmers. Tomorrow night, K Ramen Burger Beer inside the Townhouse Hotel will throw a karaoke bash offering complimentary drinks for those who sing.
Visit Hakkasan this week for a taste of its Chinese New Year menu, which features the Fortune Tale, a traditional Chinese prosperity dish that is prepared tableside and features roast chicken, jellyfish, and mooli. End the week with happy hour at the Anderson, which offers an assortment of discounted eats such as Tex-Mex queso, coconut shrimp, and a bean-and-cheese burrito.
Outstanding in the Field at the Faena Hotel
In an effort to connect diners with chefs and farmers, Outstanding in the Field curates large but intimate meals in various cities across the country. Today, Monday, January 30, at 2 p.m., the gathering will make its way beachside at the Faena Hotel. Presented in collaboration with Izzy's Jamie DeRosa and Alter's Brad Kilgore, lunch in the sand will include cornbread cupcakes with smoked salmon frosting, foie gras stuffies, and a clambake. Tickets cost $210 per person. Visit outstandinginthefield.com.
Karaoke at K Ramen Burger Beer at the Townhouse Hotel
Beginning Tuesday, January 31, K Ramen will host a weekly karaoke night. From 10 p.m. until closing time, enjoy late-night bites, live entertainment, and an open mike. To encourage bravery, every performer will receive a complimentary beer or glass of wine for each song performed.
Chinese New Year at Hakkasan
Enjoy a limited-edition Chinese New Year-themed menu available at Hakkasan inside the Fontainebleau through February 11. Priced at $128 per person, the prix fixe includes the Fortune Tale, a traditional Chinese prosperity dish that is prepared tableside and features roast chicken, jellyfish, and mooli (AKA daikon radishes). The meal also features a dim sum platter, a signature Hakkasan dish, using four flavors to represent the four seasons. Main courses include steamed Dover sole with pumpkin, stir-fried tiger prawns with lemongrass and chili, and braised abalone with dried oysters. For dessert, indulge in the Golden Feather, a ginger panna cotta with mandarin and caramelized white chocolate.
Happy Hour at the Anderson
The retro bar's happy hour takes place daily from 5 to 8 p.m. and features discounted food and drinks. Find $7 cocktails such as margaritas, mojitos, and martinis, as well as $4 beer, $5 wine, and $6 spirits such as vodka, gin, and rum. As you drink, nibble on Tex-Mex queso, coconut shrimp, bean-and-cheese burritos, and chicken sandwiches for $6 to $9 each.
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