Happy New Year!
We've survived 2015 and are looking forward to
But before we all go about trying to run five miles a day or get that promotion or find the love of our lives, let's take this weekend to enjoy ourselves. That means celebrating a bit more with good food and good friends.
Whether you're meeting family for brunch, or want to do a little local food shopping, there's something for everyone this weekend — which starts now!
New Year's Day Brunch
Celebrate the first day of the new year with a little hair of the dog and a large plate of eggs. Some of Miami's favorite restaurants are opening their doors for brunch service today. With the
Miccosukee Indian Village Arts & Crafts Festival
This weekend, encounter alligators, watch tribal
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Pinecrest Farmers' Market
Start your New Year's resolution to eat better immediately at Sunday's Pinecrest farmers' market. The market, open Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Pinecrest Gardens, offers everything from locally grown produce to gifts. Participating farms and vendors include Bee Heaven Farm, Laura’s Produce, LNB Groves, My Exotic Fruits, Olga Diaz Produce, Sun Fresh Farm, Trietnoyer Produce, V&B Farms, Doctor Pickle, Keez Beez, Imperial Roasts Coffee, and Babe Froman Fine Sausage. No admission and free parking helps you keep your pledge to eat locally in 2016.
Orange Bowl Celebration at Monty's Sunset All Weekend
Monty's Sunset is the "official" South Beach headquarters for the Orange Bowl, which means that if you're a Clemson fan you've still got a lot of well-deserved partying to do. Celebrate the victory with happy-hour specials, Miami-style pool parties, stone crab claws, and lots of college football fans. The party lasts all weekend.