Join us on Sun., May 28 for a boozy brunch at Phuc Yea! Taking place on Memorial Day weekend (think -- no work the next day), guests will enjoy a Vietnamese-inspired, Cajun-influenced brunch menu created by Chef Cesar Zapata. Upon arrival, guests will be greeted with a specialty cocktail, and then, sit down to enjoy a family-style brunch. In addition to the special menu being prepared for the group, guests will enjoy bottomless mimosas -- and you can't go wrong with that.
Phuc Yea! - recognized as Miami's first pop-up when it opened up for three months back in 2011 - opened it's doors in a permanent location in Miami's MiMo District in the fall of 2016. The restaurant is the brainchild of Chef Cesar Zapata and wife/partner, Ani Meinhold, who you may remember from The Fed (or The Federal, as you might know it) - and upon opening, quickly was noted as being one of the best new restaurants by both Urban Daddy and Eater.
Cost is $55, if purchased by Friday, May 26 or $60, thereafter, if space is available. This includes a welcome cocktail, bottomless mimosas, a 3-course brunch menu, tax and gratuity.
Local Dines and Savor Tonight have teamed up to host a Thai Dinner Party at Talay Thai on Wednesday, May 31 and you are all invited. This isn't going to be your typical sit-down dinner, but rather a gastronomical feast,
Join Savor Tonight and Bistro Ten Zero One on Thursday, June 22 for a special pop-up dinner in the garden. The dinner's theme, Viva Puerto Rico!, will be a celebration of everything Puerto Rican including the authentic cuisine from Chef Christian Quiñones, drinks, live music and dancing.