Miami Center For Architecture & Design, Downtown Miami Partnership and Dade Heritage Trust present A Taste Of Historic Downtown Miami
Friday, April 11, 2014, 6pm-9pm
Downtown East Flagler Street
Tickets: $35/per before April 10th, $45/person at the door.
Check-in (6:00-7:30pm): Ingraham Building, 25 SE Second Avenue, Miami
Dade Heritage Trust and Downtown Miami Partnership invite you for a progressive evening where it all began in Historic Downtown Miami.
Join us on Friday, April 11th in Historic Downtown Miami and be transported to a bygone era when downtown was the center of commerce, debauchery and fun – secret tunnels, Al Capone, speakeasy clubs, movie premiers, parades and more!
Discover hidden architectural gems, back-alley stories, and downtown Miami’s history while enjoying:
â€¢ Improvisational theater performances by Front Yard Theatre Collective
â€¢ Live music by musicians from Buskerfest Miami
â€¢ Signature cocktails by Crown Concept/Grand Central
â€¢ Tasty appetizers from Miami Culinary Institute and Steak Brasil
â€¢ Art at CU-1 Gallery
â€¢ Mojitos and jazz
â€¢ Vintage cars
â€¢ “Speakeasy” Poker Run
â€¢ After party at The Bank Lounge where Al Capone stashed some of his cash!
Join us as we stroll along E. Flagler and “Avenue D” (Miami Avenue) for a unique adventure into Miami’s architectural and historic heritage.
April 11th from 6-9 PM
Come discover the architecture and stories of Historic Downtown Miami!
Tickets: $35/Person, Advanced Tickets
$45/Person, at the door
Grand Lobby and Great Tastes – Ingraham Building (1927)
@ 25 Se 2nd Avenue
Mojitos & Cuban Jazz – La Epoca (1936)
@ 200 E Flagler St
The Highlife at Alrfed I’s – Alfred I Dupont Building (1938)
@ 69 E Flagler St
Wine and Art – Security Building (1926)
@112 Ne 1st Avenue
A Grand Architectural Revival – Old Post Office (1912)
@ 100 Ne 1st Avenue
Miami’s first Roman Catholic Parish: Gesu Church (1921)
@ 118 Ne 1st Avenue
Cocktails with Capone – The Bank Lounge (1927)
@ 139 Ne 1st Street