Jimmyâ€™z Kitchen Wynwood Domino Tournament to Celebrate the Puerto Rican Tradition of the Double Six
Sunday, July 27 from 3 pm to 6 pm
Jimmyâ€™z Kitchen Wynwood
2700 N. Miami Avenue
Wynwood Arts District
Partners with Wynwood Brewing Company which will be on site pouring brews
Jimmyâ€™z Kitchen Wynwood will celebrate a Domino Tournament – â€œCelebrando el Doble Seisâ€. The cost per player will be $10. RSVP for participation is required by sending an email to [email protected]
Chef Jimmy Carey recently announced the second annual Domino Tournament – Celebrando el Doble Seis – to be held at Jimmyâ€™z Kitchen Wynwood. The Puerto Rican tradition of playing â€œdouble sixâ€ dominoes will be honored during the tournament. â€œWe have always strived to bring back the Puerto Rican traditions to Wynwood – known as Little San Juan for its original population of Puerto Ricans. We started the Noches de Bomba y Plena which have been a great success and for the second year we are hosting a domino tournament of â€œdouble sixâ€ – the way itâ€™s played in Puerto Rico.â€ commented Carey.
For the tournament, Chef Jimmy has invited his friends, and owners of Wynwood Brewing Co, Luis and â€œPopsâ€ Brignoni to serve, for the first time, two of the breweryâ€™s beers. The Brignonis, originally from Puerto Rico, are also great supporters of keeping alive the Puerto Rican traditions of Wynwood.
Named as â€œBest of Miamiâ€ for its Puerto Rican Mofongo, Jimmyâ€™z Kitchen has been known for its casual and contemporary atmosphere and for fun gatherings in the plaza in front of the restaurant.
Participation in the tournament costs $10 per person but the restaurant encourages friends and family to come and cheer the participants. Prizes will be awarded to the top four players.
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