Jimmy’z Kitchen Wynwood Domino Tournament to Celebrate the Puerto Rican Tradition of the Double Six
Sunday, July 27 from 3 pm to 6 pm
Jimmy’z Kitchen Wynwood
2700 N. Miami Avenue
Wynwood Arts District
Partners with Wynwood Brewing Company which will be on site pouring brews
Jimmy’z Kitchen Wynwood will celebrate a Domino Tournament – “Celebrando el Doble Seis”. 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 Jimmy’z Kitchen Wynwood. The Puerto Rican tradition of playing “double six” dominoes will be honored during the tournament. “We 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 “double six” – the way it’s played in Puerto Rico.” commented Carey.
For the tournament, Chef Jimmy has invited his friends, and owners of Wynwood Brewing Co, Luis and “Pops” Brignoni to serve, for the first time, two of the brewery’s beers. The Brignonis, originally from Puerto Rico, are also great supporters of keeping alive the Puerto Rican traditions of Wynwood.
Named as “Best of Miami” for its Puerto Rican Mofongo, Jimmy’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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