Industry Domino Nights at La Placita 6/11/19

Industry Domino Nights at La Placita
Tuesday, 06/11/2019 – 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
La Placita
6789 Biscayne Blvd,
Miami, Florida 33138
Cost: Free

Dominoes are no longer found just on Calle Ocho, the Miami cultural pastime is making its mark as a mainstay throughout the Magic City. Every Tuesday from 7PM to 11PM, La Placita will host Domino Night tournaments inviting local chefs to compete for the Golden Pilon. Also open to the public, the outdoor space will transform into a Latin piano bar with a pianist taking requests, complete with a cigar roller.

Each week, the restaurant will set up La Lechonera pop up where guests will have the chance to select different foods displayed and cooked on the spot. Inspired by the Lechoneras of the mountains in Puerto Rico, the menu will be finished with local ingredients and chef Mendin’s personal touch. Specials will include all food for under $10, Cuchifritos for $5, craft cocktails for $7, specialty cocktails for $9, Medalla beer for $2, and Don Q rum cocktails for $5.

Celebrate Caribbean-American Heritage Month with Island Imprint: A History of the Caribbean Community in Broward County, a fine art and historical retrospective at History Fort Lauderdale 6/1/19-6/29/19

Celebrate Caribbean-American Heritage Month with Island Imprint: A History of the Caribbean Community in Broward County, a fine art and historical retrospective at History Fort Lauderdale
Saturday, 06/01/2019 – 06/29/2019 09:30 am – 04:00 pm
New River Inn at History Fort Lauderdale
231 SW 2nd Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
Cost: $15 adults; $12 seniors; $7 students; Free for members, military and children ages 6 and under

Celebrate Caribbean-American Heritage Month with “Island Imprint: A History of the Caribbean Community in Broward County,” a fine art and historical retrospective produced in conjunction with Island Syndicate, on display June 1 – 29 at History Fort Lauderdale.

The exhibit, part of a multiyear initiative celebrating Broward County’s Caribbean heritage, traces the Caribbean community’s roots through a variety of fine art mediums, historical news clippings, archival photos, memorabilia and artifacts colorfully displaying the diverse influence of island culture on the vibrant fabric of Fort Lauderdale. Works featured include Paul Campbell’s (Jamaica) Fervent Hope and pieces from Karl ‘Jerry’ Craig (Jamaica), and photographer Silvi Lizama (Cuba). The installation will also include a storytelling aspect of the shared Caribbean communities’ history via personal memories and mementos allowing for an immersive foray into local Caribbean-American culture.

“Island Imprint” is a 2019 – 2020 initiative featuring a series of events and installations paying homage to Caribbean culture, traditions and history. The project celebrates the diversity of West Indian heritage that merges in Broward County with interactive, educational entertainment including historical exhibitions, cultural displays, theatrical performances, cuisine, music, artisan crafts, and more, presented in settings that show the multicultural splendor of Broward County.

“Island Imprint: A History of the Caribbean Community in Broward County” is produced by Island Syndicate whose directors include the visionaries behind the recent “Taste the Islands” special event, television series and Island Origins Magazine. Support has been provided by the Community Foundation of Broward, the Helen and Frank Stoykov Charitable Endowment Fund, the David and Francie Horvitz Family Foundation, Ann Adams Fund and the Mary and Alex Mackenzie Community Impact Fund.

For more information about History Fort Lauderdale, please call (954) 463-4431 or visit us online at Follow us on Facebook at on Instagram @ftlhistory and on Twitter @FLLhistory.

Banfi Wine Dinner at Lobster Bar Sea Grille Miami Beach 6/11/19

Banfi Wine Dinner at Lobster Bar Sea Grille Miami Beach
Tuesday, 06/11/2019 – 06:30 pm –
Lobster Bar Sea Grille Miami Beach
1410 Sunset Harbour Drive, Suite 200,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Cost: $99

On Tuesday, June 11th , Lobster Bar Sea Grille Miami Beach invites guests to enjoy a specially curated 5-course wine dinner featuring Banfi Wine. At $99/pp diners will start their evening with a sparkling wine reception followed by a decadent 5-course meal, expertly paired with wines from Castello Banfi, Motacalcino. Some of the featured dishes will include Lobster Ceviche, King Crab Risotto and Prosciutto Wrapped Chilean Sea Bass amongst other outstanding and sophisticated fare. Throughout the meal, guests will sample a of plethora of wines, each selected to bring out the flavors of the course they are paired with. Finally, the meal will end with a luxurious Godiva Chocolate Soufflé paired with a sumptuous sparkling red wine. Space is limited, for reservations please call 305.377.2675.

Delano South Beach Hosts “Pop Art Nights” Art Installation 5/18/19 – 6/11/19

Delano South Beach Hosts “Pop Art Nights” Art Installation
Saturday, 05/18/2019 – 06/11/2019 12:00 am – 12:00 am
Delano South Beach
1685 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Cost: Free

Delano South Beach, the iconic oceanfront hotel located in the famed Collins Ave, is hosting a new art installation, POP ART NIGHTS, in its lobby, giving locals and travelers alike, yet another reason to migrate to the beach. Featuring strong pops of color and trendy designs, guests can enjoy the beautiful creations from eight renowned artists from now until June 11th, 2019.

The eight talented artists for this installation collection include:

David David – Unequivocally self-taught and internationally recognized, David David is a French artist who has become one of the most influential and sought-after figures in the Contemporary Art world. From the walls of our streets, to his workshop, David Davids “DNA” constantly makes minds wander through its thought-provoking statements.

Phillippe Berry – Phillippe Berry, a sculpture artist born in Paris, aims to showcase the exploration of childhood worlds: balloons, teddy bears holding hands, figurines of cowboys and indians, snowmen…he works poetically and in many ways in his favorite material, bronze. He likes the idea that viewers can see, understand and interpret his works in multiple ways.

David Kracov – At the age of 12, Boston native, David Kracov, became one of the youngest artists ever to be showcased in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. He first began experimenting with clay before making his way to steel, creating unique wall sculptures, all hand-cut and hand painted. David discovered and developed different techniques, including the technique of metal laser cutting, which he has mastered and uses throughout his artwork.

Alec Monopoly – After first painting variations of the Monopoly Man in 2008 when the economy crashed as a commentary on capitalism, consumerism, corporate greed and the scandals rocking the banking industry, Alec garnered overnight fame. He now works with clients like Robert De Niro and Adrien Brody, among others.

Mr. Brainwash – Mr Brainwash is a French artist, based in Los Angeles, who is considered the most prominent of the street art movement. Madonna approached him to design the cover of her greatest hits compilation, Celebration. He also took Miami Art Basel by storm, and the Olympic Games in London into another art spectacle entitled “Under Construction” by using abandoned buildings.

Rainer Lagemann – In 2005, German artist, Rainer Lagemann, started welding and found his true passion and a special talent for it. Concentrating on the human body in a modern interpretation of the classic art of sculpture, Rainer became fascinated by it, as well as the classic theme of artistic expression and struggle that has been depicted in all shapes, materials and mediums.

Fabien Novarino – From a very early age, Fabien Novarino loved to draw, paint and make models. At the age of seven, his family settled in the south, where the dazzling light, a new climate and the wild landscapes influenced his young sensitivity. He knew he wanted to be a painter, but did not immediately take up the trade. Fabien followed a commercial career until the age of 27, when he decided to launch upon an artistic adventure.

Dorit Levinstein – Since 1988, Israel native, Dorit Levinstein’s sculptures have been exhibited in the most prestigious contemporary art fairs and have been part of international collections. Her spare, elegant sculptures seem to giggle with delight as if tickled, then stretched out with an exquisite elasticity to form their position in space. Shape and color combine to infuse Dorit works with boundless joy.