On May 26th, Bacardi launched a limited edition rum in collaboration with Major Lazer. Together they hosted a summer kick off event at Bacardi Bay. The event took place on Virginia Key Beach with four pop up restaurants serving up island inspired cocktails. Miami’s most influential crowd snapped pictures at branded backdrops with coconuts imported from Thailand.
Diplo danced alongside his stage dancers to caribbean beats, while Jillionaire snapped pictures with guests before they hit the stage. Major Lazer took the stage at around 9:45 p.m. with Walshy Fire kicking off the musical set and firing off giveaways toward the crowd. Chanel Iman sat atop a speaker bouncing away at the American electronic music.
On May 18th, Havaianas hosted a local getaway to a Night in Rio. Miami’s hispanic influencers were transported to Rio for a night of dancing, eating and mingling. Upon arrival, guests were escorted to a shoe valet where a swap was performed. Guests were gifted a pair of the latest styles in Havaianas to wear for the samba party.
Red and white sangrias were served and samba dancers got the party started. Influencers gathered to watch the Brazilian inspired dance party and quickly formed a conga line. As dancing amped up an appetite, influencers were treated to a buffet dinner. Items served included pan de bono (specialty cheese bread), steak, salad and brigaderos (Brazilian delicacy) covered in sprinkles or shredded coconut for dessert.
Guests took selfies and group pictures at local set up of the world famous ‘Selaron Steps.’ The Selaron Steps are known as the work of Chilean-born artist Jorge Selarón who claimed it as “my tribute to the Brazilian people”.
The transport to a Night in Rio was one to remember for those in attendance.
On May 20th, Wynwood experienced Havanawood Festival at the Wynwood Mana Garage. Guests experienced cuban culture through musical performances, food, drinks and art.
Cubavera, lifestyle brand, was onsite providing massages. Natalia Juncadella was present among other artists in a dedicated art bodega of live painting.
10 musical performances took places with local musicians such as Palo!, Oscar G, Pacadillo, Eskeerdo and more. Local food trucks also took part in the event by serving up an array of cuisine.
The New Tap 42 is ready to serve the midtown community. Tap 42 held a friends and family soft opening on Friday, May 19th. The crowd indulged on menu items such as Spicy Salmon Tostones, Bacon and Sweet Corn Guacamole, Korean Chicken Lettuce Wraps and more. The bar was serving up their signature cocktails from a BlackBerry Smash complete with Blackberry Preserves, Zacapa 23 year old rum, Lime, Simple Syrup and Minty to a Blood Orange Cosmojito infused with Grey Goose Vodka, Blood Orange Puree, “Skinny” Mint Simple Syrup, Cranberry and Elderflower. The beverage program has a versatile selection of Cocktails on Tap, Seasonal Cocktails, Craft Beer Cocktails and Handcrafted ones. The price range is between $12 to $13.
Tap 42 Midtown will offer Bottomless Brunch on the weekends. For $20 you can drink up unlimited Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s and Funky Buddha Floridian from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Free Valet is included during weekend lunch rush, the hours are from noon to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
This location offers spacious outdoor seating, a bar that extends from the inside to the outdoor patio, special event spacing and TV screens throughout the entire place.
For More Information Visit: https://tap42.com/midtown/#
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Joe & The Juice has been all the hype when launching at each of their 180 locations worldwide. Now, it has arrived in sunny South Florida to fuel up the community with smoothies, pressed juices and grub. The difference between Joe & The Juice and other coffee shops is the atmosphere and culture. If you think you are walking into any ordinary coffee shop for a cup of Joe… You are wrong!
Miami is known for its party and lifestyle scene. Joe & The Juice is bringing the party to health conscious Joe and Juice lovers. You can catch the baristas singing along to Calvin Harris – This is What You Came For or concocting their own sing-a-longs. They may also be using the steam from the coffee machine as their own club-like smoke machine. The hype is REAL!
In New York City, lines formed outside during a casting call with hopefuls looking to score a job placement. Why? Employees have the opportunity to work at locations around the world. Not only are you working alongside co-workers at the coffee shop, but you can live with them too! Think of it as Real World meets Joe & The Juice. Miami Joe & The Juicers’ live together in a mansion with pool and bay-view. It’s no wonder they flock at the opportunity to join the work-party.
The company is known to open locations in clusters. Therefore, expect for a location to pop up in your neighborhood soon. The flagship is now open for business at 1600 Collins Avenue on Miami Beach.
From the pressed juice selection, we recommend the Green Shield made with Cucumber, Kale, Broccoli, Spinach and Apple. As far as shakes, grab a Power Shake with Strawberry, Banana and Vanilla Milk. All the sandwiches come on flatbreads, we say go for the Avocado which includes Avocado (duh), Tomato, Mozzarella and Pesto. You can’t go wrong with any Joe. If you can’t decide opt for the Pink and Purple Lattes! One is lighter in carbs and grams of fat than other.
Once you’ve got your grub on, don’t forget to snap some pictures at their Joe & Me Photo Booth! Leave a copy with them and take a copy for keeps!
The new Tone & Flow Fitness Class at the Pilates ProWorks in Coral Gables helps you Strengthen, Sculpt and Stretch. Pilates ProWorks is an out-the-box fitness concept that merges the fundamentals of Pilates with a mix of yoga. The class brings a high energy workout with fun combinations.
Tone and Flow is comprised of yoga postures, calisthenics and Pilates to help you tone, sculpt and flow your way to a stronger body while reducing stress. The 55-minute class welcomes all fitness levels, as the class instructor gives variations of each move to fit your workout.
You can try the class out by going to their website: http://www.pilatesproworks.com/miami
There is a NEW Client special at the rate of $20 or you can opt for the New Client Month – $125.
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Miami Crowd caught up with Mozart La Para at the 2017 edition of Miami Bash. La Para is Roc Nation Latin’s first signed artist. La Paras’ most recent hit song Fiesta y Vacilon (party and fun), reached more than 1.9 million views to date. The song speaks on having fun with no strings attached.
La Para’s energetic and fun personality, transcends into his upbeat musical vibes. He spoke about his next track, including lyrics such as “I came to put order.” He gave the meaning behind his song Primero Que Kanye. He claims to be receiving the latest sneakers before Kanye. He states to be connected to the Adidas brand, this being the reason as to how he receives the Yeezy sneakers before public release. Clarifying that the Yeezy’s are Kanye’s collaboration with Adidas.
Being the first artist signed to Roc Nation Latin, we asked whether a collaboration with Jay-Z could be in his plans. To which he responded, “Could be.” The music genre is filled with newcomers and Mozart states he keeps uniqueness by “swimming against the current.” He aims to not make music that the audience wants, but rather innovates to bring his audience a new style of music. His goal is to pull his audience in with his multifaceted music style.
He will appear in the upcoming Made in America music festival alongside Jay-Z, J Cole, the Chainsmokers, Kaskade, Marshmello, Migos and more.
On Saturday, April 22, Brickell City Centre and Modern OM raised vibration in Miami with a Mass Meditation. Miami’s early risers gathered at 8:45 a.m. to celebrate Earth Day at BCC with meditation, tea, and a little shopping at the exclusive grand opening of Modern ŌM pop-up store. The Modern ŌM pop-up store featured products such as chakra centered jewelry and malas. The accessories serve as reminder of mindfulness in daily life. The Modern ŌM aims to spark conversation on what it means to be mindful in today’s multifaceted, modern world.
CMX Cinemas is now open at Brickell City Centre. Miami Crowd went on a tour and here are three things you should know:
- The Seats Are Fully Equipped
Seating in this theater is dangerously more comfortable than your couch at home. You may not want to go home. No, really! You have the option to recline your chair, store your personal belongings underneath, press a button to call a server, charge your phone and even turn on a night light. Plus, there’s wifi!
- Your Hispanic Family Will Thank You
You won’t have to translate to your abuelitos throughout the whole movie. When you arrive at CMX cinemas, you can request a translation device. You place it on the swivel table when you sit down and you can read the subtitles as you watch the movie. Voila!
- Great Variety of Food and Drink Options
Order a cheeseburger, a manhattan and a skillet baked chocolate chunk cookie. The menu has a variety of options that you would normally not expect when visiting a movie theater. A well crafted cocktail and pulled pork sliders, yes please! Other items we loved: The Tavern Style Pepperoni Pizza, Crispy Chicken Sandwich and The Turkey BLT.