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Capital One Café is Coming to Miracle Mile

November 15, 2017

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Get excited, Capital One Café is coming to Coral Gables. Capital One has been changing the way consumers use banking by providing easy to use tools to manage finances. Capital One Café will provide a laid back environment, where consumers can come charge their tech devices, grab a cup of coffee and speak to associates about digital money management tools.

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We’re “ready to change the conversation,” says South Florida Market Lead, Mike Friedman. According to Friedman, the location will offer two meeting rooms for non-profit and educational organizations to book for usage. Meeting rooms hold about six to eight people and are fully equipped with HD TVs.

The first Capital One Café, launched in New York in 2001. Now, there are now more than 20 locations nationwide. The closest locations for Miami residents include West Palm Beach and Delray Beach. There are six sites selected for South Florida with Las Olas, Brickell and Lincoln Road in the works.

Consumers will be able to learn how to manage their finances through free Capital One services such as Money Coaching and Money Workshops. The Coral Gables location will also offer fee-free ATM’s and locally sourced pastries from Pastry is Art to pair with Peet’s Coffee & Tea selections. Pastries will be baked by local pastry chef Jenny Rissone. It’s another way Capital One is connecting to the community. 

Things To Get Excited About

One-On-One Workshops

Peet’s Coffee & Tea

Pastry is Art Baked Goods

Networking Events

Open Mic Nights

And more.

Capital One Coral Gables

Images courtesy of Capital One

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Halfway to St. Paddy’s Day

September 18, 2017

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As local Coral Gables residents seek a post-Irma retreat, JohnMartin’s provided that and more during their “Halfway to St. Paddy’s Day Party” on Saturday, Sept.16.

With live music, a raffle, whiskey tastings, hot food and drinks, this all-day celebration stole the show. It provided people with much needed down time as they prepare themselves for the workweek ahead and for some a place to cool down, charge their phones and connect to JohnMartin’s free wifi.

JohnMartin’s is known for throwing a fun-filled St. Patrick’s Day celebration on March 17, and this halfway mark celebration is just a glimpse of what’s to come.

By: Sussette Rodriguez

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Pilates ProWorks New Tone & Flow Fitness Class

May 22, 2017

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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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Top Three Places for Cold Treats around Coral Gables

July 14, 2016

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1. ViXi Gelateria, 374 Miracle Mile, offers a modern space for gelato that’s made in house. Their array of flavors includes Nutella, Cookies & Cream, and Pistachio. Ingredients are made with low-fat milk, while other sorbet flavors feature berries, coconut and passion fruit are water based. Lactose intolerant individuals can indulge without the worries! And once you’ve been hooked, Vixi even offers take home pints. Score 20% off when you check in on the Yelp app.

2. CocoLimon, 126 Coral Way, gives you the freedom to create your own yogurt cup. First, select your choice between a waffle cone or a regular cup. You then proceed to choose your frozen yogurt from the levered machines. Once you’ve finished pondering which flavor of yogurt you want, it’s time to add toppings! Toppings at Cocolimon include tapioca pearls, crushed graham crackers, crushed Oreo cookies or sprinkles among others. Take an additional 20% off when you check in on the Yelp app.

3. BurgerFi, although known mostly for their burgers, this Coral Gables spot offers shakes, concretes, floats + cows and sundaes. The more than awesome pick here is the key lime flavored concrete in a cup. If you’re not into key lime flavor, there’s also red velvet and Oh My Chocolate. Burgerfi claims its “Better Than Ice Cream, Since Forever.” Share your pics with their hashtags: #FiOnTheFly #SoFli

Other Ice Cream Spots: Haagendazs, 286 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, FL and Ben & Jerry’s, 80 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, FL