Below we have the top three picks for this Monday, be sure to enjoy some of the best art, film, music and dance Miami has to offer.
FOOD & DRINKS:
Chef Allen’s Farm-to-Table Monday Night Dinner: Full of Fall Flavors @ Books & Books (Biscayne Blvd) – Every Monday in November: FALL FULL OF FLAVOR Chef Allen’s 5-Course, Plant-based Farm-to-Table Dinner. Enjoy a delicious meal, served community-style, surrounded by local growers presented in collaboration with the Arsht Center and Urban Oasis Project.
This Monday, November 26th City Theatre and Books and Books will partner for the holidays with Chef Allen’s delicious Farm to Table Dinner celebrating Thanksgiving, accompanied by City Theatre’s entertaining Taste of Winter Shorts!
On the menu of entertainment are two WINTER SHORTS favorites and a special preview of this year’s festival, performed by City Theatre’s talented acting ensemble, and directed by Margaret M. Ledford and Gladys Ramirez.
On the food menu you will find roast beet hummus toast, arugula, feta, pecans buckwheat arugula salad, sweet potatoes, cranberries, maple-apple cider vinegar, chimichurri roasted cauliflower,red grapes, red onion farmers vegetable stuffed baked potato, carrot ginger puree, micro herbs pumpkin flan honey crisp apple – nutmeg chutney. Event is from 6:30 PM-8:30 PM. Tickets start at $35.40.
Chef Allen’s Farm-to-Table Monday Night Dinner: Full of Fall Flavors @ The Café at Books & Books – 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33132
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FOOD & DRINKS:
Beaches Before Bridges @ Nikki Beach Miami (Miami Beach) – Enjoy light bites and cocktails today at 4PM for $5 Mojitos, $7 glasses of house wine (red, white or rosé), $1.25 oysters, $7 conch fritters, $7 coconut shrimp, $10 pizzas and complimentary parking. Spend the afternoon playing life-sized Jenga, Ping-Pong and other fun games. Specials also available at the bar only.
Film Screening “Elegy” @ Temple Beth Sholom (Miami Beach) – The Phillip Roth retrospective film series continues with “Elegy” based on the book “Dying Animal”. Director Isabel Coixet’s elegant tale of obsession explores the relationship between a highly respected professor (Ben Kingsley) and an impossibly gorgeous grad student (Penélope Cruz). As their relationship deepens, the professor finds his ego challenged by the girl’s enchanting beauty. Dennis Hopper, Peter Sarsgaard, and Patricia Clarkson co-star. Hosted by Temple Beth Sholom at 7PM-9PM.
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