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Vivas Abejas at Toro Toro
Through Sunday, April 24, in honor of Earth Day (April 22), the InterContinental Miami’s signature restaurant Toro Toro provides a particular plant-based menu, Viva Abejas — a phrase that roughly interprets to “long live bees.” From now till April 24, friends can take pleasure in this buzz-worthy, limited-time menu created by chef Richard Sandoval, which includes bee-centric merchandise resembling edible flowers, honey, bee pollen, and avocado to remind friends of the significance of bees to our culinary ecosystem. Toro Toro is one in all greater than two dozen eating places across the globe serving the menu, with a portion of proceeds from all Viva Abejas menu objects donated to the Help Save the Bees Foundation. Additionally, in a playful name to motion, the menu contains cocktails that include wildflower seed tags, which friends can take house and plant to create more room of their yards and gardens for bees to pollinate. Viva Abejas runs by way of Sunday, April 24; 100 Chopin Plz., Miami; 305-372-4710; torotoromiami.com/occasions.
Downtown Homestead Farmers’ Market
Come out to the season’s final Downtown Homestead Farmers’ Market and rating your fill of regionally grown produce, artisan wares, and extra. Bee lovers take be aware: Bee Heaven Farm shall be on-site, providing Moroccan-style preserved citrus, contemporary greens, herbs, heirloom cherry tomatoes, contemporary eggs, teas, flowers, and extra. Wednesday, April 13, from 3 to six p.m. at City Hall Plaza, 100 Civic Ct., Homestead; cityofhomestead.com.
VeritageMiami Craft Beer Tasting
Celebrating its twenty sixth 12 months, VeritageMiami is rebooting its annual occasion collection, which invitations South Florida foodies to eat and drink to profit United Way Miami. This week, the collection continues with VeritageMiami’s craft beer tasting, an interactive occasion at Wynwood Walls. More than two dozen breweries — together with native craft producers and plenty of from across the nation — will showcase craft suds alongside an assortment of small-bite dishes from native eating places. South Florida-based breweries embody Unbranded Brewing Co., Barrel of Monks, Shojo Beer Co., Veza Sur, Tripping Animals, Dogfish Head Miami, and the Tank. Restaurants embody Shuckin’ Southern Eatery, Mr. Baguette, Bolivar Restaurant Bar Lounge, and Old Lisbon. VIP entry provides one-hour early entry, entry to an unique lounge that features craft cocktails, leisure, and the “Wine Within the Walls” personal wine-tasting expertise, adopted by entry to the beer tasting. Thursday, April 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. at 2520 NW Second Ave., Miami; 305-646-7105. General admission prices $100 per particular person (VIP $135) at veritagemiami.com.
Riverwalk Rhythm & Brews
South Florida’s largest manufacturing craft brewery, Funky Buddha, is partnering with the Riverwalk to supply an all-new out of doors occasion in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Riverwalk Rhythm & Brews is a family-friendly out of doors occasion that brings collectively dwell music, meals, and craft drinks. Attendees can partake in free garden video games, take heed to dwell music by Spider Cherry, nosh on eats from meals vans curated by the Burger Beast, and — in fact — sip chilly beer and laborious seltzer offered by Funky Buddha. Friday, April 15, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at 400 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale; the occasion is free to attend.