Stories with 'drink' tag

How-To Taco Tuesday

Join us on Tuesday, April 2nd at Tacos and Tattoos as we build our own tacos, have some drinks, and talk about the food and culture that makes Tacos and Tattoos a staple of West Kendall.

/ March 18, 2019


VEGAN BLOCK PARTY

Join us for South Florida’s first ever plant based party! Enjoy a night of vegan food, local vendors, brews & beverages, live music, speakers, entertainment, and more! General admission tickets are on sale now and come with a complimentary Swag Bag filled with $50+ of free product samples!

/ August 29, 2018


SOLD OUT! A Night Out in Historic Overtown

On September 6th, join The New Tropic, in partnership with the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau on a neighborhood crawl through one of Miami’s oldest and fastest-changing neighborhoods, Historic  Overtown. This progressive meal will feature some of its best cultural, historic, and foodie spots, new and old. #FoundInMiami  The evening will kick off at […]

/ August 14, 2018


Lincoln Road Guide

Lincoln Road is the country’s second pedestrian district ever created. Every block is full of history and culture that reflect Miami’s evolution since 1912. There’s a mix of architectural designs all over the area, theater, art studios, restaurants for every craving and mood and community activities both locals and visitors can enjoy all year long. Walk, eat, observe and participate.

/ June 21, 2018


Looking for a spot to watch the World Cup in Miami? We’ve got you.

Looking for a spot to watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Miami? We’ve got you.

/ June 14, 2018


Where to drink on Lincoln Road

Either a Cuban mojito, a Brazilian caipirinha or a beer made in Miami, Lincoln Road will find you a drink during the day or night. There are a few happy hour specials for drinks after work or something before going to bed. ¡Salud!

/ June 1, 2018


Where to eat and drink in Curaçao

This tropical island is full of fresh ingredients, the freshest fish you’ve ever had, and way better takes on Curaçao liqueur than we have in the U.S.

/ April 1, 2017