Wall Street is the original and foremost Tapas restaurant in Miami. Those craving for a mix of gourmet Latin, Spanish, and Asian cuisine should look no further than the Wall Street restaurant at Brickell Bridge.
Featuring zesty spices from across the globe in dishes specially prepared by the famed Chef Danny Ramirez, Wall Street offers a delicious blend that could satisfy any palate. Meals range from seafood, meats and poultry, to strictly vegetarian recipes. When the main course is over, top it off with specialty drinks and desserts.
Complementing the mouth-watering fine foods is the excellent service and ambient atmosphere. Wall Street Restaurant provides for almost any occasion, from Bachelor and Bachelorette parties to birthdays. Weekend live music DJs also set the scene for wonderful nights out and memorable dinner dates. Stop by and dine in one of the newest and most original restaurants at Brickell Bridge
The 2nd annual Brickell Food and Wine Festival is tonight celebrating the best of Brickell Restaurants and Bars. This two day festival is located on the vacant land next to The Mark and Jade.
Several participants include:
Expect heavy traffic due to WMC / Ultra in Downtown, so I suggest leaving early. For those that want to avoid the crowd all together the festival will also be open Sunday Night. For more information goto http://www.tasteofbrickell.com/.
Epic Hotel’s KYMA Lounge will now be offering complimentary admissions to those in Rick C.’s list. Those who come to KYMA Lounge’s Friday party nights are welcomed to the pinnacle of upscale entertainment. With its luxurious rooms and amazing views, Epic Hotel is making itself out to be the ‘go to’ place for the Miami experience.
The KYMA Lounge features 2 floors, the 1st for wild party goers and the 2nd for those itching for a closer, more intimate atmosphere. With LED lighting, circular bars on each floor, flat screen TVs, and custom lounge furniture, the lounge offers every opportunity for a great night.
Guests will be arriving at the Epic Hotel by both car and boat. Boats can stop by and order cocktails on the go. Those staying will come to appreciate one of the most impressive high-rise buildings in the Miami River.
Going solo on V-day? Engage in the Lonely Hearts Dinner at Edge, Steak & Bar. Mingle, match, and possible make contact with that special someone.
The Lonely Hearts Dinner will be held in Edge’s private dining rooms on February 14th, 7pm. The dinner is priced at $65 per person.
Those attending the dinner will be treated to a choice of more than 4 gourmet meals ranging from seafood towers to roasted prime rib. February 10th to 14th marks the availability of the shared couples menu, offering $75 per person meals meant to be enticingly shared with aphrodisiac elements.
Thanks to the Florida State University Alumni Association and the Miami Seminole Club, fellow Noles can gather and talk to other Alumni and old class mates at Burgers and Beer Joint.
Burgers and Beer Joint located in Mary Brickell Village at 900 South Miami Avenue on the first level sports an impressive selection of 99 beers and countless burgers all setup with Flat Screen TVs. The Burgers are huge and juicy with a type for everybody.
In the back is where the real party begins, Miami Seminole Club host game watching parties complete with drink specials:
$3 Miller Lite, Presidente & Coors Lite bottles
• 4 for $10 PBR tall-boy can
• $5 Liquor Drinks (Vodka, Early Times, Jimador, Bombay & Bacardi)
• $8 PBR Pitchers
• $6 FSU Chili Cheese Nachos with Cilantro Sour Cream
*As always, admission is free and drink specials are extended to paid members and guests ($5 admission for guests). We encourage you to renew your membership online (www.miaminoles.com) before the game to avoid delays at the registration table.
The place gets packed especially for night games.
Brickell really has grown over the year with new restaurants opening every month. Wouldn’t it be great to try them all at once?
Well now you can, Taste of Brickell is holding their inaugural food and wine festival March 26. It sounds like a fun time. Will keep you updated!
Some participating restaurants include:
- Crazy About You
- Dolores but you can call me Lolita
- Sushi Maki
- Boiler House Restaurant and Lounge
- Baru Urbano
- Gordon Biersh
- Chophouse Miami
- The Oceanaire
March 26th, 2011
1201 Brickell Bay Drive Miami, Fl 33131
for more information visit http://www.tasteofbrickell.com
Whoever thought of the name Munchies is a genius. How can you not talk about a place with a name like that? Instant marketing.
After a really late night, I and many Brickell party goers often find myself at Munchies. Munchies located right off 95 and 8th street, offers some of the best columbian style burgers and during the wee morning hours. Withe potatoes chip strings inside the burgers, they bring a Latin twist that may have prevented many hangovers. Their delivery service is definitely not dominos, so expect a small wait, especially after 3 a.m.
During regular hours, I have enjoyed their churrasco wraps. A sliced churrasco steak in a wheat wrap with lettuce and tomatoes give a healthy twist to a full churrasco meal. During the day, they provide a less expensive alternative to the posh restaurants in Brickell.
For More information call:
The Munchies at Brickell
250 SW Eighth St.