Mid-January 2020 Newsletter
Vol. 8 No. 02
Member News
Saturday, February 1st: QUALITY MEATS Superbowl Dinner Party
Live DJ and a Greatest Hits 3 course menu of our best cuts for $125/ per person. The DJ will start at 7:30 and seating opens at 5pm. There will be Themed party favors from each opposing teams and some surprise guests. its going to be epic and fun for all.

Thursday, January 30th
We are partnering with Make a Wish for a Charity event on Thursday 1/30/20 in the lead up to Superbowl weekend.Tickets are available on event brite and go straight through a 3rd person party to the charity.
Cirque due Soleil Alegria, Now Performing Through February 17th
Click image for concierge link for ticket purchases


Kirk Jewelers has now joined the Brickell City Centre

December Events
Miami Jewish Film Festival
January 9 - 23
South Florida

Hosted by the Miami Jewish Film Society, this year’s edition of the Miami Jewish Film Festival will include screenings at various locations around Miami throughout the month of January. The festival began in 1996 and the annual attendance continues to grow. Venues include Regal South Beach Cinemas, Miami Beach Cinematheque, Coral Gables Art Cinema, O Cinema, Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center, Temple Beth Am, Miami Beach JCC, Aventura Arts & Cultural Center and Miami Theater Center. Show times and ticket prices vary.

Art Deco Weekend
January 17 - 19
Various Venues
Miami Beach, FL

Browse vintage art and photography, catch a retro fashion show or listen to live music at the Jazz Age At Art Deco event. This free, three-day outdoor festival takes place on Ocean Drive between 6th and 13th streets, and features more than 85 individual events. Highlights include the Bark Deco Dog Show, Retro Fashion Show, Classic Car Show, Deco Kids Club, plus loads of live entertainment, lectures and guided tours.
Beaux Arts Festival of Art
January 18 - 19
University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL

Back for its 69th annual edition, the Beaux Arts Festival of Art showcases the best art, crafts, and other media platforms from more than 200 fine art exhibitors at the University of Miami. More than 25,000 people are expected to attend this year’s festival. The event also features live entertainment, children’s art activities and tasty dining options. Be sure to check out the Student Art Showcase, an opportunity to see more than 350 pieces of art entered for a juried contest by local middle and high schoolers.
World Cup Sailing Series & Festival
January 19 - 25
Coconut Grove, FL

What better way is there to enjoy and celebrate a competitive sporting event than with a big party? U.S. Sailing’s premier event, the 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami is one stop in the sailing’s World Cup Series tour. Witness top-level Olympic sailing hopefuls from all corners of the globe battling for top honors on Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove. Come out to Regatta Park, located at 2700 S. Bayshore Drive in the heart of Coconut Grove, for the World Cup Series Festival. Enjoy food, fun and activities for all ages. There will even be a jumbotron for those who prefer to watch the action from the comfort of shore.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade
January 22: 11am
Liberty City, Miami, FL

Celebrate history with great fanfare and marching bands at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade in Liberty City. The parade takes place at 11 a.m. along NW 54th Street on a route from NW 10th Avenue to NW 32nd Avenue and ends with a celebration at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Park. The parade includes drill teams, dancing, equestrians, classic cars, motorcycles, civic, church and community leaders. At MLK Memorial Park, there will be a daylong celebration in Dr. King’s honor including soul food stands, music, children’s activities and more.
Homestead Championship Rodeo
January 24 - 26
Homestead, FL

Calling all cowboys and cowgirls! The Homestead Championship Rodeo is sure to be a weekend full of fun for the whole family, including the crowning of the Homestead Rodeo Queen and a free parade in downtown Homestead. This is the 70th edition of the annual Homestead Championship Rodeo, an event officially sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Stick around to see who will be crowned king and queen of the rodeo!
International Chocolate Festival at Fairchild
January 25 - 26
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens
Coral Gables, FL

Forget those New Year’s resolutions just for this one chocolate-filled weekend. Unleash your sweet tooth at the 14th Annual Chocolate Festival at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. Enjoy artisanal chocolate treats, learn about how chocolate is made and watch cooking demonstrations. You can even learn how to grow and take care of your own cacao tree. Tickets start at $25 for adults and $12 for kids. Children 5 and under are free.
Fine Arts Festival at Pinecrest Gardens
January 25 - 26
Pinecrest Gardens
Pinecrest, FL

Located at the picturesque Pinecrest Gardens, peruse through paintings, sculptures, photography and other fine artwork at the 2020 South Motors Fine Arts Festival. It’s the 17th edition of the festival, where you’ll find both local and international art in a lush tropical setting. There will also be live music, food vendors and activities for children. The festival is free to the public.
Super Bowl Live:
Presented By Verizon
January 25 - Feb 01
Bayfront Park
Downtown Miami, FL

Super Bowl Live will be taking place at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami. This festival will feature evening concerts at the Amphitheater, a Huddle Down community stage, Road to the 11th Super Bowl activation, Tailgate Town featuring a culinary stage, an environmental village, live water shows, evening parades, fireworks and more. This will be the first time that visitors and the community at large will have an opportunity to celebrate all things Super Bowl at a free-to-the-public event.
Thank You
to our sponsors
Map Sponsors
Index Sponsors
Concierge Birthdays

01/02 Youssef Bali, EDITION
01/04 Catalina Angel, Fontainebleau
01/04 Charlynne Perrotta, Fontainebleau
01/08 Noel Lanzas, Ritz Carlton Res. MB
01/10 Brian Bean, EDITION
01/12 George Fernandez, Acqualina
01/13 Ekaterina Sizenova
01/13 Mickey Montella, FAENA
01/15 Mario Paezi, JW Marriott Turnberry


01/17 Austin Harper, Fontainebleau
01/19 Jenny Dybeli, St. Regis
01/20 Oana Popescu, Newport Hotel
01/20 Julia Privis, Ritz Carlton Bal Harbour
01/24 Randy Marchan, Carillon
01/25 Guilherme De Melo, Carillon
01/30 Brad Low, W South Beach
01/31 Delio Batista, Trump National Doral
Sports

Miami Heat (NBA)
vs. San Antonio
01/15: 7:30pm

vs. Sacramento
01/20: 5:00pm

vs. Washington
01/22: 7:30pm

vs. LA
01/24: 8:00pm

vs. Orlando
01/27: 7:30pm

vs. Boston
01/28: 7:30pm




Florida Panthers (NHL)
vs. Los Angeles
01/16: 7:00pm
Arts & Concerts

Adrienne Arsht
Performing Arts Center
1300 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33132
South Florida Concert Venues
AmericanAirlines Arena
BB&T Center
Cruzan Amphitheatre
Bayfront Park
Fillmore Miami Beach
Hard Rock Stadium
South Florida's Newest Restaurants to Try
Gitano
3500 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140
305-534-8800

The high-end Mexican eatery, which began in hip Mexican vacation destination Tulum and expanded to New York City last year, has set up shop at Casa Faena. Guests can dine on dishes like grilled avocado with ponzu and young coconut salad in the multi-level rustic indoor/outdoor space, while snapping selfies in front of the pink neon Gitano sign and large disco ball installation.

CHICA Miami
5556 NE 4th Ct
Miami, FL 33137
786-632-7725

Top Chef Masters alum Lorena Garcia has returned to Miami to debut her restaurant Chica’s second location. The extensive menu is focused around cuisines from Latin and South America, and boasts everything from ceviche to tacos to arepas and even a Argentine-style “parrillada” showcasing a variety of meats that can easily feed at least three people.

Gregory's Diner
7301 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33138
305-846-9130

The team behind one of Miami’s most popular restaurants, Mandolin Aegean Bistro, has expanded their Miami restaurant footprint with Gregory’s, an all day diner inspired by their grandparents. On the menu is updates on classic diner fare like cheeseburgers, triple-level club sandwiches, alongside more refined dishes like grilled snapper, mole clams, a roving cheese cart and even a caviar service. 
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