Leave it up to Miami to turn a sophisticated art weekend into a popular music gathering. We started to notice last year during Art Basel, something was off, the weekend was not just about getting wasted at galleries.
I’m always a sucker for good old red-sauce Italian American restaurants that display a lot of richness in flavor. When a new restaurant opened up below the Williamsburg Bridge, headed by a chef who previously worked at Rubirosa, I was immediately hooked into checking it out.
E11EVEN Miami Operating Partner Daniel Solomon took the time to give us his take on the current state of Miami Nightlife. E11EVEN Miami is one of the few “new” venues in Miami to be successful and became an instant staple in the scene.
This has to have been one of the most entertaining restaurants I’ve been to. However, the over the top presentation plus the mediocre quality of the food just doesn’t add up to the exorbitant price.
Frank Ocean is set to headline Lovebox Festival 2017 in London. He has yet to announce any official tour dates following the release of his Blonde album, so this looks to be the first.
Introducing a digital journey behind the ropes of the gentleman’s club culture. ‘Let’s Get Lost Tonight’ by Darryl Omar captures the scene in a unique way. Be on the look out for more, Darryl has promised to deliver even more quality photography.
Interactive art installations, a short art film by Mark Anthony Green, rare photographs from Sickamore and of course a performance by some of your favorite artists, including the legend Gucci Mane.
If you’re looking for something chill to do for Art Basel Miami, Dave Grutman’s newest spot has you covered. Komodo Lounge will have sounds by Kanye West’s swag man Virgil Abloh and feature art from Hebru Brantley on Saturday, December 3.
If you haven’t heard of stumptown coffee then you probably have either probably just started drinking coffee or you stumbled upon this place because your local Starbucks was closed for recreating through binary fission.
Back in 2007, Sebastian Solano, Lukas Tracz, Patryk Tracz, and Paul Campbell put together the first Life in Color, known then as Dayglow, a cool paint party that tapped into South Florida’s electronic dance music scene.