Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Vegan Dinners, Knaus Berry Farms Opening, and More
It's really awkward that Halloween falls on a Thursday this year. Not because we won't go out and party, but because most of our Halloween events happened this past weekend. We already got dressed up. We already took the photos. They're all over Facebook and Instagram. But Thursday will roll around and everyone will be like, But we already did this. Why are we doing it again?
Bill Wisser Scary-good things going on at Box Park this week.
Does anyone else feel like that? No? OK then.
Here's what's good to eat and drink in Miami this week.
Box Park's Just Send Veggies Dinner - Monday
Bill Wisser Ancient Grain Salad
Being a vegan is the most underrated thing ever. Not only does it open an entire world of possibilities for creative recipes, but it also makes you think really hard about what you're eating. For some, thinking while eating doesn't go hand-in-hand, but others find it necessary. But, Carrot, where did you come from? Anyway, Box Park is teaming up with Love & Vegetables' Keith Kalmanowicz and Avril Johnnidis to host a six-course vegan dinner. The dinner will benefit Love & Vegetables' mission to providing meals to the community. Dinner begins at 7 p.m. and costs $64.29 plus tax and gratuity.
Knaus Berry Farm Opens - Tuesday
It's baaaaaaack! Just when we thought we'd swear off all carbs until Thanksgiving, Knaus Berry Farm has to go open up and waft those incredible cinnamon rolls in our face. Screw you, Knaus Berry Farm! It's not fair at all. But who said life was fair? We can't wait to mow down every person in line come tomorrow's opening. Fresh fruit smoothies? Done. Seasonal fruits and vegetables? Done. Freshly baked bread? Done. Those cinnamon rolls? Done. Thrice. The farm opens tomorrow at 8 a.m. and remains open through April.
1111 SW 1st Ave., Miami, FL