Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: The Fair, Grape Stomp, and St. Paddy's Day
Once again, we've made it through the work week and the weekend beckons to us. This weekend is all about indulgences.
Jacob Katel It's that time of year again when Krispy Kreme burgers seem like a good idea.
So, whether you like eating fried foods and getting tossed around afterward or drinking beer and chomping on corned beef, this weekend promises to be filled with food, drink, and good times with friends.
Crush for a Cause
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Remember that I Love Lucy episode where she tries to crush grapes, only to get into a terrible fight with a local woman? Those grapes were flying! We can only hope the same thing happens today when four of Miami's top business leaders roll up their pant legs and stomp grapes for charity at the Crush for a Cause event to raise awareness for the upcoming Veritage Miami festival to benefit United Way of Miami-Dade.
Today, March 14, at 11 a.m., watch as Miami bigwigs (Richard D. Fain, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Royal Caribbean Cruises and Chair of Veritage Miami; Jorge Perez, founder of The Related Group; Hilarie Bass, shareholder and co-president of Greenberg Traurig; and Allen Morris, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Allen Morris Company) crush grapes (and hopefully start one big fruit-fight) at 600 Brickell Avenue. What's in it for you? Thankfully no samples to drink, but you will get the chance to win tickets to Veritage Miami, which happens April 9-12.