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Spend the daylight hours with a sumptuous champagne brunch or checking out a hot new multimedia exhibition dedicated to the art of lovemaking. Subtlety is a BIG waste of time this weekend when Valentine's Day brings out the frisky in all of us.
Wolfsonian FIU Museum / 1001 Washington Avenue / Celebrate the most famous 3 week bike race Tour du France at 7pm with a screening of the short doc "Vive le Tour" followed by a talk with Greg LeMond a three-time winner who revolutionized the sport in the 80s and 90s. Afterward, view Speed Limits - a gallery presentation of 200 objects capturing the cult of speed!
PB Steak / 1787 Purdy Ave / What's in a name? Not much. The culinary brainchild of three local food guys has finally opened in the imposing shadow of the Carlos Zapata designed Publix Supermarket in the SoBe warehouse district on the west side of town. If you can find it, you'll be rewarded with a wacky small plate menu that combines Asian street foods with Spanish serrano ham or spicy Korean kimchee and crisp pork belly. Wash everything down with a craft beer or a Japanese sake and taste the rainbow.
Design District / 1 NE 40 Street / Explore the Design District at tonight's Second Saturday Art + Design Walk with wine and refreshments offered at all local galleries including City Loft Art (61 NE 40th), Art Fusion Galleries (1 NE 40th), Dorsch Gallery (151 NW 24th) and Locust Projects (155 NE 38th). See the art, check out the shoes and make a splash.
Miami Beach and the Design District are so filled with fun there is no time to sleep during this newly-minted December weekend. Art Basel and the related fairs, parties and gallery happenings are running around the clock so our game plan for December 2 through 5 promises to help you strategically navigate your way to the best of the best!
Miami Art Museum / 101 West Flagler Street / In the years before his death, contemporary artist Robert Rauschenberg called Florida home. Tonight's preview party from 6-9pm celebrates the opening of a major exhibition of his transfered images from the Copper Series along with important works lent by his estate.