This weekend, Eating House in Coral Gables is celebrating its ninth anniversary with a time-limited menu, and Astra is hosting a two-year celebration with music and cocktails. In addition, take part in Schnebly Redland’s Winery’s Wine Run 5K or Sunday lunch at Rosie’s at the Copper Door B&B.
Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli
Photo courtesy of Eating House
Eating House celebrates its nineth anniversary with a special menu
Starting Friday, the Coral Gables Dining House will celebrate its ninth anniversary with a special tasting menu available through March 5th. The shared menu ($ 49 per person) includes a selection of Eating House’s best-selling dishes over the years. Features include french fries with guava and bacon jam, frit sauce and pickled onions; croquetas carbonara with arborio rice, black truffle and apple wood bacon; and pancakes with dirt with Nutella, pretzels, Oreos and salted caramel butter. Until March 5, at Eating House, Blvd Ponce de Leon 804, Coral Gables; 305-448-6524; eatinghousemiami.com.
Astra’s garden-themed courtyard will take you to the Mediterranean.
Photo courtesy of Astra
Second anniversary in Astra
The Mediterranean restaurant and bar Astra turns two on Friday. To celebrate the occasion, a rooftop hangout will be hosted by DJ duo Soul Brothers. Although the Soul Brothers set starts at 8pm, it’s worth arriving in time for a cocktail and a view of the sunset overlooking Wynwood. It opens at 5pm for a cocktail. The DJ starts at 8pm on Friday, Jan. 15, at Astra, 2121 NW Second Ave., Miami; 305-573-5778; astramiami.com.
Enjoy a brunch at Rosie’s at the Copper Door B&B.
Photo courtesy of Rosie’s at the Copper Door B&B
Brunch at Rosie’s at the Copper Door B&B
What started as a pop-up window in response to the closure of the COVID-19 hotel, turned into a full-fledged culinary operation. Rosie’s at the Copper Door B&B now serves brunch every Thursday through Sunday. The menu includes shrimp and semolina (12 USD) with semolina ground in stone, roasted tomatoes and fennel, sausage; An orange cinnamon bun ($ 6) made from bee pollen; dragged pork Benedict ($ 13) made from rosemary hollandaise, roasted onions, eggs and homemade biscuits; and Dutch baby pancakes ($ 10) with vanilla yogurt, pear, blueberries, almonds and lemon honey. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Thursday through Sunday, at Rosie’s at the Copper Door B&B, 439 NW Fourth Ave., Miami; 305-454-9065; rosiesmia.com.
Photo by Monica McGivern
Wine Run 5K at Schnebly Redland’s winery
This is not your average 5K. Take part in a run this Sunday at the Schnebly Redland winery, where you’ll treat yourself to a glass of wine after tying up and running through the winery’s picturesque spaces. All participants will receive a racing T-shirt, a final medal and a glass of souvenirs after crossing the finish line. You can also sign up as a spectator if you only want to participate in the drinking section, and the virtual race option is available to those who want to run on their own. 9:00 a.m., Sunday, Jan. 17, at Schnebly Redland’s Winery, 30205 SW 217th Ave., Homestead; 305-242-1224; schneblywinery.com. Registration costs $ 40 for runners and $ 10 for spectators via runsignup.com.
Photo courtesy of Lincoln Eatery
Drunk brunch at Lincoln Eatery
On Sunday, stop by Lincoln Eatery for another iteration of the “drunk brunch,” with food and beverage specialties and entertainment. Highlights include prosecco and bottomless pinks ($ 19), fros ($ 25) and bottles of Veuve Clicquot ($ 55 each). Food products include Southern-style muffins and pancakes from Necessary Purveyor, special donuts (lime pie, maple and popcorn, strawberries and marshmallows) from Cilantro 27 and croissant sandwiches from Le Petit Bistrot. In addition, fried chicken and coconut waffles C Food Shack, shrimp semolina and toasted cheese; and oysters from Miami Vice’s raw bar. Sunday to 4 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 17, at Lincoln Eatery, 723 Lincoln Ln. N., Miami Beach; 305-695-8700; thelincolneatery.com.
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