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What to Do in Miami This Week [June 3-9]

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Welcome to our weekly roundup of the top events in Miami! Stay up-to-date on the latest happenings in the Magic City with our curated selection of the best restaurants and places to see and be seen.

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Tuesday, June 4: National Cheese Day at Cana Wine Bar

What to Do in Miami This Week [June 3-9] - Cana Wine Bar, El Turco, RedFarm, Wabi Sabi, weekly - June 2024

This Tuesday marks National Cheese Day, and everyone and their mother know that cheese and wine are a match made in heaven. Thus, you’ll find us sipping on boutique vino at the Coral Way location of Cana Wine Shop. This bespoke shop boasts an unrivaled collection of handpicked wines, curated by top-tier chefs and sommeliers. Here, it’s all about those rare finds from small producers. Join us from 4 to 6 p.m., which is when the happy hour happens, promising elevated sips for as little as $6 a glass. And what about the cheese? We haven’t forgotten. Cana Wine Bar offers a menu catered by everyone’s favorite butchers over at The Wagyu Bar. Get yourself a charcuterie board of mixed cheeses and cured meats, and don’t sleep on the proper tequenos — cheese sticks with aioli sauce. 

Friday, June 7: Omakase at Wabi Sabi

What to Do in Miami This Week [June 3-9] - Cana Wine Bar, El Turco, RedFarm, Wabi Sabi, weekly - June 2024
Wabi Sabi

June, aka Sushi Month, is well underway, which means we’ll be getting our sushi fix weekly, if not daily. Wabi Sabi is our go-to 305 sushi restaurant for affordable omakase that doesn’t sacrifice quality one bit. The team puts all their efforts into sourcing the most impeccable, fresh seafood that gets flown in from Japan daily and graciously put on a plate in front of you. As far as omakase here goes, there are three tiers: the chirashi omakase, which features 12-piece sashimi nestled atop sushi rice ($50), the sashimi omakase, which is 12 pieces of chef’s choice sashimi ($90), and the nigiri omakase, which is 12 pieces of chef’s choice nigiri and an additional maki roll ($100). You really can’t go wrong with any of the options, so it really just depends on what you’re in the mood for. Complete your experience with a selection of their finest sake, and you’ll see why Wabi Sabi is the ultimate sushi destination.

Saturday, June 8: Breakfast at El Turco Turkish Food

Pull up a seat next to us on the shaded patio, and let’s enjoy a leisurely weekend breakfast at El Turco. Miami’s favorite restaurant does brekkie complete justice with its spread that will have your eyes running wild. Served from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., you can totally snooze in for this one. Although something tells us, you’ll be coming through as soon as doors open. Breakfast here takes many directions — you can either order the traditional Turkish breakfast tray or order a la carte and try some of the heartier provisions. If you go for the tray, make sure to bring a bestie or come extremely hungry, as this feast is good enough to serve two. It comes packed with organic eggs cooked to your liking, fresh tomatoes and cucumbers, feta cheese, kashkaval cheese, dried black and green olives, homemade jams, freshly baked bread, simit, and Turkish tea. So sit back and let El Turco serve up a breakfast that’s nothing short of legendary.

Sunday, June 9: Brunch at RedFarm

What to Do in Miami This Week [June 3-9] - Cana Wine Bar, El Turco, RedFarm, Wabi Sabi, weekly - June 2024

Get ready for a culinary revolution as the iconic RedFarm from NYC drops its inventive Chinese flair into Coconut Grove with its new and unique brunch service. From whimsical dim-sum masterpieces to grand Chinese dishes, RedFarm injects life and flavor into the vibrant neighborhood with a weekend brunch that’s a must-hit. Stop by this Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a brunch lineup that features exclusive delights like short rib banh mi, chicken lollipops, and spicy blue-fin tuna crispy eggplant toast. On the sips front, new cocktails are shaking things up, like the ultra-refreshing Sandia Mia, made with tequila, Aperol, watermelon, mint, and cucumber, and the Nitro White Wine Kumquat Sangria, a blend of house chardonnay, brandy, Grand Marnier, kumquat, apple, and seasonal berries. See you there! 

RedFarm is located at 3131 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove, FL 33133. For more information, visit their official website.

Angelina Kurganska

Angelina Kurganska is a traveling food and tea writer. She spent years as a professional cook in North America, Asia, Europe, and North Africa. Angelina is particularly enthralled by the subtle world of Japanese cuisine and enjoys making pottery in her free time.

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