Things To Do In Miami This Week: Food & Drink Events November 26-28, 2021

This weekend, celebrate the post-Thanksgiving frenzy with Black Friday brunch, chill out with the Miami Wine Festival, or find the perfect gift as you wander the artisan market at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival.

Click to enlarge Head to Katrina Cantina for Black Friday brunch.  - Picture of Michael Pesari

Head to Katrina Cantina for Black Friday brunch.

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Cantina Katrina Brunch this weekend

Holiday shoppers can stop by and enjoy a weekend brunch at Cantina Catrina early Friday. Diners can order signature dishes like Huevos Veracruzanos – corn tortillas filled with Mexican scrambled eggs, red guajillo sauce, sour cream, gypsum plaster, red onions, and refried beans – along with margaritas or Micheladas ($15.95 when you buy any appetizer) or enjoy the new Paloma Mimosas, a wine Sparkling served with Paloma cocktail lollipop. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, at 7535 N. Kendall Dr. , Miami.

Click to enlarge The Beach House in Pompano Beach is hosting free yoga classes at the beach this weekend.  - Image courtesy of Beach House

The Beach House in Pompano Beach is hosting free yoga classes at the beach this weekend.

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Beach house yoga on the beach

Here’s a new way to honor sun salutations: Step out to the Beach House and roll out your mat for a beachfront yoga session hosted by the Yoga Joint. The Beach House at Pompano Beach will offer free lessons on Sundays. Then, participants can head to the restaurant to enjoy a free drink, 15% off lunch, and 20% off water rentals from nearby American Watersports. 10 a.m. on Sunday, November 28, at 270 N. Pompano Beach Blvd. Pompano Beach. Submission is free.

Click to enlarge Miami Wine Festival returns this weekend to the Coconut Grove Women's Club.  - Image courtesy of the Miami Wine Festival

Miami Wine Festival returns this weekend to the Coconut Grove Women’s Club.

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Miami Wine Festival

This weekend, forget about the holiday frenzy and sipping wine from around the world at the Women’s Club in Coconut Grove. The Miami Wine Festival features over 100 fine wines, champagne and sparkling wines from nearly a dozen countries including Italy, Spain, France, Argentina, Chile, Portugal, South Africa, Australia and Germany. The event includes live music, indoor/outdoor settings, the ability to try and buy wine on site, dine with cheese, charcuterie, fruit, and chocolate as well as five local restaurants that offer free samples. 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, November 27, at 2985 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami; miamieventsandfestivals.com. Tickets cost from $49 to $1,600.

Click to enlarge The South Beach Wine and Food Festival is relaunching the Artisan Food Market this weekend.  - Photo by Brastman Karino PR

The South Beach Wine and Food Festival is relaunching the Artisan Food Market this weekend.

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Artisan Food Market at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival

Back for another season, the artisan market at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival returns this weekend to its original location on the famous stretch of Lincoln Road. The collaboration with Lincoln Road Business Improvement District marks a final kick-off for SOBEWFF 2022 and will be held monthly through April in anticipation of the annual event. The market will feature a rotating list of Miami’s best restaurants with over 75 small food entrepreneurs and local businesses showcasing their artisanal creations. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, November 28, on Michigan Avenue between Lincoln Lane North and Lincoln Lane South. Submission is free.

Click to enlarge Donate to Toys for Tots at a special event at The Lincoln Eatery on Black Friday.  - Photo by CILANTRO 27

Donate to Toys for Tots at a special event at The Lincoln Eatery on Black Friday.

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Games for tacos at Lincoln Eatery

To celebrate the season of giving, take time from your Black Friday shopping to head to Lincoln Eatery in support of Toys for Tacos. Bring any new, unboxed toys to donate to Toys for Tots and get a free taco from Cilantro 27, the food court’s Peruvian-inspired ceviche bar. The event will feature live music, happy hour specials, and a wide range of dining options from over 12 restaurants. Festive feeling? Don’t miss the Ugly Sweater Competition with first prize for a $50 bar tab at Miami Eatery’s Miami Vice. 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, November 26, at 723 N. Lincoln Ln. Miami Beach. Entry is free with RSVP via eventbrite.com.

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