The Scoop: Weekend of May 17th

In this In this week's Scoop, Michael Schwartz, the James Beard award-winning chef restaurateur behind Genuine Hospitality Group, is unveiling projects left and right these days. Parisian fashion label Equipment can count its number of boutiques on its hand, and France didn’t even make the cut. Italian luxury kitchen maker Valcucine’s new Logica Celata bar is set to be a home run here for its minimal, artistic design. And sea turtle nesting season started May 1 and runs through the end of October. This and more in the Scoop....

2019-05-17T22:33:11-04:00May 16th, 2019|

The Scoop: Weekend of May 10th

In this In this week's Scoop, Time Out Market, the long-awaited food hall imported from Lisbon, opens to the public on May 9 in South Beach. Two Palm Beach fashion experts unveiled LaunchPad, a clever retail concept for fashion, accessories and lifestyle that introduces brands to the market. Several boldface names from politicians to newscasters were spotted at the packed preview party on Wednesday night. Jerome & Co. brings the upscale salon experience to Jupiter. And the Fountainhead, a culture-focused nonprofit based in Miami, presents the inaugural “Artists Open” on May 11. This and more in the Scoop....

2019-05-16T17:32:29-04:00May 14th, 2019|

The Scoop: Weekend of May 3rd

In this In this week's Scoop, ONE SIR asked Palm Beach publicist Averill Conley to curate its first local’s guide for South Florida. Some of the biggest names in wellness are descending on the Miami Design District’s Paradise Plaza this weekend. Fort Lauderdale is set for a new, fast-casual luncheonette by the same husband-and-wife restaurateurs behind local dining and drinking destinations such as the Wilder, Rhythm & Vine and the Whole Enchilada. And textile artist Sheila Hicks has come a long way since she left her native Nebraska for a career in Paris. This and more in the Scoop....

2019-05-16T17:29:57-04:00May 14th, 2019|

The Scoop: Weekend of April 26th

In this In this week's Scoop, On view at Pérez Art Museum Miami through September 1, “Beatriz González: A Retrospective” gives the Colombian octogenarian her just due in the U.S. Hungering for a family-friendly restaurant with global cuisine and a hip atmosphere in Tequesta, two mothers with seven sons between them opened Joscō Bar & Oven. Called the Ferrari for flip flops, MasterCraft debuted its most impressive wakeboarding watercraft to date in Florida this year. Sotheby’s International Realty is synonymous with luxury home sales in the Sunshine State. The firm released its 2018 results for Florida, and numbers don’t lie: $8.9 billion in Florida sales volume; 10,215 transactions closed and 2,608 listings over $1 million. This and more in the Scoop....

2019-04-27T10:50:32-04:00April 27th, 2019|

The Scoop: Weekend of April 19th

In this In this week's Scoop, the Webster, Laure Hériard Dubreuil’s celebrated den of chic, is moving into housewares. Since Easter weekend boasts countless brunches and egg hunts, we narrowed down our picks throughout South Florida. As the official real estate partner of the Miami Heat, ONE SIR congratulates professional basketball player Dwyane Wade on his well-deserved retirement.. and Equestrian sport fans are in for a super treat this weekend, as two major events take place in Miami Beach and Wellington. This and more in the Scoop....

2019-04-19T15:09:37-04:00April 19th, 2019|

The Scoop: Weekend of March 8th

In this In this week's Scoop, Boca Raton-based IPIC Entertainment unveiled its 16th cinema with a cool seating option. Speaking of film, the Miami International Film Festival premiered two movies about the regional art scene. Dig out your favorite hat for the 11th annual Vizcaya Preservation Luncheon on March 12 and South Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood snagged another upscale dining spot. This and more in the Scoop....

2019-03-23T07:45:37-04:00March 23rd, 2019|

The Scoop: Weekend of February 28th

In this In this week's Scoop, Java & Jam opens in Las Olas in time for spring breakers seeking healthy meets hearty meals before or after hitting the beach. New World Symphony’s 31st annual gala at its Frank Gehry-designed New World Center on March 2 is geared to a much broader audience than classical music lovers. As part of the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Hermès invited several of its partner riders including Olympian Anne Kursinski, Nick Dello Joio and Lucy Deslauriers to preview its new, feather-light Vivace saddle for show jumping, and before he passed away at the age of 98 in 2017, Bal Harbour Shops developer Stanley Whitman sat down to tell his life story to architecture writer Alastair Gordon. This and more in the Scoop....

2019-03-23T11:30:05-04:00March 1st, 2019|

The Scoop: Weekend of February 15th

In this In this week's Scoop, Garden lovers from Vero Beach to Stuart attend Heathcote Botanical Gardens’ Bonsai Bash in Fort Pierce. A significant chapter in South Beach history is the subject of a new documentary, photography book and exhibit. After a hiatus, Singer Island Beach Polo returns on February 23. And Pubbelly chef cofounder Jose Mendin partnered with Latin American actor Julián Gil to open La Placita in Miami’s Upper East Side neighborhood. This and more in the Scoop....

2019-02-16T12:59:54-04:00February 16th, 2019|

The Scoop: Weekend of February 8th

In this In this week's Scoop, South Florida art lovers are in for a big treat this weekend. Aloha Redland, a new bucolic oasis for wellness retreats and organic produce in Homestead, is hosting a plant-based dinner during Presidents’ Day Weekend on February 17. Head to the second annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach daily through February 20, and Collectors of luxury watches and cars and other over-the-top treasures know the Miami Design District is the place to be on Presidents’ Day Weekend. This and more in the Scoop....

2019-02-09T13:16:54-04:00February 9th, 2019|

The Scoop: Weekend of February 1st

In this In this week's Scoop, It took 106 local volunteers, 632 hours and 30,000 pounds of willow saplings to build this art installation. Even diners without a sweet tooth remember every bite of Hedy Goldsmith’s desserts. Jupiter is in full swing for season with culinary experiences of all sorts and Stuart’s 32nd annual ArtsFest is so much more than picking up a new work to hang over the sofa. This and more in the Scoop....

2019-02-02T11:01:35-04:00February 2nd, 2019|