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What You're Doing This Week- December 9-15

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Falling Whistles Dinner at Dolce

    In honor of International Human Rights Day, Tuesday, December 10, Falling Whistles has coordinated more than 25 international cities to participate in raising awareness for the crisis in the Congo. On Tuesday night at Dolce Italian at the Gale Hotel, Falling Whistles will be synced in with cities around the world that are celebrating together that as a global community- from Seoul to Sydney, Stockholm to London, Los Angeles and beyond. This special dinner costs $60 with gratuity included for a Family style feast that will include sponsored drinks. For an extra $40 you get a Whistle a Free World Reader. Dinner runs from 7-10 pm and guests are invited to continue the celebration with us in the Regent Cocktail Club to listen to Brendan O'Hara perform. If you'd like to participate and do your part, visit: www.fallingwhistles.com.

    Enjoy a Spanish Sundown Dinner without Leaving Town

    With three locations in Spain, Nikki Beach Miami is bringing a bit of Ibiza, Mallorca and Marbella to Miami Beach every Saturday night with its new Spanish Sundown Dinner series. Featuring flamenco shows, weekly food and cocktail specials and a live Paella station, Nikki Beach Miami is the perfect spot to dine before a night out on the town. The Sundown Dinners take place every Saturday, from 6 pm - 12 am. Nikki Beach is located at One Ocean Drive, in Miami Beach. Reservations can be made by emailing: miami@nikkibeach.com or calling: (305) 538-1111. For menus and more information visit: http://www.nikkibeachmiami.com/saturday-dinner/.

    Visit PAMM for Free

    This Saturday Visitors of all ages are invited to Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) to kick off the museum’s free, monthly program featuring a day of art-making, family-friendly gallery tours, performances and more. This month, celebrate Miami’s new cultural port, by building personalized model boats inspired by PAMM’s bay-front location and artist Hew Locke’s installation of suspended sea vessels, which hang from the ceiling at the museum’s entrance. Get pumped up with “First Beat,” a special drum performance taking place throughout the museum. Each hour, on the hour, 12 female drummers (from Miami and New York City) will fill PAMM with beats. PAMM is located at 1103 Biscayne Blvd., between the Adrienne Arsht Center and the American Airlines Arena. From Biscayne Blvd., go east at 11th street. The museum is located at the far east side of Museum Park, between the science museum construction site and Biscayne Bay. For more information, visit: www.pamm.org.

    A New Burger Palace

    Television personality, chef, grill master and restaurateur Bobby Flay has opened Bobby’s Burger Palace in the new wing of Dadeland Mall, just in time for Holiday crunch-time shopping.
    “At any time of year, my favorite thing to eat is a cheeseburger,” says Bobby. “And at BBP, I celebrate America’s variety of flavors, styles and cultures surrounding this classic staple, offering a selection of specialty burgers, served at a great price. Miami has great restaurants and a very forward-thinking food community, so I’m very excited to be able to share this with the families and residents of the city.” BPP serves up classic burgers and a few with a twist, along with fries, rings and 10 different milkshakes. Check out BPP at 7535 North Kendall Drive from Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Burgers range from $6.75 to $7.75; and a Kid’s BBP Burger Deal is also available. Visit www.bobbysburgerpalace.com or call (305) 667-4617 for further details. For information on Bobby Flay, visit www.bobbyflay.com.

    Aroma Espresso Bar

    Another welcomed refueling stop in Dadeland Mall comes courtesy of Aroma Espresso Bar, also located in the mall's new wing. There's fall-centric menu that features a host of delicious items infused with autumn favorites like apples, cranberries and pumpkin. If freshly baked Pumpkin-Cranberry muffins; Harvest Turkey Sandwich with cranberry sauce, sliced turkey, turkey bacon, sweet potatoes and arugula; and soul-satisfying hot beverages like Apple Cider, Peppermint Hot Chocolate; and Pumpkin Spice Latte are what you crave, then head to Aroma Espresso, the Israeli outpost, which serves up freshly brewed espresso and deliciously baked sweets and savory salads and sandwiches served fast and with style in an innovative and inviting atmosphere, utilizing fresh ingredients. Don't miss the grilled chicken sandwich or anything that includes Halumi. For more information, visit: www.aroma.us.