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November 2018 Concierge Newsletter

 November is upon as season starts to kick into high gear with multiple events throughout the entire month. Did you get on the guest list for The Downton Abbey Exhibit in West Palm Beach? How about the second Round at the Nexus Shooting Range? Better yet have you RSVP’d for the Blo Blow Dry Bar event? Just click on the banner to reserve a time. Stay tuned and check your emails because we still have a few events we are working on and remember to get that RSVP back quickly to ensure your spot.

If you’ve never been to Camelot Days in Hollywood now is your chance. We are also offering a special Where Magazine pricing when you buy tickets online just use the promo code WHERE2018. Did you know that the Miami International Airport is celebrating 90 years of service with a Social Media promotion for a chance to win two American Airlines Tickets. Check out the details and get your entry in today.

As Art Basel approaches, we highlight some of the artists and events that lie ahead. Our cover this month is of local artist J. Steven Manolis whose Manolis Projects in Little Haiti is a modern day 19th Century French Salon of Art. Two of the biggest art experiences during art week include Red Dot Miami and Spectrum Miami in Wynwood. Look forward to seeing you there.

A special shout out to Pedro Ortega from The Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood for stepping up as the Where Magazine Concierge of the Month. It’s such a beautiful property and just keeps getting better. Make sure you congratulate him!

If you need anything from us here at Where please let me know!

kenneth.kessel@wheremagazine.com

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Blo Blow Dry Bar Aventura

Blo is North America’s Original Blo Dry Bar. No cuts, no color, just wash, blo and go. Plus Blo Aventura offers makeup services, making it your one stop shop to get glam. Whether you are looking for some me-time pampering or to gather your besties for brunch and blow outs, you don’t need a special occasion for fabulous hair.

18795 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, FL 33180 786-613-7171

www.blomedry.com

 

 


Red Dot Miami

Join us for a five-day contemporary art experience amidst the excitement and prestige of Miami Art Week. Red Dot Miami shines the spotlight on 50+ top galleries from around the world, showcasing work from over 300 contemporary artists. The show also presents a host of specially curated programs to give you insights on collecting your favorite pieces of art, as well as live entertainment, unparalleled people-watching, and late-night celebrity-splashed soirees. And this year, Red Dot Miami is moving to the heart of the trendy Wynwood Arts District and taking over the iconic Mana Wynwood. Best of all, your ticket gets you into Spectrum Miami, another must-see contemporary art show co-located at Mana Wynwood with Red Dot Miami during Miami Art Week. Don't miss your chance to be at the epicenter of the art world this Dec. 5–9. Mana Wynwood

2217 NW 5th Avenue @ NW 22nd Street, Miami, FL 33127

http://reddotmiami.com



Camelot Days at TY Park

Camelot Days is bringing the days of yore back to TY Park. Centrally located off of I-95 and Sheridan in Hollywood, Florida, Camelot Days allows you to relive the magic of the past.

Explore our kingdom full of knights, princesses, musicians, magicians, dancers, artisans, and jesters. Cheer for your favorite side at the living chess game and JOUST! Feast like a King on hearty food and drink. Shop for fine handcrafted treasures in the Artists’ Market. Enjoy challenging games and entertaining shows for all ages!

Tickets are just $15 for adults (use online promo code WHERE2018 for $3 off), $3 for kids (6-12 yrs), and kids under 6 are free!

3300 N. Park Rd., Hollywood, FL 33021

www.CamelotDays.com

 


Manolis Projects

Manolis Projects of Miami houses artists that gather together to exhibit their works as a collective and engage in a visual dialogue within a 5,000-square foot studio environ­ment. This is a welcome modern version of the 19th century French salons, where artists not only interact with each other, but share their vision and pas­sion for making art with the public, as well.

335 NE 59 St., Miami, FL 33137 786-360-2833

https://www.jstevenmanolisart.com/

 

 


Miami International Airport

Take a walk down memory lane with MIA’s new vintage exhibition, Miami International Airport: A Hub for History. Brought to life in collaboration with HistoryMiami Museum, the exhibition highlights important milestones from the airport’s 90 years of service. On display are photographs, artifacts, uniforms and archival video featuring celebrity MIA arrivals and other notable events since the airport’s first flight on September 15, 1928 to now.

To continue the celebration, the #MIAmemories photo contest invites travelers to post photos of their most memorable moments at MIA on social media using the hashtag for a chance to win two American Airlines tickets.

P.O. Box 025504, Miami, FL 33102-5504 305-876-7000

http://www.miami-airport.com/MIAmemories.asp



Spectrum Miami

Discover Spectrum Miami, a curated contemporary art show in the heart of Miami’s artsiest ’hood. Back in the Wynwood District for the first time since 2015, Spectrum Miami is taking over the iconic Mana Wynwood. Featuring an international slate of artists and galleries, it’s where contemporary meets extraordinary. Join us for a five-day fine art experience, featuring Art Labs, Art Talks, Meet the Artist sessions, music, entertainment, and other special events. Best of all, your ticket to gets you into Red Dot Miami, another must-see contemporary art show co-located at Mana Wynwood with Spectrum Miami during Miami Art Week. Don't miss your chance to be at the epicenter of the art world this Dec. 5–9. Spectrum Miami Mana Wynwood

2217 NW 5th Avenue @ NW 22nd Street, Miami, FL 33127

http://spectrum-miami.com


EVENTS FOR NOVEMBER 2018

John Offerdahl's Gridiron Grill-Off Food, Wine & Music Festival
Pompano Beach Amphitheater (The Amp), Pompano Beach FL
11/10/2018 - 12:00 pm - 5:30 pm
https://gridirongrilloff.com/tickets/

Boots & Bourbon Country Music Festival at Deerfield Beach
Main Beach Parking Lot, Deerfield Beach FL
11/17/2018 - 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
www.deerfield-beach.com/1188/Boots-Bourbon-Country-Music-Festival

Boca Raton Wine & Food Festival and Grand Tasting
Sanborn Square Park
11/9/ - 11/10/2018
http://www.bocaratonwineandfoodfestival.com/

Miami Book Fair
Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus, Miami
11/11 – 11/18/2018
MiamiBookFair.com

The Betsy’s A Cappella Festival
The Betsy Hotel and other various locations in South Beach
11/16 – 11/18/2018
betsyacafest.com

NASCAR’S FORD Championship Weekend
Homestead Miami Speedway, Homestead
11/16 – 11/18/2018
homesteadmiamispeedway.com


The Diplomat Beach Resort a Curio Collection by Hilton

AN ICONIC FLORIDA BEACH RESORT, REBORN

A grand re-imagining of a legendary Florida resort, The Diplomat Beach Resort brings iconic hospitality back, wrapped in a spirited escape-to-sunny-shores feeling. Rising above the Atlantic surf and beyond the expected, our vibrant Hollywood destination extends its stylish flair from coast to Intracoastal – a Florida playground rendered to contemporary perfection. We do lively well here – and have endless ways to connect, recharge, and recreate. Slip out to the shore, into the lagoon pool, away to a private cabana – havens all – and enjoy your chaise, the sun, and the sparkling personality of our blissful beachside treasure. Creative culinary and entertainment star in multiple dimensions, and matchless ways, restating The Diplomat’s status as a glamorous Gold Coast host with an exuberant social side.

3555 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood, Florida, 33019 954.602.6000

https://www.diplomatresort.com



ASK THE EXPERT
CONCIERGE Q&A

Pedro Ortega | Concierge The Diplomat Beach Resort a Curio Collection by Hilton 3555 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood, Florida, 33019 954.602.6000

What do you love most about Fort Lauderdale?

What I definitely love about Ft Lauderdale is the fact that is the perfect escape destination of Miami, located only 25 minutes with extraordinary dinning destination at the world - renowned Las Olas Blvd and at the beautiful Ft Lauderdale Beach; The Venice of America offers a wide array of shops, restaurants, bars, and hotels amongst the strip creating a very unique experience right on the beach. East Las Olas Blvd has a mile of upscale shops and restaurants. Across the railway lines, West Las Olas caters to a younger crowd. There are funky nightclubs and restaurants between the railway lines and the Broward Center for the Performing Arts and extraordinary rooftops which is the new trend in the city.

Where are your favorite spots for the quintessential Fort Lauderdale selfie?

In my personal opinion the great place for a selfie would be the top of the SE 17th Street Causeway that offers breathtaking vistas of the Hilton Ft Lauderdale Marina and the iconic Pier 66 Marinas along of the views of Millionaires Row and the skylines of Ft Lauderdale Beach and Downtown.

What is your favorite "live like a local" secret you share with your guest?

I am myself a runner so what I try to suggest to my guests is to take a run on the beach side on the Ft Lauderdale Beach Strip, Ft Lauderdale is also known for the local markets, the Yellow Green Farmer Market down in Hollywood which happens to be my favorite offers healthy smoothies, green juices and vegan and vegetarian items in every restaurant; also, there is always live musical entertainment, special events, chefs’ demonstrations, children’s activities, and plenty of prepared food to enjoy. Breweries and brewpubs have been popping up over Broward County in the last few years, delighting craft beer enthusiasts. The Native Brewing Company is one of the oldest, but LauderAle, Khoffner and of course Funky Buddha are also worth a try.

Tell us about your dining options at the Diplomat Hotel?

The restaurants in my property are just spectacular, please see below our 3 different dining destinations:

Diplomat Prime: The restaurant sets the standards for steak and seafood fine dining. This intimate dining experience offers the freshest catches and prime beef with impressive wine selections.

Monkitail: Celebrity Chef Michael Schulson brings this modern Japanese fare to our beautiful luxurious Resort. The menu is a contemporary take to the classic Izakaya, featuring sharable small plates and sushi as well as an array of specialty cocktails and sake, recently voted # 1 Hotel Restaurant in the nation.

Point Royal: This restaurant by Geoffrey Zakarian is our indoor – outdoor Coastal American establishment featuring a lively raw bar and cocktail using local flavors.

For a guest looking for a night on the town, what would you recommend?

Starting with one of the most happening Happy Hours in town at Louie Bossi’s a favorite local or Grill 401 both on Las Olas Blvd. For evening drinking, Fort Lauderdale boasts several speakeasy-inspired bars, like Stache and Apothecary 330. when I travel to any city I try to go to rooftops for that reason I suggest to go to one of my absolutely favorite place The Rooftop@1WLO with live DJ, offering hand crafted cocktails, light fares and outstanding views of the City; recently I went to The Balcony on Las Olas Blvd place that I felt in love immediately, this is an upscale two-story restaurant which features an open-air rooftop offering an authentic taste of New Orleans, which blends French, Spanish, West African, Amerindian, German, Italian, Irish and Vietnamese influences and ingredients and last but not least The Muse in Hollywood FL the newest skyline gathering spot. Vibrant and chic, with breathtaking views, relax with signature cocktails and bar bites

What are some off-the-beaten path places, visitors should see?

From my own experiences and feed - backs from my guests I believe that The Riverside Market and Café the Ft Lauderdale location is the perfect off-the-beaten path, Serving over 550 crafts beers, this place has earned the title of “Fort Lauderdale’s Official Craft Beer Hangout, in the menu pizzas are the most also the subs and wraps are to die for. For brunch the restaurant offers a unique pizza and eggs that our guests can pair with any of the local beers.

 

 

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