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What to do on Easter in Miami? We decide to investigate. We are not the only ones doing so, as per usual Miami starts evacuating early to any beach with an eye on the waves in order to stay out of the slip-slop.

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Arguably one of the best parts of Easter Sunday is all the great meals around town. With Easter right around the corner it’s time to make plans for everyone’s favorite pastel-filled holiday. Here’s 10 top spots in Miami to dine on Easter Sunday — no matter the mood or budget. Thomas Keller’s swanky Surfside eatery will be offering up a special Easter Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For $125 per person, diners will begin the meal with a selection of pastries, fruit, and raw bar items, before choosing a main course from options like fried chicken and waffles, crab eggs Benedict, and Maine lobster Louie. To wrap up the meal dessert will be served family style offering choices such as vanilla creme brûlée and more. Feast on a special Easter Sunday brunch at Michael’s Genuine. Offered from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. the ticketed meal offers three-courses for $120 a person. Guests will start with a family style selection of appetizers like wild mushroom flatbread and rock shrimp and chorizo arancini, then a choice of one entree from options such as grilled lamb, shrimp and grits, and braised falafel, before finished with a family-style selection of desserts. Go the Southern route this Easter at Red Rooster. Marcus Samuelsson’s Overtown eatery will offer Easter specials like smoked lamb ham croque Madame, Easter deviled eggs, and hot cross buns, in addition to its Sunday brunch menu. Plus, over at The Creamery at Red Rooster at 11 a.m. an Easter Egg Hunt will take place for the local community hosted by “Miss Martha” (Martha Whisby Wells). Following the hunt, guests can try samples of ice cream from The Creamery and lawn games such as cornhole and giant connect four.

Thomas Keller’s swanky Surfside eatery will be offering up a special Easter Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For $125 per person, diners will begin the meal with a selection of pastries, fruit, and raw bar items, before choosing a main course from options like fried chicken and waffles, crab eggs Benedict, and Maine lobster Louie. To wrap up the meal dessert will be served family style offering choices such as vanilla creme brûlée and more.Feast on a special Easter Sunday brunch at Michael’s Genuine. Offered from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. the ticketed meal offers three-courses for $120 a person. Guests will start with a family style selection of appetizers like wild mushroom flatbread and rock shrimp and chorizo arancini, then a choice of one entree from options such as grilled lamb, shrimp and grits, and braised falafel, before finished with a family-style selection of desserts.Go the Southern route this Easter at Red Rooster. Marcus Samuelsson’s Overtown eatery will offer Easter specials like smoked lamb ham croque Madame, Easter deviled eggs, and hot cross buns, in addition to its Sunday brunch menu. Plus, over at The Creamery at Red Rooster at 11 a.m. an Easter Egg Hunt will take place for the local community hosted by “Miss Martha” (Martha Whisby Wells). Following the hunt, guests can try samples of ice cream from The Creamery and lawn games such as cornhole and giant connect four. (Source: miami.eater.com)

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I'm great, beyond better I'm a capital letter Z All black Dickies, no socks in my Reeboks Vulture bird tatted on my head, not a seahawk Cuban link chain in the feds with a G-SHOCK Candy apple cranberry red with the T top Vulture bird chain, colored money like a peacock I don't do too talkin' with my bitches, pull my meat out They go Patek I stay rockin' Felipe I ain't no chico, but they call me Felipe, yeah I copped the Rollie ain't nobody else had And by the time you got an AP, I was already on Patek Crab legs and shrimp and we sippin' Chardonnay They all on the drip, they envy me like Charlamagne Talkin' like a pimp (yeah), switchin' different broads today I'm walkin' with a limp, Kodak, baby follow me And the Corduroy matchin' with the blue hundreds How the old school Jag' cost me new money? Like the cars got feet, got the coupe runnin' I be hangin' out the Jeep, like, who want it? I be squeezin' on her cheeks, like who woman Like the stick make you blink, got my crew drummin' LJ, young legend out of Pompano Lime green Lamb', I ain't slimey, but I'm grimy though Lil' buddy, he be perkin', he ain't no killer, but he be robbin' though And splat to splat, these niggas be droppin' back to back, like dominoes Grabbin' niggas like it's miny-mo, we gleerious Niggas fallin' like Geronimo, it's serious (pop, pop) Fuck, don't get it twisted, we some killers like we serial (pop, pop) I'm the G.O.A.T., but it's ostrich by material I know you won't, but I be cautious when I'm nearing ya 'Cause I can see you niggas plottin' through my peripheral Real nigga, they wanna copy my material But I'm cut from a different kind of silk than you lil' niggas And them city girls got all these bitches milkin' you lil' niggas, yeah I never blow, I been done killed one of you lil' niggas, yeah I'm sendin' locs, as soon as I get out, I spin it quicker, yeah (yeah) Like Eskimo, got so much drip runnin' down my ligaments, yeah Stick in the trunk, get rid of it, yeah Fuck with the toast, like cinnamon, yeah (yeah) Cutthroat, I ain't no gentleman I'm in the backseat, I'm the triggerman On these Percs, I'm on these bitches like it's Ritalin We be jumpin' out the pen, I really handled it Lil' niggas swingin' out the van, it be embarrassing Lil' niggas swingin' out that van like he don't care again Shoutout to Ray, we made a bag on top of Maryland We had a misunderstanding, but nigga we be better than And these niggas, they be bitches, they be checkin' in These niggas chicken, they be layin' eggs And I ain't happy 'til I get my million Nah bitch, call me Dirty Dan Nah bitch, come and do your dance Straight gas, comin' straight gas at ya ass I'm comin' straight gas I made a statement, but I ain't never made a statement, ain't it Back to back foreigns in the hood before I made it, ain't it She don't wanna work, she wanna trick off and get famous, ain't it You got me fucked up, ho, I don't know what the fuck you thinkin', yeah Look at me jumpin' out the van like I'm Lil Guwop And these meds got me chewin' up my chewop I'm chewin' up my muppy, I'm lockjaw Last nigga said fuck me, he knocked off I'm chewin' out my muppy, I'm chewin' up my chewop I'm chewin' up my muppy, I'm lockjaw Last nigga said fuck me, he knocked off, ayy He knocked off, yeah Boy, stop playin' with a nigga like I ain't imperial, uh I'm the biggest Z, nigga, I'm Zuperior Zuperior.New virtual experiences. It’s funny to think that at the beginning of last year, I didn’t even know Zoom existed. I am stellar at Zoom now!

My introduction to Zoom started in May 2020 when I joined a virtual book club. It then progressed into joining Hadley discussion groups with my boyfriend Juan. He joins from Houston, I join in from the Chicago area, and now we are both community members of the American Council of the Blind (ACB) and are signed up for the daily emails. These emails provide a list of community calls and we text in the morning with a list of Zoom meetings we think we’d be able to attend.Prior to the pandemic, there is no way I would be asked to handle business development relationships, as the old school rule was coffee, lunches, and dinners. Lots of travel. Now, one of my colleagues can be in a room 2000 miles away visiting with a lovely not-for-profit, while I’m up on the big screen making jokes. It’s a new way of developing relationships and is tremendously beneficial for people with physical disabilities. The travel nightmare is no longer such a serious detriment to fulfilling my career. (Source: www.easterseals.com)

 

 

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