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Katz's Deli in New York City is Offering a Pastrami Subscription Box

Katz's Deli in New York City is Offering a Pastrami Subscription Box

The perfect present for any expat New Yorker or When Harry Met Sally devotee can now be purchased for just $150 a month. Katz’s Delicatessen, the New York City mainstay that’s home to some of the world’s best pastrami – and a Daily Meal heavy hitter as one of the best casual restaurants in America, one of the best sandwiches in America, and one of the nation's best hot dogs – has announced that it will launch a monthly subscription box in honor of its 130th anniversary.

The service will be available to U.S. customers starting in June, and the contents of the box will change with the seasons. Each box contains a full meal for four to six people. The preview for June’s inaugural “Pastrami Package” comes with a whole lot of meat. According to the Katz’s website, customers will receive one medium whole pastrami, one pound of sliced juicy pastrami, one full loaf of rye bread, one pound of deli mustard, one quart of new pickles, and one Katz’s Deli T-shirt — you know, if you can still fit into it after all that pastrami.

The September “High Holidays” package includes two pounds of brisket, potato kugel, a quart of matzoh ball soup, a pound of gravy, mini latkes, and a chocolate babka. In October, the subscription will offer sliced tongue, a pound of kishka and gravy, a pound of chopped liver, and some other Jewish deli essentials that will spook your bubbe with how tasty they are.

Aside from the kugels, knockwurst, and black and white cookies in boxes, Katz’s will also offer “Big Ticket” items, named after Katz’s notorious ticket system — under which if you lose your ticket you get charged $50. The items are tiered bronze, silver, gold, and platinum experiences and go all the way up to $9,995. “The custom shirts, all the meats, and our cutters flown to your backyard. It’s really freaking cool,” Katz’s owner Jake Dell revealed to Bloomberg. “We’ve always thought of ourselves as the best sandwich you can get, so anything that comes in that package should also be the best.”

The service sounds like a godsend for die-hard Katz’s fans who can’t get to New York to enjoy a bite. But those willing to look a little harder know that there are amazing sandwiches in every state.


Things to do for July 05, 2017

Wednesday

For Times When Only Dom Pérignon Will Do

This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.

Thursday

Bird & Bone Hosts a One-Day Drive-Thru

Makeshift drive-thrus you can pull up or walk up to are interesting. Especially when they’re serving buckets of Bird & Bone’s hot fried chicken with cheddar-and-chive biscuits at the Crown entrance at Confidante for one day only. Yep. Especially then.

July 6, noon-2pm, $48, Bird & Bone at the Condfidante, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday

What Mermaids, Miami and Crayons Have in Common

Take one adult coloring book about a mermaid’s somewhat naughty Miami adventures, throw a poolside launch party for it at the Standard, enlist a sea creature dress code, play music, offer mermaid-themed drinks, award prizes for whoever best stays within the lines and. well, there you go.

July 7, 6:30-8:30pm, no cover, High Tides: Tales of Mermaids, Mayhem & Miami Beach launch party at The Standard Spa, 40 Island Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717, RSVP here

Saturday

Jack’s Has a New Late-Night Menu. And Apparently Board Games.

Sometimes you need homemade baked ziti before calling it a night. And sometimes you need to kick someone’s ass in Connect Four while waiting for said ziti. And sometimes all of that leads to late-night dancing, vodka shots and another round of board game showdowns at Jack’s.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-1am, Jack’s, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507

Sunday

Suffice It to Say Your Date Won’t Hate This

There’s jazz. And then there’s three hours of live Latin jazz by Kemuel Roig and the Ball and Chain Quartet smack in the middle of Cuban town on Sunday nights, where dancing isn’t mandatory but happens naturally and the mojitos just flow and you enjoy every last drop of your fleeting long weekend.

Sundays, 7-10pm, no cover, Ball & Chain, 1513 SW 8th St, 305-643-7820

Monday

Katz’s Deli Tries Miami on for Size

Katz’s Deli (yes, that one) is about to take a little road trip from New York to our fair city to partner with Chef Michael Schwartz of Harry’s to give its famous pastrami sandwiches a Miami twist. And now our job is done here.

July 10-16, Katz’s Delicatessen Pass the Pastrami Series at Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.


Things to do for July 05, 2017

Wednesday

For Times When Only Dom Pérignon Will Do

This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.

Thursday

Bird & Bone Hosts a One-Day Drive-Thru

Makeshift drive-thrus you can pull up or walk up to are interesting. Especially when they’re serving buckets of Bird & Bone’s hot fried chicken with cheddar-and-chive biscuits at the Crown entrance at Confidante for one day only. Yep. Especially then.

July 6, noon-2pm, $48, Bird & Bone at the Condfidante, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday

What Mermaids, Miami and Crayons Have in Common

Take one adult coloring book about a mermaid’s somewhat naughty Miami adventures, throw a poolside launch party for it at the Standard, enlist a sea creature dress code, play music, offer mermaid-themed drinks, award prizes for whoever best stays within the lines and. well, there you go.

July 7, 6:30-8:30pm, no cover, High Tides: Tales of Mermaids, Mayhem & Miami Beach launch party at The Standard Spa, 40 Island Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717, RSVP here

Saturday

Jack’s Has a New Late-Night Menu. And Apparently Board Games.

Sometimes you need homemade baked ziti before calling it a night. And sometimes you need to kick someone’s ass in Connect Four while waiting for said ziti. And sometimes all of that leads to late-night dancing, vodka shots and another round of board game showdowns at Jack’s.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-1am, Jack’s, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507

Sunday

Suffice It to Say Your Date Won’t Hate This

There’s jazz. And then there’s three hours of live Latin jazz by Kemuel Roig and the Ball and Chain Quartet smack in the middle of Cuban town on Sunday nights, where dancing isn’t mandatory but happens naturally and the mojitos just flow and you enjoy every last drop of your fleeting long weekend.

Sundays, 7-10pm, no cover, Ball & Chain, 1513 SW 8th St, 305-643-7820

Monday

Katz’s Deli Tries Miami on for Size

Katz’s Deli (yes, that one) is about to take a little road trip from New York to our fair city to partner with Chef Michael Schwartz of Harry’s to give its famous pastrami sandwiches a Miami twist. And now our job is done here.

July 10-16, Katz’s Delicatessen Pass the Pastrami Series at Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.


Things to do for July 05, 2017

Wednesday

For Times When Only Dom Pérignon Will Do

This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.

Thursday

Bird & Bone Hosts a One-Day Drive-Thru

Makeshift drive-thrus you can pull up or walk up to are interesting. Especially when they’re serving buckets of Bird & Bone’s hot fried chicken with cheddar-and-chive biscuits at the Crown entrance at Confidante for one day only. Yep. Especially then.

July 6, noon-2pm, $48, Bird & Bone at the Condfidante, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday

What Mermaids, Miami and Crayons Have in Common

Take one adult coloring book about a mermaid’s somewhat naughty Miami adventures, throw a poolside launch party for it at the Standard, enlist a sea creature dress code, play music, offer mermaid-themed drinks, award prizes for whoever best stays within the lines and. well, there you go.

July 7, 6:30-8:30pm, no cover, High Tides: Tales of Mermaids, Mayhem & Miami Beach launch party at The Standard Spa, 40 Island Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717, RSVP here

Saturday

Jack’s Has a New Late-Night Menu. And Apparently Board Games.

Sometimes you need homemade baked ziti before calling it a night. And sometimes you need to kick someone’s ass in Connect Four while waiting for said ziti. And sometimes all of that leads to late-night dancing, vodka shots and another round of board game showdowns at Jack’s.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-1am, Jack’s, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507

Sunday

Suffice It to Say Your Date Won’t Hate This

There’s jazz. And then there’s three hours of live Latin jazz by Kemuel Roig and the Ball and Chain Quartet smack in the middle of Cuban town on Sunday nights, where dancing isn’t mandatory but happens naturally and the mojitos just flow and you enjoy every last drop of your fleeting long weekend.

Sundays, 7-10pm, no cover, Ball & Chain, 1513 SW 8th St, 305-643-7820

Monday

Katz’s Deli Tries Miami on for Size

Katz’s Deli (yes, that one) is about to take a little road trip from New York to our fair city to partner with Chef Michael Schwartz of Harry’s to give its famous pastrami sandwiches a Miami twist. And now our job is done here.

July 10-16, Katz’s Delicatessen Pass the Pastrami Series at Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.


Things to do for July 05, 2017

Wednesday

For Times When Only Dom Pérignon Will Do

This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.

Thursday

Bird & Bone Hosts a One-Day Drive-Thru

Makeshift drive-thrus you can pull up or walk up to are interesting. Especially when they’re serving buckets of Bird & Bone’s hot fried chicken with cheddar-and-chive biscuits at the Crown entrance at Confidante for one day only. Yep. Especially then.

July 6, noon-2pm, $48, Bird & Bone at the Condfidante, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday

What Mermaids, Miami and Crayons Have in Common

Take one adult coloring book about a mermaid’s somewhat naughty Miami adventures, throw a poolside launch party for it at the Standard, enlist a sea creature dress code, play music, offer mermaid-themed drinks, award prizes for whoever best stays within the lines and. well, there you go.

July 7, 6:30-8:30pm, no cover, High Tides: Tales of Mermaids, Mayhem & Miami Beach launch party at The Standard Spa, 40 Island Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717, RSVP here

Saturday

Jack’s Has a New Late-Night Menu. And Apparently Board Games.

Sometimes you need homemade baked ziti before calling it a night. And sometimes you need to kick someone’s ass in Connect Four while waiting for said ziti. And sometimes all of that leads to late-night dancing, vodka shots and another round of board game showdowns at Jack’s.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-1am, Jack’s, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507

Sunday

Suffice It to Say Your Date Won’t Hate This

There’s jazz. And then there’s three hours of live Latin jazz by Kemuel Roig and the Ball and Chain Quartet smack in the middle of Cuban town on Sunday nights, where dancing isn’t mandatory but happens naturally and the mojitos just flow and you enjoy every last drop of your fleeting long weekend.

Sundays, 7-10pm, no cover, Ball & Chain, 1513 SW 8th St, 305-643-7820

Monday

Katz’s Deli Tries Miami on for Size

Katz’s Deli (yes, that one) is about to take a little road trip from New York to our fair city to partner with Chef Michael Schwartz of Harry’s to give its famous pastrami sandwiches a Miami twist. And now our job is done here.

July 10-16, Katz’s Delicatessen Pass the Pastrami Series at Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.


Things to do for July 05, 2017

Wednesday

For Times When Only Dom Pérignon Will Do

This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.

Thursday

Bird & Bone Hosts a One-Day Drive-Thru

Makeshift drive-thrus you can pull up or walk up to are interesting. Especially when they’re serving buckets of Bird & Bone’s hot fried chicken with cheddar-and-chive biscuits at the Crown entrance at Confidante for one day only. Yep. Especially then.

July 6, noon-2pm, $48, Bird & Bone at the Condfidante, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday

What Mermaids, Miami and Crayons Have in Common

Take one adult coloring book about a mermaid’s somewhat naughty Miami adventures, throw a poolside launch party for it at the Standard, enlist a sea creature dress code, play music, offer mermaid-themed drinks, award prizes for whoever best stays within the lines and. well, there you go.

July 7, 6:30-8:30pm, no cover, High Tides: Tales of Mermaids, Mayhem & Miami Beach launch party at The Standard Spa, 40 Island Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717, RSVP here

Saturday

Jack’s Has a New Late-Night Menu. And Apparently Board Games.

Sometimes you need homemade baked ziti before calling it a night. And sometimes you need to kick someone’s ass in Connect Four while waiting for said ziti. And sometimes all of that leads to late-night dancing, vodka shots and another round of board game showdowns at Jack’s.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-1am, Jack’s, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507

Sunday

Suffice It to Say Your Date Won’t Hate This

There’s jazz. And then there’s three hours of live Latin jazz by Kemuel Roig and the Ball and Chain Quartet smack in the middle of Cuban town on Sunday nights, where dancing isn’t mandatory but happens naturally and the mojitos just flow and you enjoy every last drop of your fleeting long weekend.

Sundays, 7-10pm, no cover, Ball & Chain, 1513 SW 8th St, 305-643-7820

Monday

Katz’s Deli Tries Miami on for Size

Katz’s Deli (yes, that one) is about to take a little road trip from New York to our fair city to partner with Chef Michael Schwartz of Harry’s to give its famous pastrami sandwiches a Miami twist. And now our job is done here.

July 10-16, Katz’s Delicatessen Pass the Pastrami Series at Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.


Things to do for July 05, 2017

Wednesday

For Times When Only Dom Pérignon Will Do

This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.

Thursday

Bird & Bone Hosts a One-Day Drive-Thru

Makeshift drive-thrus you can pull up or walk up to are interesting. Especially when they’re serving buckets of Bird & Bone’s hot fried chicken with cheddar-and-chive biscuits at the Crown entrance at Confidante for one day only. Yep. Especially then.

July 6, noon-2pm, $48, Bird & Bone at the Condfidante, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday

What Mermaids, Miami and Crayons Have in Common

Take one adult coloring book about a mermaid’s somewhat naughty Miami adventures, throw a poolside launch party for it at the Standard, enlist a sea creature dress code, play music, offer mermaid-themed drinks, award prizes for whoever best stays within the lines and. well, there you go.

July 7, 6:30-8:30pm, no cover, High Tides: Tales of Mermaids, Mayhem & Miami Beach launch party at The Standard Spa, 40 Island Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717, RSVP here

Saturday

Jack’s Has a New Late-Night Menu. And Apparently Board Games.

Sometimes you need homemade baked ziti before calling it a night. And sometimes you need to kick someone’s ass in Connect Four while waiting for said ziti. And sometimes all of that leads to late-night dancing, vodka shots and another round of board game showdowns at Jack’s.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-1am, Jack’s, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507

Sunday

Suffice It to Say Your Date Won’t Hate This

There’s jazz. And then there’s three hours of live Latin jazz by Kemuel Roig and the Ball and Chain Quartet smack in the middle of Cuban town on Sunday nights, where dancing isn’t mandatory but happens naturally and the mojitos just flow and you enjoy every last drop of your fleeting long weekend.

Sundays, 7-10pm, no cover, Ball & Chain, 1513 SW 8th St, 305-643-7820

Monday

Katz’s Deli Tries Miami on for Size

Katz’s Deli (yes, that one) is about to take a little road trip from New York to our fair city to partner with Chef Michael Schwartz of Harry’s to give its famous pastrami sandwiches a Miami twist. And now our job is done here.

July 10-16, Katz’s Delicatessen Pass the Pastrami Series at Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.


Things to do for July 05, 2017

Wednesday

For Times When Only Dom Pérignon Will Do

This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.

Thursday

Bird & Bone Hosts a One-Day Drive-Thru

Makeshift drive-thrus you can pull up or walk up to are interesting. Especially when they’re serving buckets of Bird & Bone’s hot fried chicken with cheddar-and-chive biscuits at the Crown entrance at Confidante for one day only. Yep. Especially then.

July 6, noon-2pm, $48, Bird & Bone at the Condfidante, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday

What Mermaids, Miami and Crayons Have in Common

Take one adult coloring book about a mermaid’s somewhat naughty Miami adventures, throw a poolside launch party for it at the Standard, enlist a sea creature dress code, play music, offer mermaid-themed drinks, award prizes for whoever best stays within the lines and. well, there you go.

July 7, 6:30-8:30pm, no cover, High Tides: Tales of Mermaids, Mayhem & Miami Beach launch party at The Standard Spa, 40 Island Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717, RSVP here

Saturday

Jack’s Has a New Late-Night Menu. And Apparently Board Games.

Sometimes you need homemade baked ziti before calling it a night. And sometimes you need to kick someone’s ass in Connect Four while waiting for said ziti. And sometimes all of that leads to late-night dancing, vodka shots and another round of board game showdowns at Jack’s.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-1am, Jack’s, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507

Sunday

Suffice It to Say Your Date Won’t Hate This

There’s jazz. And then there’s three hours of live Latin jazz by Kemuel Roig and the Ball and Chain Quartet smack in the middle of Cuban town on Sunday nights, where dancing isn’t mandatory but happens naturally and the mojitos just flow and you enjoy every last drop of your fleeting long weekend.

Sundays, 7-10pm, no cover, Ball & Chain, 1513 SW 8th St, 305-643-7820

Monday

Katz’s Deli Tries Miami on for Size

Katz’s Deli (yes, that one) is about to take a little road trip from New York to our fair city to partner with Chef Michael Schwartz of Harry’s to give its famous pastrami sandwiches a Miami twist. And now our job is done here.

July 10-16, Katz’s Delicatessen Pass the Pastrami Series at Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.


Things to do for July 05, 2017

Wednesday

For Times When Only Dom Pérignon Will Do

This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.

Thursday

Bird & Bone Hosts a One-Day Drive-Thru

Makeshift drive-thrus you can pull up or walk up to are interesting. Especially when they’re serving buckets of Bird & Bone’s hot fried chicken with cheddar-and-chive biscuits at the Crown entrance at Confidante for one day only. Yep. Especially then.

July 6, noon-2pm, $48, Bird & Bone at the Condfidante, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday

What Mermaids, Miami and Crayons Have in Common

Take one adult coloring book about a mermaid’s somewhat naughty Miami adventures, throw a poolside launch party for it at the Standard, enlist a sea creature dress code, play music, offer mermaid-themed drinks, award prizes for whoever best stays within the lines and. well, there you go.

July 7, 6:30-8:30pm, no cover, High Tides: Tales of Mermaids, Mayhem & Miami Beach launch party at The Standard Spa, 40 Island Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717, RSVP here

Saturday

Jack’s Has a New Late-Night Menu. And Apparently Board Games.

Sometimes you need homemade baked ziti before calling it a night. And sometimes you need to kick someone’s ass in Connect Four while waiting for said ziti. And sometimes all of that leads to late-night dancing, vodka shots and another round of board game showdowns at Jack’s.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-1am, Jack’s, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507

Sunday

Suffice It to Say Your Date Won’t Hate This

There’s jazz. And then there’s three hours of live Latin jazz by Kemuel Roig and the Ball and Chain Quartet smack in the middle of Cuban town on Sunday nights, where dancing isn’t mandatory but happens naturally and the mojitos just flow and you enjoy every last drop of your fleeting long weekend.

Sundays, 7-10pm, no cover, Ball & Chain, 1513 SW 8th St, 305-643-7820

Monday

Katz’s Deli Tries Miami on for Size

Katz’s Deli (yes, that one) is about to take a little road trip from New York to our fair city to partner with Chef Michael Schwartz of Harry’s to give its famous pastrami sandwiches a Miami twist. And now our job is done here.

July 10-16, Katz’s Delicatessen Pass the Pastrami Series at Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.


Things to do for July 05, 2017

Wednesday

For Times When Only Dom Pérignon Will Do

This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.

Thursday

Bird & Bone Hosts a One-Day Drive-Thru

Makeshift drive-thrus you can pull up or walk up to are interesting. Especially when they’re serving buckets of Bird & Bone’s hot fried chicken with cheddar-and-chive biscuits at the Crown entrance at Confidante for one day only. Yep. Especially then.

July 6, noon-2pm, $48, Bird & Bone at the Condfidante, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday

What Mermaids, Miami and Crayons Have in Common

Take one adult coloring book about a mermaid’s somewhat naughty Miami adventures, throw a poolside launch party for it at the Standard, enlist a sea creature dress code, play music, offer mermaid-themed drinks, award prizes for whoever best stays within the lines and. well, there you go.

July 7, 6:30-8:30pm, no cover, High Tides: Tales of Mermaids, Mayhem & Miami Beach launch party at The Standard Spa, 40 Island Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717, RSVP here

Saturday

Jack’s Has a New Late-Night Menu. And Apparently Board Games.

Sometimes you need homemade baked ziti before calling it a night. And sometimes you need to kick someone’s ass in Connect Four while waiting for said ziti. And sometimes all of that leads to late-night dancing, vodka shots and another round of board game showdowns at Jack’s.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-1am, Jack’s, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507

Sunday

Suffice It to Say Your Date Won’t Hate This

There’s jazz. And then there’s three hours of live Latin jazz by Kemuel Roig and the Ball and Chain Quartet smack in the middle of Cuban town on Sunday nights, where dancing isn’t mandatory but happens naturally and the mojitos just flow and you enjoy every last drop of your fleeting long weekend.

Sundays, 7-10pm, no cover, Ball & Chain, 1513 SW 8th St, 305-643-7820

Monday

Katz’s Deli Tries Miami on for Size

Katz’s Deli (yes, that one) is about to take a little road trip from New York to our fair city to partner with Chef Michael Schwartz of Harry’s to give its famous pastrami sandwiches a Miami twist. And now our job is done here.

July 10-16, Katz’s Delicatessen Pass the Pastrami Series at Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.


Things to do for July 05, 2017

Wednesday

For Times When Only Dom Pérignon Will Do

This Perk isn’t for just any old champagne. We’re setting you up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne 2006. It tastes better than you can imagine. Mostly because imagining Dom doesn’t compare to tasting it.

Thursday

Bird & Bone Hosts a One-Day Drive-Thru

Makeshift drive-thrus you can pull up or walk up to are interesting. Especially when they’re serving buckets of Bird & Bone’s hot fried chicken with cheddar-and-chive biscuits at the Crown entrance at Confidante for one day only. Yep. Especially then.

July 6, noon-2pm, $48, Bird & Bone at the Condfidante, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday

What Mermaids, Miami and Crayons Have in Common

Take one adult coloring book about a mermaid’s somewhat naughty Miami adventures, throw a poolside launch party for it at the Standard, enlist a sea creature dress code, play music, offer mermaid-themed drinks, award prizes for whoever best stays within the lines and. well, there you go.

July 7, 6:30-8:30pm, no cover, High Tides: Tales of Mermaids, Mayhem & Miami Beach launch party at The Standard Spa, 40 Island Ave, Miami Beach, 305-673-1717, RSVP here

Saturday

Jack’s Has a New Late-Night Menu. And Apparently Board Games.

Sometimes you need homemade baked ziti before calling it a night. And sometimes you need to kick someone’s ass in Connect Four while waiting for said ziti. And sometimes all of that leads to late-night dancing, vodka shots and another round of board game showdowns at Jack’s.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-1am, Jack’s, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507

Sunday

Suffice It to Say Your Date Won’t Hate This

There’s jazz. And then there’s three hours of live Latin jazz by Kemuel Roig and the Ball and Chain Quartet smack in the middle of Cuban town on Sunday nights, where dancing isn’t mandatory but happens naturally and the mojitos just flow and you enjoy every last drop of your fleeting long weekend.

Sundays, 7-10pm, no cover, Ball & Chain, 1513 SW 8th St, 305-643-7820

Monday

Katz’s Deli Tries Miami on for Size

Katz’s Deli (yes, that one) is about to take a little road trip from New York to our fair city to partner with Chef Michael Schwartz of Harry’s to give its famous pastrami sandwiches a Miami twist. And now our job is done here.

July 10-16, Katz’s Delicatessen Pass the Pastrami Series at Harry’s Pizzeria Coconut Grove, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.


Watch the video: How Katzs Became The Most Legendary Deli In NYC. Legendary Eats (October 2021).