What to Do in Miami This Weekend: February 28th

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Don’t know what to do this weekend? Look no further. Try our hot tips below and make this Saturday in Miami one to remember.

9 AM: Wake up for “Yoga in the Park.”
Namaste, Miami. To start your Saturday in the most relaxing way possible, head to Bayfront Park and pose your best “Downward dog” and “Happy Baby” in front of stunning Biscayne Bay views. Led by certified yoga instructors, this Miami morning mainstay first launched in fall 2013. Because of its growing popularity since then, today, “Yoga in the Park” has attracted over 100K attendees and has been featured on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, Fox Sports Network and CNN.
“Yoga in the Park” takes place on Monday and Wednesday evenings, from 6 PM to 7:15 PM, and on Saturday mornings, from 9 AM to 10:15 AM. Classes are free and are held near Tina Hills Pavilion, in the south end of Bayfront Park, at 301 Biscayne Blvd.


NOON: Eat your heart out at Zuma’s buffet-style brunch.
Since you’re already Downtown, walk over to Zuma for an Asian-inspired all-you-can-eat brunch that will leave your mouth watering for more. Known for serving flavorful and modern Japanese cuisine that is equally sophisticated, informal and fun, Zuma offers patrons a world-renowned brunch menu full of Robata grill delights, signature sushi, sashimi and maki rolls, exotic desserts, personal rice hot pots with mushrooms and Japanese vegetables, and more.
Brunch is priced at $75 per person. Zuma is located in the Epic Hotel, at 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way.

2 PM: Shop local at Museum Park’s weekly Farmer’s Market.
Hosted by The Market Company, South Florida residents are invited to explore the local produce at Downtown Miami’s very own farmer’s market. Offering organic fruits, vegetables and meats produced by South Florida growers, freshly-baked goods from Zak the Baker, tropical fruit smoothies, gourmet empanadas, local granola and honey, homemade mozzarella from Pompano’s Mozzarita and more, this local event is the perfect place to stroll on your Saturday afternoon.

Admission to this event is free. Museum Park is located just outside the Perez Art Museum Miami, at 1103 Biscayne Boulevard.


8 PM: Get your fill of America’s best NYC-steak at Downtown Miami’s Wolfgang Steakhouse.
When you spend your whole day Downtown, there’s no better place to round it off than at Wolfgang Zweiner’s Wolfgang’s Steakhouse. With this locale’s perfectly marinated and sizzling Porterhouse, the intimate ambience created by its Brazilian cherry wood floors and alabaster chandeliers, and its impressive wine list, we promise this dinner will be one event on your itinerary you won’t want to miss.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is located at 315 S. Biscayne Blvd, on the second floor of the Related building.

10:30 PM: Set sail aboard the SeaFair mega yacht for the Midnight “Art After Dark” Collector’s Cruise.


This Saturday evening only, mingle with art appreciators, collectors, artists and friends on a late-night cruise through the breathtaking Biscayne Bay. Part of the Miami International Art Fair, this event gives attendees the chance to sip on martinis while perusing photography, painting, mixed-media, sculpture, installations and videos created by some of the most talented 20th– and 21st-century artists from around the world.
Tickets for the Midnight “Art After Dark” Collector’s Cruise are priced at $20 per person. The SeaFair mega yacht is docked at Bayfront Park.

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