What to Do in Miami This Weekend: November 15th

Another weekend is just around the corner — and as usual, it’s time to figure out what to do in Miami tomorrow. To experience the best this glorious city has to offer, follow our Miami Must-Do’s and make this Saturday one to remember.


8 AM: Get a sticky bun at Knaus Berry Farm. 

Homestead’s Knaus Berry Farm may only be open from November to April, but for Miami residents, it’s a topic of conversation all year round. Popular for its world famous sticky buns and revered strawberry milkshakes, make sure you get there early — this seasonal haunt has lines of pastry enthusiasts craving a sticky bun as soon as the sun rises.

Knaus Berry Farm is located at 15980 SW 248th Street (Coconut Palm Drive).

12 NOON: Have lunch at Earls Kitchen + Bar.

As you make your back up to Miami’s trendiest spots, stop for lunch at Earls Kitchen + Bar at Dadeland Mall and try their fantastic fall menu. Hitting South Florida just this past March, this Canadian-bred eatery and bar is not your average chain. Choose from sharing pates of BBQ pork buns, a Vietnamese Spatchcock Style Chicken entree, one of their signature steaks or seasonal pumpkin pie with a graham cracker crust, and you can’t go wrong. But make sure you pair it with a tasty Cabin Fever, a combination of crown royal, tawny port, ginger, pineapple, fresh lemon and moondog bitters — it is Saturday, after all.

Earls Kitchen + Bar is located at 7535 N Kendall Drive.

8 PM: Go to the “All Roads A Capella” concert at Miami Beach Community Church.

After you recover from food coma, it’s time to wake up, refresh and listen to live music. Presented by the historic The Betsy Hotel, and the culmination of Miami’s first-ever All Roads A Cappella festival, four of the nation’s top professional A Cappella groups will come together to perform a concert at the historic Miami Beach Community Church — a cultural experience you don’t want to miss.

The concert is free and open to the public. Miami Beach Community Church is located at 1620 Drexel Avenue.

11 PM: Grab a classic, handcrafted cocktail at The Rum Line, Loews Miami Beach’s new terrace bar.

When the concert has ended, stop by Miami Beach’s highly-anticipated new watering hole, The Rum Line, a vibrant Caribbean-inspired al fresco bar nestled on an inviting deck under the stars. Offering a menu of historic 1930s-to-1960s recipes — like its handcrafted Cargo Ship, made with Ron Zacapa 23, Batavia Arrack, Panther Coffee reduction and mole bitters, served in a Talisker Storm rinsed glass — guests can cozy up as they choose: in a booth, plush wicker lounge chairs or at the long wooden communal table, where they can mingle with other locals.

The Rum Line is located at 1601 Collins Avenue.