• Happy Houring at The Anderson on Upper East side

    709 NE 79th St

    Giiirls, This is our 1st Happy Hour event. We're going to The Anderson at 6 PM on June 22nd. The place is described as "artful cocktails & elevated bar fare served in ‘80s-inspired surroundings." They're known for their drinks. We've heard that they have good food too. What to expect? Get drinks if you want to get drinks. Get food if you want to get food. Get both if you want to get both. We'll take the evening as it comes. Street parking. Link: http://www.theandersonmiami.com/ See you there! Your Organizer, Tilde

  • Coffee Drinking at Imperial Moto Cafe in Little River

    Girls, This is our "standing" event. Every last Sunday. Every month. This is for you if you 1) like coffee, 2) like early mornings, and 3) would like to make lifetime girlfriends. Street parking. See you there! Your Organizer, Tilde

  • Brunching at The Egg Spot in Downtown Miami

    228 SE 1st St

    Girls, Let's have brunch at The Egg Spot at 11 AM on July 14th in Downtown Miami. It's a Sunday. It looks like a small place but I will try to make a reservation for 8 of us. It's first come, first serve. I'll keep you all posted. Street parking. Link: https://theeggspot.com/ See you there! Your Organizer, Tilde

  • Sunset Cruising with Pelican Harbor Seabird Station

    Pelican Harbor Seabird Station

    Girls, We've been talking about going on a cruise so how about we start with a mini-cruise? Event: "Seabirds on the Bay: Sunset Cruise" Time and Day: 7 PM on July 27th Description: "Enjoy a beautiful 2-hour sunset birding cruise as we tour Biscayne Bay & scan the mangrove shoreline of the Bird Key rookery for brown pelicans, magnificent frigatebirds, and more than 30 species of birds. Take in the beauty of the Miami skyline from the water at night and this BYOB trip is always a wonderful time. Travel aboard the “Pelican Island Skipper” in comfort and ease. Tickets must be booked in advance via the link below or on the Facebook event page. The trip always sells out, so no shows or last minute cancellations are non-refundable and non-transferable." Link: https://pelicanharbor.org We'll meet at Pelican Harbor Seabird Station. It's kind of a cool place in itself. They're a wildlife rescue that works with seabird rehabilitation. $40/pp Your Organizer, Tilde

  • Seafood Eating at the South Florida Seafood Festival in Key Biscayne

    Grrrls, Save the date! We went to the Seafood Festival last year and had a great time so we're going this year too. We'll be there from 11 AM on Saturday, Oct 19, and everyone stays as long as they'd like to. The event is at Miami Marine Stadium. Description: The South Florida Seafood Festival is a celebration of all things seafood and waterfront living, giving people their fill of the freshest, tastiest delicacies of the sea. Set in Miami's historic Marine Stadium, this seafood festival provides you to be able to experience a slice of Florida's diverse culture in an all-ages, all-inclusive experience. What better way to kick off Stone Crab Season than to enjoy it by the sea with LIVE Caribbean beats, family fun zones, mojito bars, gourmet chef demonstrations, mouth-watering food, and more! With over 25 gourmet seafood culinary partners and kid friendly activities, this family-oriented event offers something for everyone. Attendees can have the chance to partake of some of the freshest seafood featuring dishes from paella and jambalaya to lobster rolls and gourmet sushi, and everything in between. Visit custom bars where you can create your own specialty cocktails, or head on over to the giant pirate slide with your kiddos - and don't forget to grab your gourmet desserts from our diverse array of vendors and food tricks. The South Florida Seafood Festival boasts a palate from all over the world. As you browse through our curated artisan vendors selling nautical-themed jewelry, art, and decorations at the Thrifter Market, you can also experience live music or take the kids to the festival's family fun zone, including obstacle courses and more! Price: $12 general admission, $8 general admission (early bird) + 2.99 fee & sales tax The ticket is for admission only, food and beverage may be purchased at an additional cost. Rain or shine event. No Refunds. Lessons learned from last year: 1. Bring things to protect you from the sun. Like sunscreen, a hat, an umbrellas, etc. 2. Bring water. 3. Bring something to sit on. Last year the sun was beaming and we got hot, sweaty and thirsty. The view over the bay was beautiful but seating was as limited as the shade. A blanket may save the day. Link: https://www.southfloridaseafoodfestival.com Your Organizer, Tilde

  • Running the Freaky 4-Miler in Miami Beach

    South Pointe Park

    Girls, It was so much fun last year so we will be running the Freaky 4-miler this year too. Link https://halloweenhalfmarathon.com/events/miami-beach/register-now/ See you there! -Tilde