Every Sunday! 1pm Showtime!
Drag Brunch at Senor Frogs!
Brandon Voss and Edison Farrow present:
Drag Stars: Tiffany Fantasia - Poison Ivy - - Adora - Teresita La Caliente - special guest Ebonee Excell
Showtime is 1pm. Seatings begin at noon.
Booked in advance: $19.95 for brunch and show. $39.95 for brunch, show and open bar.
Day of: $25 for brunch and show. $20 for open bar. Or, $45 for brunch, show and open bar.
Reservations Recommended at VossEvents.com or 212.481.6203
Drag Brunch at Senor Frogs
1450 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139
For reservations, 212-481-6203, or
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Molto South Beach closed, re-opening in a new location as Uomo South Beach
Eight months after re-branding the Lincoln Road Italian restaurant Molto South Beach into a gay bar, Molto has closed. They have annouced plans to re-open on Ocean Drive, two businesses north of the old Palace at 1230-1236 Ocean Drive. This is the restaurant that was previously Il Giardino, Hosteria Romana 2, Les Deux Fontaines.
They will be re-opening as Uomo South Beach on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays starting May 18th.
After decades of neglect, South Beach's Washington Avenue is getting a major renovation
Consider the curious case of Washington Avenue. In the early 1990s, as South Beach transformed from sleepy retirement village to Art Deco playground, the street was the epicenter of the neighborhood's party scene — a bustling hub of restaurants, nightclubs and bars that catered to a primarily nocturnal crowd.
But 20 years later, after developers zeroed in on Ocean Drive, West Avenue and Lincoln Road, Washington Avenue looks like the proverbial cake left out in the rain — a tacky tangle of boarded-up storefronts, tattoo parlors, liquor stores, porn shops and enough cell phone repair businesses to service a small country.
The Best Restaurants in Miami Right Now
Miami's restaurant scene is in a state of perpetual boom these days, with new restaurants opening by the dozen. But just because a place is new, doesn't mean it's the best in town. That's why we have Eat Seeker: a carefully curated list of our favorite brand-new spots (those listed at the top), as well as the MIA stalwarts we simply can't live without (the bottom section).
Axel Hotels to open AxelBeach Miami in summer 2018!
AxelBeach Miami will be set on the iconic Collins Avenue of Miami Beach, in a beautiful Art Deco building from the 1940s.
The hotel will feature three separate two- and three-storey modules, boast 159 rooms, restaurant, fitness and spa area, lounge bar and rooftop sky bar: basically all you need for a luxury get-away in the Miami sun!
AxelBeach Miami comes hot on the heels of Axel Hotels' 2017 expansion when it opened three more hotels: Axel Hotel Madrid, AxelBeach Ibiza and TWO Hotel Berlin by Axel.
The opening of AxelBeach Miami will mean the world's leading hotel chain for the LGBT community now has eight top hotels worldwide.
Miller Construction Underway on $2.6M Food Hall Project in Miami Beach
Miller Construction Co. is underway on Lincoln Eatery, a 9,600-square-foot food hall located on the ground floor of a Marshalls-anchored building at 723 N. Lincoln Lane in Miami Beach. Terranova Corp. leases and manages the building, which is owned by PPF 723 Lincoln Lane LLC. Architecture firm Arquitectonica is designing the $2.6 million project, which will feature 16 fast-casual restaurants, juice bars and artisanal coffee tenants. Lincoln Eatery will feature triangular beams in the ceiling design and full-height glass along the front of the building with streetscape views. Lincoln Eatery is expected to open in November.
Angry athlete sues failed LGBTQ World Outgames, executives for $5 million
A class-action lawsuit was just filed by a participant in last year's disastrous World Outgames, an event that was supposed to feature thousands of LGBTQ athletes from throughout the world competing in Olympics-style South Florida competitions.
By the time many of the participants arrived, they quickly learned organizers were unprepared and canceled most of the Memorial Day week events, including the opening and closing ceremonies.
In addition to a police investigation that led to no arrest and an audit by the city of Miami Beach that showed organizers didn't raise enough money, the lawsuit was filed last week in a federal court in Miami.
Shared ride on Lyft left gay passenger injured in Miami Beach
Jose Gonzalez's lip is ripped. His face is badly bruised, and his forehead was pierced with a woman's high-heel shoe.
Gonzalez said he was recently wrapping up a night of partying on South Beach when he got into a shared ride on a Lyft. He said he sat in the front seat.
A woman, who was a passenger seating in the back, was complaining about having to wait to be dropped off. Gonzalez, who was set to be dropped off first, said she shouted, "fucking gays" and punched and kicked him.
The driver asked her to get out of the car and he dropped him off at home in North Miami Beach. Miami Beach police detectives are investigating the attack that left his face covered in blood.
Is This the Golden Age of Drag? Yes. And No.
The tour bus full of drag queens sped through rural Wisconsin on a brisk afternoon a few days before Thanksgiving. Mimosas were poured (and refilled) and hair was let down, or taken off. "A Drag Queen Christmas: The Naughty Tour" was underway: a 30 city, cross-country trek featuring stars from "RuPaul's Drag Race," the Emmy-winning hit reality show on VH1.
The bus wasn't exactly spacious, it slept 12 in coffinlike bunks and the shower was a standing M.R.I., but it was still symbolic of a new status for drag, an often-misunderstood performative art. Popping corks on rock band buses and finding fans across America — not just in major cities, is a turn that one of the queens, Eureka O'Hara, never imagined growing up in Tennessee, so nervous the first time she performed that she carried her purse onstage and shook.
Trader Joe's under construction for 2018 opening in Miami Beach
Replacing the Shell gas statiuon at 17th Street and Alton Road and the parking lot at 17th Street and West Avenue will be South Beach's first Trader Joe's. It is scheduled to open in late 2018.
The popular national chain, which describes itself as "your neighborhood grocery store" while having a shifting eclectic, idiosyncratic product selection, is expected to be part of a retail-and-rental building called "17 West" announced Monday by developers Rock Soffer of Turnberry Associates and Elion Partners.
Nightclub delomished for South Beach Target
The former Play, The Fifth, Ivy, Cristal Nightclub has been leveled in order to build the new shopping center with Target as one of the main stores at 5th Street and Lenox Avenue.
The Target, which is scheduled to open in the spring of 2019, will be a "small format" store and will hire aproximately 60 people.
The new store will provide items like clothing, accessories, baby items, swim gear, home and decor essentials, health products, beauty products and grocery items.
Soundscape Free Movies in the Park
The free SoundScape Cinema Series is held at the Miami Beach SoundScape ExoStage, at the corner of 17th Street and Washington Avenue. Movies begin at 8pm.
Wednesday, May 23, 2018- Dream Girls (2006)
Wednesday, May 30, 2018-Wizard of Oz (1939)