Miami Food Events This Weekend, June 12 Through June 14, 2020

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South Florida is slowly reopening, but restaurants and bars continue to find ways to serve and connect with the community through contactless delivery, virtual hangouts, and pick-up specials.

Take part in virtual cocktail classes this weekend, support Threefold Cafe and Clutch Burger with an all-day food-and-drink event and enjoy dim sum at Tanuki. Also, Phuc Yea is reopening its dining room!

Chat Chows Gio Gutierrez and Kyus Janes MacInnes

Chat Chows Gio Gutierrez and Kyus Janes MacInnes

Photo courtesy of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival

South Beach Wine & Food Festival virtual mixology course

Lee Brian Schrager of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival is developing a 20-part virtual mixology series that will allow viewers to learn the art of cocktail from Miami’s best bartenders. On Friday June 12th at 7pm, Kyu’s Bar Manager James MacInnes will be the first to teach you how to make his favorite Asian-style cocktails. Chat Chow’s Gio Gutierrez, co-host of the series, will provide color commentary and help MacInnes make the beverage. Each virtual class is conducted through Zoom and costs $ 20. Participants will receive a code to join, along with the recipes and ingredients list so they can join in at home. You can also ask questions in real time. So, if you want to know whether to replace lime juice with lemon juice or how to make simple syrup, you can consult a master bartender. All proceeds from the courses will be donated directly to the FIU Hospitality Industry Relief Fund, which funds independent and operated restaurants and bars affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. To date, the fund has paid more than $ 1.6 million to hundreds of restaurants in South Florida. The first virtual class starts on Friday June 12th at 7pm. To register for a class and for more information, visit sobewff.org.

This weekend, learn how to make Cuban cocktails virtually.EXPAND

This weekend, learn how to make Cuban cocktails virtually.

Photo courtesy of Miami Culinary Tours

Virtual Cuban Cocktail Class with Miami Culinary Tours and Airbnb

Take a virtual cocktail class on Friday afternoons and sample the Miami Cuban spirit at home. During the hour-long class, you can learn how to make a mojito, a daiquiri, and a cuba libre, among other things. Would you like a private experience with friends, family or as a team building experience? Take this upcoming course or request a repeat for a small group of your choice. Friday, June 12th, 1:30 p.m. Sign in through airbnb.com. Request a private class through miamiculinarytours.com.

The dine-in at Phuc Yea is now open.

The dine-in at Phuc Yea is now open.

Photo courtesy Phuc Yea

Phuc Yea opens again for dine-in

After months closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, Phuc Yea will finally reopen its dining room on Friday. Tables (groups of five or less) are distributed so you can enjoy your Vietnamese Cajun meal while following social distancing guidelines. In addition to the indoor seating, there is outdoor seating on the restaurant porch. Next weekend – just in time for Father’s Day – Phuc Yea will also reopen its lantern garden in the backyard. Aside from dine-in, the numerous promotions Phuc Yea launched during the coronavirus hiatus are still available for takeaway and delivery including Banh Wed Monday, Pho Wednesday, Char Sui BBQ Thursday, Fried Chicken Friday, Sancocho Sunday Dinner and Take away cocktails. The dining room will reopen on Friday June 12th. Phuc Yea, 7100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-602-3710; phucyea.com.

Support Clutch Burger and Threefold Cafe.

Support Clutch Burger and Threefold Cafe.

Photo courtesy of Clutch Burger

The very first ClutchFold with Threefold Cafe and ClutchBurger

From Saturday at 8 am, Threefold Cafe and Clutch Burger will host the first “ClutchFold” at Giralda Plaza in downtown Coral Gables. A $ 100 ticket includes breakfast as a starter and bottomless mimosas and sangria in the Threefold, plus a burger and unlimited beer in the Clutch Burger. IHeartMedia’s DJ Germain will be on hand to mix music throughout the day. In order to comply with the socially distant regulations, a limited number of tickets are available. Saturday, June 14, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Giralda Plaza, Giralda Ave., Coral Gables; threefoldcafe.com or 704-8007; instagram.com/clutchburgers or 305-400-8242. Call for tickets.

Enjoy a dim sum festival at Tanuki.EXPAND

Enjoy a dim sum festival at Tanuki.

Photo courtesy Tanuki

Dim sum weekends in Tanuki

Re-familiarize yourself with the brunch as Tanuki brings back his dim sum weekend special. Choose from three dim sum packages for two, including the Yum Cha set ($ 29), which includes grilled avocado with ponzu, fried vegetable rice, an assortment of dim sum, and mochi. the Hong Kong set ($ 39), which features beef, chicken or fried rice, a choice of dim sum, chicken or pork gyoza, and mocha or mango chia; or the Tokyo Set (USD 49) with crispy tuna rice, a selection of nigiri, a summer crab roll, a pork belly fuku roll, a maki sushi roll, a crispy snapper, and mochi or green tea fondant. Add unlimited sake, sparkling wine, or mimosas for $ 15. Every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 4pm at Tanuki, 1080 Alton Rd., Miami Beach; 305-615-1055; tanukimiami.com.

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Clarissa Buch is a reporter and food critic who has covered Miami for more than half a decade. Her work focuses on food and culture (and food culture).

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