South Beach Events in November

People are slowly flocking to south Florida, so you know what that means… it’s in season! At this time of year, there are more events and happening than ever occurring in South Beach. November is a great month to experience all that South Beach has to offer. Here are some great South Beach events for you to check out in the Month of November. There’s something for everyone!

South Florida Dragon Boat Festival | TBA
Haulover Beach Park Marina, 10800 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
This annual festival is a one-day Asian cultural festival that shares the Asian culture with the community. It is run by the United Chinese Association of Florida, whose mission is to “enhance the harmony of this diverse society through the sponsorship of social, cultural, and educational activities.”  In a previous year, the Kardashian family participated in the dragon boat race. This is a 2000-year-old sporting event. Along with this race, there are cultural performances, egg roll eating contest, martial arts performances, a kite contest, a lion and dragon dance, a health booth, face painting, authentic Asian food, and more.

Miami Beach Veterans Day Parade | Nov. 11
Parade begins on Washington Avenue from 17 Street to 11 Street and then turning into Flamingo Park Baseball Stadium.

White Party Week | Nov. 23-28
This is the 32th annual White Party Week and each year thousands of people make the trip down to Miami back to attend events, shows and fundraisers for the fight against HIV/AIDS.  Parties are held throughout the city in various locations. The series of fundraisers benefit Care Resource, which is South Florida’s largest and oldest HIV/AIDS community health care provider. Tickets range from $10 to $570 depending on the type of ticket and pass you get. For more information, visit here.

Other Events

Evanescence | Nov. 13
The Filmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach

The Pet Shop Boys | Nov. 15
The Filmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach

The Betsy A Cappella Festival | Nov. 18-20
1440 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach

INK Miami Art Fair | Nov. 30-Dec. 4
Suites of Dorchester, 1850 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

Scope Art Fair Miami Beach 2016 | Nov. 29-Dec. 04
Ocean Drive and 8th Street, Miami Beach

Go to South Beach Events in November
Whether you’re into art or music or want to experience to culture, you’ll definitely find something to do when visiting South Beach in the month of November. After a busy day at one of these events, you’ll be tired. It’s best to rest up at a nearby hotel – that way, you can stay the night and experience South Beach in a whole new way the following day. Stay at the beautiful Art Deco hotel, the Cavalier, which is in the heart of South Beach on Ocean Drive. To book your stay at the Cavalier, click here or call 305-673-1199.

Hidden Gems of South Beach

South Beach is famous for its bar scene, fancy restaurants, and night life. Of course, there are the top hot spots that people go to and know about, however, the area has plenty of other establishments that are definitely worth checking out. Although they might not be as talked about as some other places, they are gaining attention with their good quality food and ambiance – in short, they’re the hidden gems of South Beach. Below, we’ve listed a few restaurants and bars that can be considered hidden gems of South beach (often favored by the locals); you should try one…or all of these out on your next trip to South Beach!

Foxhole Bar | 1218 14th Ct., Miami Beach

The bar is known as the first speakeasy of South Beach; it opened in 2011. The bar has a modern vibe; people can enjoy the music played by DJs, play a game of pool or darts here while drinking reasonably-priced drinks. A “Drunken Dragon Menu” is offered from 6 to 11:30 p.m. featuring food like popcorn, twice-fried chicken, lobster rolls, and edamame. Food prices range from $6 to $18. It’s a classier dive bar, and even has bottle service.

Moreno’s Cuba | 318 20th St., Miami Beach
This spot offers delicious Cuban food, like many other places in the area, but it stands out. It is owned by a Latin Grammy winner Jorge Moreno and is situated in a courtyard behind the boutique Riviera Hotel. It’s known for its tasty mojitos, bistec palomilla, and lechon asado. Moreno performs frequently, and live music occurs nightly.

Bodega Taqueira y Tequila | 1220 16th St., Miami Beach
Think Mexican street food combined with a super cool bar. This play has daily food specials. Some featured menu items include: chimichurri steak tacos, mahi ceviche, hongos tostada, and panza tacos. Prices range from $2 to $13.  The inside of this place look like a taco truck. There is live music on Wednesdays and happy hour takes play daily from 6 to 8 p.m.

Other Hidden Gems: Krispy Krunchy, Las Olas Café, The Alibi, The Bar at 1306, and Drunken Dragon.

Stay Nearby these South Beach Hidden Gems

Whether you’re in the mood for BBQ carnitas, or a party with friends, these places will guarantee you a good time. And you’re still guaranteed the South Beach experience with cheaper prices and smaller crowds! While you’re out and about in one of these hidden gems of South Beach, check into the Cavalier Hotel. The Cavalier is within walking distance to the hottest spots in South Beach. To book your stay, call 305-673-1199 or click here.




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