Plus, the world's coolest neighborhoods, Miami's best new desserts and where to find the perfect pumpkin
Time Out #5 | Monday 12 October, 2020  
Find the best happy hour in Miami on literally any day of the week
Is it the weekend yet? Who cares! Miami is packed with places offering sweet deals on cocktails, wine and beer Monday through Sunday.
The week ahead
Virginia Gil
Miami editor
Fall is still beach season in Miami, and oceanfront Taquiza is taking full advantage with a new $10 taco combo box that’s ready to hit the sand with you.
Monty’s Raw Bar and Miami Club Rum teamed up to create a special watermelon mojito in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s pink, refreshing and—the best part—helps raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Cheers!
Some freaky things are happening over at the Curtiss Mansion in Miami Springs. Expect a terrifying journey through the historical landmark as you encounter demons, cannibals and other sinister creatures of the night.
Do all the fall things at these Miami pumpkin patches
Relish in the great autumnal tradition of picking gourds the size of your head, plus roam through corn mazes and hop on tractors at these adorable farms and pop-up fields spread out across the city.
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Sugar, sugar
These home bakers are making some of Miami’s best new desserts
The rise of the at-home bakery dominated Miami’s culinary landscape during the lockdown. From trained pastry chefs and award-winning bakers to skilled cooks, people across the city turned their private kitchens into small commissaries for sweet innovations. Most of these talented bakers are still around, whipping up cookies, cakes and more mouthwatering desserts you’ll want to order the next time you need a little sugar in your life.
Cakeology by Erika
Erika uses old family recipes to make her complicated yet beautiful, naked layer cakes. Think tall, pretty and photogenic—basically, the pastry version of a model.
Superbon BakeHouse
Lightly sweetened, gluten-free and topped with all kinds of fresh fruit, Superbon’s organic pavlovas are as close to healthy as you can get. Bring on the meringue!
Casa Fête
Casa specializes in roscas: large, ring-shaped desserts made with crunchy bits of cereal, sugar and 100-percent Belgium chocolate, among other high-quality ingredients.
Bang Bang Bakehouse
Grandma’s rum cakes have nothing on these moist, boozy creations. Looking to share? Try the cake balls, which are dipped in vanilla glaze and topped with a toasted, pecan crumble.
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Miami, in their words...
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