The Scoop: Miami & Broward | Weekend of November 21st

Botero Boulevard

Some of Fernando Botero’s most significant sculptures line Lincoln Road in a new exhibit curated by Gary Nader Art Centre. More than a dozen of the Colombian artist’s works such as Leda and the Swan and Donna Sdraiata are on display along Miami Beach’s popular pedestrian mall through March 31, 2020.

French Finds

Maisons du Monde, a French home and design store with locations throughout Europe, launched its second U.S. outpost in Aventura. The convenient concept annually issues a collection that’s broken down into seven distinct looks with home accessories and other trendy tips. Find anything and everything from garden vignettes to kid-friendly bedroom sets to tableware.

19501 Biscayne Boulevard; 305.614.1191;

Shore Thing

Bite into Buenos Aires and beyond at Orilla Bar & Grill, executive chef Fernando Trocca’s culinary addition to the new Urbanica The Euclid Hotel in the posh South of Fifth neighborhood. He’s cooked internationally in places as diverse as London and Mexico to create a broad menu featuring empanadas to black rice with squid and bacon.

426 Euclid Avenue; 305.397.8144;

Read Alert

There’s still time to savor the annual Miami Book Fair, which is being held at Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus in downtown Miami through November 24. Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon reads from his memoir “Beautiful on the Outside,” and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Russo talks about his career including his new novel, “Chances Are…”

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