What to do, what to do...SO MUCH TO DO!!!

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From Daily Candy:

MIAMI | September 10, 2009

The Weekend Guide
What to Do This Weekend

agua spa!

Thursdays, Fridays, happy days. Saturdays, what a day.
Groovin’ all weekend with you.
Agua at Mondrian
What: The swank spa offers DailyCandy readers 50 (yes, 50!) percent off any one treatment, plus a free glass of bubbly.
Why: Massages and facials and pedicures — oh my.
When: Thru Sept. 30.
Where: 1100 West Ave., South Beach (305-514-1950). Map It

Future Classic Festival
What: The one-night event includes performances by N.E.R.D.,ANR, and more, plus sweet skateboard demos, break-dance competitions, and gift bags.
Why: The future is now.
When: Sat., 4 p.m.-2 a.m.
Where: Soho Studios, 2136 NW 1st Ave., Wynwood. Map It

Disco Baby Supper Club
DJ Mark Leventhal turns Swedish brasserie Badrutt’s Placeinto a retro discotheque as diners boogie to ’70s beats.
Why: Can you dig it?
When: Sat., 6 p.m.-midnight.
Where: 1250 S. Miami Ave., Brickell (305-415-0070). Map It

Movies at
The Spa at Icon Brickell
On Saturdays the spa screens flicks (this week, Casablanca) and serves popcorn and cupcakes in its 30-person theater.
Why: Phillipe Starck-designed movie seats.
When: Sat., 7:30 p.m.
Where: 465 Brickell Ave., Brickell (305-503-0369). Map It

Spit-Polishing a Starless Sky/Outer Space
Two exhibits made up of works by up-and-coming Miami artists are superimposed willy-nilly, creating one postmodern piece.
Why: For art’s sake.
When: Thru Oct. 5. Opening party, Sat., 6-9 p.m.
Where: Charest-Weinberg Gallery, 250 NW 23rd St., space 408, Wynwood (305-292-0411). Map It

From Thrillist:

Drink/Eat: Passport Through Italy Series at Fratelli Lyon
Every Wed for next 6 weeks, 7:30pm, Fratelli Lyon; 4141 NE 2nd Ave, Design District, Miami; 305.572.2901

$45 nets you a wine
workshop canvassingdifferent regions of Italy, pairing 6 to 8 wines with local grub. This week starts with Italy 101 (Fiano di Avellino by Rocca del Principe 2006 with swordfish carpaccio; Barbaresco, Nubiola by Pelissero 2004 with cheese/sage/nutmeg ravioli; with coming weeks hitting the Mediterranean (Sicily, Campania, and Puglia), Central Italy (Umbria, Marche, Lazia, Abruzzo), as well as the Alps, Peimont, and the “Rustic Countryside of Tuscany”, which may or may not feature Fabio in a billowy farmer shirt on the cover.
Space is limited, so call 305.572.2901 or email info@fratellilyon.com for a spot

Eat: The Mango Café
Now open, Fruit and Spice Park, 24801 SW 187th Ave; Homestead; 305.247.5727
This new lunch spot, lodged in a historical pioneer house, serves Florida tropical cuisine with seasonal, locally grown herbs, fruits, and veggies. Eats include banana bread w/ exotic fresh fruits, Florida lobster roll, shrimp tacos, Thai chicken salad w/ fresh mangos, dessert items like mango passion cheesecake and key lime pie, and a tropical fruit mélange salad with seasonals like dragon fruit, star fruit, and mangosteens, which sound like they won't be available on Yom Kippur.

More on the Fruit And Spice Park at MiamiFruitAndSpicePark.com