There’s no shortage of events this month. From family fun to decadent dinners, here are the best things to do in Miami in February:
Introducing CAO Chocolates & Cleanyst
February 8th @ 5:30PM
Get into the Valentine’s Day spirit and meet the newest vendors of Vecinos Market. Join the digital marketplace for a special edition Zoom with the Founder of Cleanyst, Nick Gunia and Chocolatier, Master Chocolate maker Ricardo "Cao" Trillos of Cao Chocolates. Learn more about cacao beans while trying a variety of chocolate and get educated on Cleanyst’s mission to help reduce carbon emissions and plastic waste. Following the chocolate seminar, enjoy a demo of the Cleanyst system - a system that enables you to easily make environmentally friendly, safe, non-toxic, natural home and body care products at home.
RSVP here, free.
Rocks & Wines: An Exclusive Journey w/ Chef Diego Rocas
Undisclosed Miami by Meat and Bone
Join Meat and Bone for their new dinner series, Undisclosed. The renowned butcher shop invites local boutique wine shop, Cana and Chef Diego Rocas of Bonito AVIVA Pop Up for a one-night-only dinner. Chef Rocas will be pairing some incredible wines to pair with his culinary delights. Highlights for the 5-course dinner includes Ora King Salmon, Scallops, Beef Tenderloin, Picanha Wagyu and Benton's Bacon.
Seats are $175 each. Secure your reservation here.
Discover Boating Miami International Boat Show
Feb. 16th – 20th
Life is better on a boat. This year, the Miami International Boat Show and the Miami Yacht Show have joined forces to create the Discover Boating Miami International Boat Show, making it the largest boat and yacht event in the world. Water sport lovers and boating enthusiasts can visit more than 1,000 exhibits, see thousands of vehicles, and enjoy live music and interactive experiences.
General Admission (one-day) tickets start at $15. For more information on tickets, visit here.
Coconut Grove Arts Festival
Feb. 19th – 21st
After much anticipation, this iconic arts festival is back in it’s 56th year. Family, friends, visitors and locals alike can head to Miami’s Bohemian neighborhood to discover stands and stalls from more than 360 juried artists. There is something for everyone as well as culinary demonstrations and delicious local eats, live music, family-friendly activities and more. Held every Presidents’ Day Weekend, the Arts Festival is one of the nation’s premier arts festivals with spectacular views of Biscayne Bay as the backdrop.
General admission tickets start at $20, tickets can be purchased online here.
South Beach Food & Wine Festival
Feb. 24th – 27th
Bust out those stretchy pants for the most delicious time of the year. Hosted by The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival is a national, star-studded, four-day destination event showcasing the talents of the world’s most renowned wine and spirits producers, chefs and culinary personalities. Highlights include Wine Spectator’s Best of the Best, Goya Foods’ Grand Tasting Village and Burger Bash. The festival also welcomes new events like Asian Night Market at Loews Miami Beach and celebrity studded dinners. Our favorite newcomer is the Calirosa Tequila Dinner hosted by Adam Levine, his model wife Behati Prinsloo, and local chef Scott Linquist at Como Como inside Moxy South Beach.
All net proceeds from the Festival benefit the Florida International University Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management.