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Whitewaller is back and ready to bring you all you need to know for the Miami fairs. All week-long we’ll bring you “Insider Tips” from those in-the-know on what to see, do, eat, and drink. Next up, Rogerio Fasano, Chairman of Fasano.
“Michael Genuine: Awesome spot in the recently revamped Design District. Great brunch and phenomenal drinks. I like the ambience of Juvia restaurant. Its view is amazing, and it is a perfect spot to enjoy a martini during the sunset. I also love Cipriani, and his classic drinks and food.”
“The Art Deco buildings are an iconic part of Miami, and they are certainly one of the best artistic legacies of the city. The Shore Club, for example, where the future Fasano Hotel will be, is one of my favorites. At the same time, there are upcoming neighborhoods such as the Design District that are becoming more and more dynamic and amusing to visit.”
“I suggest attending Design Miami/ with interesting lectures and commissions that are a must-see. Pérez Art Museum Miami today is home to the largest art fair in the United States—it made no sense at all not to have a respected museum in this city. After a multimillion-dollar investment, a couple of years ago the Pérez Museum opened its doors with world-renowned exhibitions, cutting-edge architecture, and a pretty decent café inside. Worth the visit.”
“South Pointe Park: A peaceful, gorgeous, recently renovated and clean park at the tip of South Beach. Good for anyone looking for an authentic Miami experience that doesn’t necessarily involve sand or a pool. Also a great spot for sunsets. Rubell Family Collection: This family has been collecting contemporary art for way longer than anyone else in Miami. They were the pioneers of a trend that now defines this places. Their gallery is famous among art lovers around the globe, and, I must say, they know how to throw a party as well.”
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