The 11 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week


Courtesy of SoBeWFF
Courtesy of SoBeWFF


Thursday, February 25

You look stressed. You’ve been working too hard. You deserve a massage and a facial and a foot rub and some wine. What’s that? You don’t have the money for a spa day? That’s not true. Haven’t you heard about the Viceroy Hotel’s monthly Beauty and Besties spa happy hour? From 6 to 9 p.m. every last Thursday of the month beginning in February, the Viceroy Spa opens its doors to happy friends looking to get pampered without punching a hole in their wallets. This Thursday will feature a smorgasbord of sensory delights, including all the aforementioned services plus expert skin consultations, healthy snacks, access to spa facilities, special discounts, and spa treatment giveaways. Representatives from Babor, BuFace, Eminence, and HydraFacial will be onsite with samples and demonstrations, so make sure you and your pal show up with eager hands and minds.


Sit back, relax, and take in the gorgeous bay views at the Viceroy (485 Brickell Ave., Miami). The two-hour experience costs $60 per person, and those who work on Brickell Avenue get an additional 10 percent off. To book, call 305-503-0369 or email Visit

Bring your blanket, bring your dog — it’s outdoor movie time. Pérez Art Museum Miami continues Sea Movies at PAMM, its sea-themed movie series, with the 2004 comedy-drama The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou. The film features a star-studded cast, including Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Cate Blanchett, and Jeff Goldblum. Murray stars as Zissou, an oceanographer who wants to exact revenge on a sea creature that ate his partner. In addition to being a parody, the film is dedicated to French diving pioneer Jacques Cousteau, who helped develop what is now the modern-day scuba set.

Sea Movies at PAMM screens The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou Thursday at 7 p.m. at PAMM (1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami). Curl up with your pup on the lawn or sit on the bayside staircase; dogs are allowed only in outdoor areas. Tickets cost $16 for general admission and are free for museum members. Prepurchase is recommended due to limited space. Admission does not include food or drink. Call 305-375-3000 or visit


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