GOURMET GOBBLE GOBBLE
Thanksgiving isn’t the only big meal this month. The Regional Kitchen & Public House in West Palm Beach and Duckhorn Vineyards host a dinner on Monday, November 13. Up to 60 diners will be treated to four courses by chef Lindsay Autry, such as stone crab timbale with sorghum tabbouleh in gazpacho vinaigrette and grilled wahoo with celery root remoulade, which are paired with chardonnay and Migration pinot noir, respectively. Learn more about St. Helena, Calif.-based Duckhorn from its director of winemaking and viticulture P.J. Alviso. Swank Farms, Autry’s former stomping ground in nearby Loxahatchee, kicks off season soon. Bring the family for a barn brunch to celebrate the fall harvest on November 26. Tickets ($87 for adults, $45 for children 4-12) include live music, bloody Marys and mimosas.
651 Okeechobee Boulevard; 561.557.6460; eatregional.com. 14311 North Road; 561.202.5648; swankspecialtyproduce.com
RUSSO & BASSO
Get a head start on holiday shopping next week with these style specials. Tod’s tapped Anna dello Russo, Vogue Italia’s former fashion stylist who’s currently the editor-at-large for Vogue Japan, for a circus-themed collection. A pro at fashion collaborations, she designed quirky, colorful handbags, shoes and other accessories. Pieces are available only at Tod’s New York flagship and its Miami Design District store starting mid-November. Dennis Basso, whose furs and cocktail dresses can be seen up and down Park Avenue and around Palm Beach, is bringing his New York atelier to Miami Beach for a Spring 2018 preview and sample sale. After a private VIP shopping event on November 14, the pop up runs from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on Wednesday, and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Thursday. RSVP to email@example.com and get details here:
143 NE 39th Street; 305.576.8132; tods.com
Ari, a men’s wear boutique from Manhattan that opened in 2001, expanded to 1 Hotel & Homes in South Beach. Israeli founder and designer Moshe Ben-Ari specializes in luxury ready to wear and bespoke fashions in cuts for athletic bodies including broad shoulders and slim waists. The collection, which favors fine silk, cashmere and leather with an artisanal twist like overdyed, ultra-lightweight knits for a vintage look and natural vegetable dyes, is produced at small factories throughout Italy. Because most of his clients live between Miami and New York, he sells as many winter coats, from shearlings and down puffers to a new cotton military jacket with a removable fox fur lining for Art Basel and the holidays, in both locations. A little-known tip: He also offers custom fashions for women.
2317 Collins Avenue; 786.773.1152; arisoho.com
Aston Martin made a splash at last week’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show with its extremely fast AM37S powerboat (blue version pictured). As flashy as South Florida’s sports cars, the 37-foot day boat was displayed in Diavolo red and cream leather upholstery with red contrast stitching. UK-based Quintessence Yachts marries maritime and automotive prowess in handcrafted vessels, each comprised of 3,500 exclusive parts. Two versions are available. The “gran turismo” leisure craft comes with twin 370 hp Mercury diesels or 430 hp Mercury petrol engines. The AM37S’s twin 520 hp petrol engines by Mercury Racing increase maximum speed to 50 knots. Its technology impresses too. A mobile app remotely operates sliding cockpit panels in carbon fiber, while the dashboard’s 15-inch touchscreen controls navigation to the electric anchor and entertainment system.