tonight. Located in the former Afterglo space (1200 Washington Avenue, Miami),
this "gastro-lounge" will showcase molecular gastronomy. For those who
aren't sure what this means, let's just say that the photo above is of
flying bacon plantains, and the one below is the bruschetta:
name comes from the UK-based label Hed Kandi, and music played here
will be curated from that inventory. The lounge aspect is a major one,
and there promises to be "high-octane dance-floor glamour".
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