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The three things you need to know today in Miami: Mon December 4

Virginia Gil
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Beginning Wednesday, get a sneak peek of Michael Schwartz’s anticipated new restaurant, Amara at Paraiso, before it officially opens to the public in January. Access to the four-day pop-up includes a four-course, family-style tasting menu, snacks and a selection of cocktails, beer and wine for the table, plus live music from Brazilian band Batuke. Tickets are $189 per person through Resy.

DIVISION, Wynwood’s newest concept shop for dudes who appreciate tattoos, surfing and skateboarding, is officially open for business. The newly opened space from Mark Gamez and Christian De La Iglesia, the guy’s behind the popular F1RST Surf Shop in South Beach, and Ami James from Love Hate Tattoos and Miami Ink, combines a tattoo parlor, retail store and event space (with a bar to come).

BitBits, MLB star Miguel Cabrera’s popular chocolate candy brand, is now available in South Florida. The bite-sized, rice crispy indulgences come in four flavors—milk chocolate, white chocolate, strawberry cheesecake and peanut—and are on sale at local supermarkets and drugstores. 

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