Miami Art Week needs no introduction. From December 1 through 6, nearly every hotel, restaurant, public space, and hole-in-the-wall will transform into a gallery or on-the-spot installation.
But those who know Miami Art Week know it goes far beyond getting a glimpse into the ever-growing contemporary art world. From live music and performances to lavish parties and gatherings, the other places and happenings are just as important. Recharge at pop-ups, including a prix-fixe sit-down and chef Michelle Bernstein’s famous fried chicken.
The Salty Donut
The Salty Donut, an artisanal donut shoppe and coffee bar, is officially opening its pop up on December 3, the first day of Art Basel. Located at 29 NW 24th St. in Wynwood, the pop-up will be open from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.