Hurricane Matthew couldn’t put a damper on Wynwood’s iii Points music festival, kicking off today. The three-day festival features plenty of musical acts (Method Man and Thievery Corporation amongst others) along with art and technology exhibits.
But if you’re one of the 30,000 expected attendees — odds are you’re going to get hungry at some point during the festival. Luckily for you there will be a special “dining enclave” put together by the Prism Creative Group that is "built of raw materials to accentuate the best of each participating business” by Deft Union with food and drink from Cake Thai, JoJo Tea, Harry's Pizza, Shake Shack, Coyo Taco, Panther Coffee, My Ceviche and La Latina.
Here’s what each plans on serving:
- Cake Thai: Golak-style fried chicken wings and chuchy curry fish with rice.
- Coyo Taco: Burritos and bowls filled with chicken carbon, carne Asada, al pastor and hongo.
- Harry’s Pizzeria: Margherita, Mushroom and Short Rib pizzas will all be made out of its mobile wood oven.
- La Latina: Tequenos, Arepas and Empanadas
- Shake Shack: Back for its third year, it’ll be selling its world famous ShackBurger
- Panther Coffee: Cold brews, and lots of it.
- My Ceviche: reps tell us an “assortment of ceviches” will be on hand.
- JoJo Tea: Miami’s favorite tea brand plans to have two activations on site. First is a booth within the installation featuring four different cold brew teas and four different fresh brew teas. In addition, JoJo will have a separate installation in a shipping container that's been transformed into a "Tea Room,” with tea ceremonies will take place in a custom-built teepee, and will serve 8 guests at a time. JoJo Tea also invites festival-goers to experience "One Taste," a guided meditation silent tea ceremony, aimed to teach people how to connect the art of tea and meditation, taking place twice daily.
The eats will be sold next to the Sunset@Noon path at 318 NW 23rd Street. There are no set operating hours, but some may stay open as late as 5 a.m.