Summer time is considered barbecue time, but even if you're not a huge grill enthusiast, it's almost a patriotic requirement to have some sort of grilled or barbecued food on the Fourth of July to celebrate our country's independence. Brother Jimmy's Barbecue
based in New York City, is planning on moving down to the sunshine state soon, and to celebrate its upcoming opening and Independence day, the barbecue eatery is teaming up with Sailor Jerry Rum to bring Miamians a free southern-style barbecue fest. Revelers can enjoy a complimentary pig roast along with rum cocktails like the Backyard Tea and Rockabilly Lemonade in front of Brother Jimmy's future Brickell home, which promises to open later in July.
Well fed and tipsy, you can work off some of those calories (not to mention the buzz) by dancing to the tunes of New Orleans-based band, Rockin Dopsie Jr & the Zydeco Twisters, whose infectious Louisiana sound promises to keep the party going all night long. Barbecue-goers will also get the chance to get a sneak peak at Brother Jimmy's new Miami digs.
The party will last from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM on Wednesday, July 4th at 900 South Miami Avenue in Mary Brickell Village.