Short stacks and syrup are just a taste of what Wynwood’s most progressive non-profit has in store for art enthusiasts of all ages. Adults can enjoy the best of brunch including bottomless mimosas while rubbing elbows with Miami’s emerging and established virtuosos just steps from their studios. Kids have the option to decorate their own pancakes or craft a more permanent memento…or both. Everyone is welcome to test their face-stuffing skills in the Pancake Eating Contest and afterwards Bakehouse Art Complex invites you to stay for the Wynwood Green & Art Market. The monthly fair provides the community with an influx of fresh produce and spreads the reach of homegrown art far and wide. Be a part of the inaugural experience that’s poised to become a homegrown tradition while benefitting local artists on May 10 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at Bakehouse Art Complex; 561 NW 32nd St.; 305.576.2828; BACFL.org.
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