Harry’s Pizzeria Opens
What: Named for his son, chef Michael Schwartz’s third restaurant serves serious pies (rock shrimp, short rib), beer, wine, and Panther Coffee in the former Pizza Volante spot.
Why: Slow-roasted pork pizza (fig, grilled onion, fontina, arugula), polenta fries, and chocolate panna cotta.
When: Mon.-Sat., 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
Where: 3918 N. Miami Ave. (786-275-4963).
Photographs with an Audience
What: NY-based artist Clifford Owens brings his ongoing, traveling, audience-participation project — housed inside a staged photo shoot — to Miami for the first time.
Why: The resulting pics will later be displayed in his Art Basel exhibit.
When: Sun., 4 p.m.
Where: Gallery Diet, 174 NW 23rd St. (305-571-2288).
Unique Jewelry Store
What: Adorn yourself in affordable ($20-$55), vintage-inspired baubles by a local designer.
Why: Retro lucky elephant necklace, chain camera pendant, and faux coral pin.
When: The cookie-cutter costume jewels just aren’t cutting it.
Where: Online at etsy.com.
What: Dedicated to restoring the sounds and spirit of its neighborhood, The Overtown Music Project hosts an event reminiscent of the area in the 1940s.
Why: An eighteen-piece big band (led by one of Count Basie’s disciples), DJ-performed hip-hop mash-ups, and streaming images of Overtown in its heyday.
When: Sat., 7-9:30 p.m.
Where: Liv at Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 441 Collins Ave. Tickets ($40) 0nline at eventbrite.com or at the door ($50).
Photo: Courtesy of The Genuine Hospitality Group