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SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 2018
11 AM - 3 PM

Miami’s most epic brunch is back and heading west to Downtown Doral Park for a paw-fect Sunday celebration!

Thanks to Downtown Doral, the Puppy Brunch is going to be just as amazing as ever! Bring your furry friend for a Sunday of bubbles, doggy fun, activities, and all the treats they can dream of. We’ll have puppy food by Le Chien Gourmet, puppy adoption, a row of doggy activations and pop-ups, puppy lounges for those who just want to relax, doggy grooming, photo booths plus much more to experience.

For the humans, brunch will be just as grand. Enjoy Sunday specialties by some of the best local eateries like The Salty Donut, Threefold Cafe, and Pinch Kitchen and many more Miami favorites listed below. Plus hand-crafted cocktails and mimosas by Mac’s Pubs. There will also be jam sessions by Miami’s Latin funk favorites Xperimento and an opening hip-shake by Cortadito.
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by: @dobbythefreehound

 Dobby is sporting the " Miami " Wagboss Bandana

Dobby is sporting the "Miami" Wagboss Bandana

*Update since this review was originally posted: The Miami Flea has now moved back to it's original location, Canvas Miami at the A+E District90 NE 17th Street.

We visited the Miami Flea on 2/18/18, a monthly event that showcases local artists, bands, restaurants, retail, and doggy vendors in Miami's arts and entertainment district. It's located at 1445 N. Miami Avenue and is hosted once a month. It typically includes over 100 vendors, including doggy bakeries, dog boarding/hotels, and of course Wagboss! You can find them on instagram at @miamiflea.

The location is mostly dirt/sand, and there are picnic tables and seats near the stage for you and your pup to rest at. Most of the seats and picnic tables are shaded/semi-shaded, but it is an outdoor event so it can be hot towards the beginning as the event runs from 2pm to 6pm. While walking in between the vendor tents, you can find multiple water bowls for your pup to hydrate, and some vendors (non-dog vendors included) even have bowls of free treats for the dogs. I would still bring a travel bowl for your dog in case they get thirsty, but the vendors are pretty amenable to providing water. Lots of people bring their pups to the event, so if your pup isn't very social it may be overwhelming. We stayed for about 2 and a half hours, walked through vendors (who were all super kind to Dobby!), and sat at a shared picnic table for a while listening to the music while Dobby cooled himself down laying in the dirt under the table :) . It was a great event and Dobby definitely enjoyed himself! He was pooped afterwards; probably a mix of the excitement over meeting other people/dogs and the heat. We're definitely going to return next month!

third sunday of each month
2 p.m. - 6 p.m.

A+E District
1445 North Miami Avenue

Families, bikes, and pets welcome!
Pro Tip: Skip the sandals; wear your favorite boots or sneaks!