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The District Factory, Phuc Yea! Food, and Fashion

| June 4, 2012 | Calendar

Gallery Walk’s most anticipated shopping event and mash-up features a comeback cameo by Vietnamese Pop-Up Restaurant Phuc Yea! and highlights the emerging designers and artists who keep Miami on the forefront of fashion.

Leading the charge, as special guest host, popular Miami Blogger, Annie Vazquez, The Fashion Poet, will help usher in June’s installment of talented designers who will showcase locally inspired and designed items that include art, jewelry, apparel, reconstructed vintage, and so much more.

Welcomed by presenting sponsor Mercedes-Benz of Coral Gables, shoppers can also expect to be entertained by the sounds of Scratch DJ Academy’s DJ I.A.N., Société Perrier infused cocktails, snacks by Pop Chips, a Midtown Nail Bar & Beauty Lounge, and an indie “Factory Flick” courtesy of O Cinema. To add, the Factory will feature artwork by post-pop artist Carol Adrianza and several art installations by Taylor Kienholz of Pencils and Sawblades.

Phuc Yea!, pronounced [fook – yey’], Miami’s first “pop-up” restaurant, best known for their modern interpretation of traditional Vietnamese cuisine, will feature some of their classics including Mamma T’s Cha Gio (Spring Rolls) with Nuoc Cham, Gangsta Banh Mi with traditional fixins, pickled veg and cracklins, as well as Good for your Belly Papaya Salad. All Phuc Yea! (PY) snacks will be priced at $6 each. PY will also be pouring thirst quenching punch tumblers – House of Monkeys Mango Punch and Cucumber Sake Cooler ($10). Additionally, sister restaurant, The Federal Food, Drink & Provisions, will also be setting up shop featuring a beer garden pouring exclusively craft beers and sodas.

Helping to support entrepreneurs and the community alike, The District Factory will once more donate a portion of the proceeds to Dress for Success Miami to support their mission of providing training and clothing to individuals struggling to secure and retain employment.

THE DISTRICT FACTORY, located at 3900 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33137, opens to the public from 7PM to 10PM. To shop THE DISTRICT FACTORY or to be featured as a designer, learn more by visiting www.districtfactory.com or email info@districtfactory.com for further details.



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