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Social Cafe Group + Food bloggers brunch at Sproutz restaurant.

Social Cafe Group connects influencers with brands. We collaborated with Sproutz restaurant in Sunny Isles beach, Florida.

A group of South Florida food bloggers connected over some mouth watering dishes, an Instagram growth session and networking.

We were treated to Sproutz, a restaurant that creates a health-conscious community by education and delicious delights. The best way to educate is through food; Sproutz provides fresh and delectable dishes that are full of natural benefits, flavors and nutrients.

There’s something for everyone to love and all of our foodies that attended had happy tummies and indulged in instagram worthy food (scroll down to see for yourself-and try not to drool too much). Take your “pic” of poke bowls, cauliflower pizza, organic açaí bowl, natural juices, smoothies, wraps, salads, protein plates and paninis. Gluten free and vegan options as well. Check out their full menu here.

@Nomscooks reaction when she sees Sproutz’ menu
Cauliflower pizza: Homemade cauliflower crust (made from only cauliflower, mozzarella cheese, eggs, basil & garlic) topped with cheese, cherry tomatoes, arugula, shaved parmesan and a choice of tomato or pesto sauce. Photo credit: Lesly @CubanBabiix2
Photo credit: PixMi Studio
Refreshing smoothie made from actual fruits. Photo credit: PixMi Studio
Freshness you can see. Photo credit: PixMi Studio
Passion fruit smoothie: Passion fruit pulp, with water and honey. Photo credit: Johana @letsbefoodie

Sproutz is located on 17100 Collins Avenue, Ste 110 Sunny Isles Beach, Florida 33160

Organic Brazilian Acai blended with banana, mango & topped with banana, strawberry, pineapple , coconut flakes granola and honey. Photo credit: Hellen @maniacticbites
Photo credit: Lesly @cubanbabiix2
Naomi from @nomscooks. Photo credit: PixMi Studio
Homemade powerballs made from baked black beans, brown rice, kale and served on a bed of arugula with side of homemade sriracha mayo, coated with almond crumble. Photo credit: PixMi Studio
Mayra @ieatz305. Thanks @Popthefizzshop for the customized Tumblr. Photo credit: PixMi Studio
Tuna poke bowl. Choice of brown rice or quinoa, arugula, pineapple, edamame, ginger, avocado, cucumbers, carrots, sesame seeds, scallions, crunchy onions with spicy mayo & unagi sauce. Photo credit: Hellen @maniacbites
A blogger party isn’t complete without a group selfie. Photo credit: PixMi Studio
Naomi @NomsCooks and Salma @SocialCafeGroup. Photo credit: PixMi Studio
Kierys co-founder of PixMi Studio with Salma @SalmasPalette.

Upcoming events:

August: Digital Marketing Crash course in Wynwood, Miami.

If you are a food blogger, business, lifestyle blogger or an aspiring influencer join us in Wynwood for a digital marketing crash course if:

  • You are not growing followers
  • Not sure how to monetize your social media accounts
  • Stuck on what to post and having a hard time consistently posting
  • Have random businesses and bots following you
  • Zero clients or slow/no foot traffic to your business or website
  • Your comments section…not full of comments

We are going to learn and network over brunch. 8 seats remaining for early bird general admission tickets! Click below to reserve your seat.

Get a taste of what you will be learning by clicking here I teach you how to organically grow your Instagram account.

September: Food blogger event

October: Mommy blogger/ Mompreneur

Please send your full name and social links to to be considered for an invite.


Event was photographed by PixMi Studio (Based in South Florida)

Contact PixMi Studio for all of your photography and videography needs. They specialize in portraits, lifestyle and events.

Founded by, Keirys Pena and Ashani Salmon.

Business phone: (704) 345-4345



craft and common iced drink

Craft and Common

Orlando, your favorite coffee shop, Craft & Common, is now serving food and drinks!

Craft & Common has become an instant favorite for locals, and it has become a must have stop for tourists visiting downtown Orlando. Their menu has been revamped with an assortment of tasty items and treats like truffled popcorn, smoked salmon toast, and a cheese sampler, just to name a few. They have added new drinks, but they still have their specialty coffees like their painkiller.  The painkiller is a cold brew float with vanilla ice cream, cream of coconut, orange and nutmeg 🤤  If you’re a foodie like me and enjoy reading menus, check out their full menu here.

Let’s talk about the feels. I love the vibe, and the interior design is straight out of an Instagram Top Ten Cafe list. It’s bright, spacious and filled with succulents and potted plants defying gravity as they hang off walls and breathe some fresh 02 into your ozone. You can sip your coffee and get a shot of creativity amidst warm lights and decor that’s sure to make you more productive too. Before you get lost in the pics, share your favorite coffee shop(s) in the comments below.

interior of craft and common coffee shop
Interior of Craft and Common. Photo credit: David C. on Yelp

Hot latte with homemade whipped cream on top. Photo credit: @cafe.corgiii

Pistachio cake with strawberry rose jam filling topped with organic rosewater frosting. Photo credit: Craft and Common
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Artechouse, an interactive digital art exhibit, is Miami’s hottest back drop for your social media feed

Experience Artechouse, an interactive art and technology playground for both adults and children with successful installations in Washington D.C,  Miami and coming soon to New York.  Adrien M. and Claire B. created this internationally exhibited XYZT: Abstract Landscapes that has 4 dimensions: X (horizontal), Y (vertical), Z (depth), and  T (time).

Picture credit: annyalexa10

artechouse miami xyzt exhibit

Run through grass that flows as it follows your momentum, feel virtual reality as letters, digits, constellations and pixels react to your rhythms. You don’t need real rhythm, they won’t judge. Dance in a giant digital cube that plays music and transforms  its lights and sounds according to your movement.  Artechouse in South Beach has 10 installations, 9 of which are interactive. I highly recommend going with a group, especially with a friend that doesn’t mind switching camera duty because you’ll want to share this experience with everyone on social media.

Photo credit: @ohitsnikola
artechouse miami xyzt exhibit
Photo credit: @Jale691

Photo credit: @Christianfreudman

Be sure to share this video with your friends and comment below which installation you can’t wait to check out. Watch in 1080p 🙂

Ticket price before taxes:

Adults (Ages 15-64)  $24

Students, Seniors (65+) & Military ID holders $20

Children (Ages 2-14) $17

Purchase your tickets for Miami Artechouse here

Read more about Artechouse here

Yummy food to eat in Miami can be found here 

More information for Washington, D.C Artechouse can be found here