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Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Stiltsville Fish Bar, 5K Craft Beer Run, and Mojo Donuts Collab

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This weekend, Top Chef alums Janine Booth and Jeff McInnis will open Stiltsville Fish Bar; Sweet Melody ice cream will pop up at Mojo Donuts & Fried Chicken; the Tank Brewing Co. will host a 5K craft beer run; and Sweet Liberty and Chat Chow will host a National Bourbon Month brunch.
Green eggs and ham
Stiltsville Fish Bar Opens in Sunset Harbour. Top Chef alums Janine Booth and Jeff McInnis will debut Stiltsville Fish Bar, an upscale seafood shack in Miami Beach's Sunset Harbour, this Friday, September 29. The two-story space, which previously housed Joe Allen and PB Steak, was first announced in July 2016. The restaurant will give the neighborhood a laid-back locale with Key West-style food and drinks. Menu highlights include "green eggs and ham," green deviled eggs topped with crisp country ham and pickles; shrimp 'n' grits, with Creole sausage, melted tomato, sweet peas, and shrimp butter; and a whole fish served fried with tamarind barbecue sauce, fresh herbs, and chilies or steamed with key lime, jalapeño, tupelo honey, and basil. Opens Friday, September 29, at 1787 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach; 786-353-0477; Dinner daily beginning at 5 p.m..
National Coffee Day Special at Dunkin' Donuts. Purchase a medium, large, or extralarge cup of Dunkin' Donuts' signature hot coffee and receive a medium hot coffee free. Friday, September 29, at participating Dunkin' Donuts locations;
Sweet Melody at Mojo Donuts & Fried Chicken. Sweet Melody, a craft ice-cream concept by Miami native Mike Romeu, will pop up at Mojo Donuts this weekend in a new doughnut-and-ice-cream collaboration. Romeu will be onsite scooping some of his best-selling creams, along with an all-new glazed doughnut flavor, on top of purchased doughnuts. 11:30 a.m. Saturday, September 30, and Sunday, October 1, at 8870 Bird Rd., Miami; 305-223-6656;
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South Florida Craft Beer Run at the Tank Brewing Co. Runners love to celebrate the end of a race with a bevy of carbs and suds, but no brewery in Miami has thought to host a 5K until now. The Tank Brewing has teamed up with the founder of the Miami Marathon for the Craft Beer 5K Run to benefit Amigos for Kids, a nonprofit working to prevent child abuse, and Live Like Bella, which supports childhood cancer research. While the sweat dries, race participants can enjoy beer from nine local breweries, food, and live music. At the very least, it beats all of your other excuses to binge-drink. 6 p.m. Saturday, September 30, at 5100 NW 72nd Ave., Bay A-1, Miami; 786-801-1554; Registration costs $30 to $40 via
National Bourbon Month Brunch at Sweet Liberty. Sweet Liberty has partnered with Chat Chow for a four-course brunch in celebration of National Bourbon Month. The tasting menu will offer bourbon-infused dishes paired with cocktails by Sweet Liberty owner/mixologist John Lermayer. Highlights include fried tomato with roasted eggplant; eggs Benedict with pork, honey, almond, and hollandaise; and caramel brownie à la mode. To support those affected by Hurricane Irma, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Feeding South Florida. 12:30 and 2 p.m. Saturday, September 30, at 237-B 20th St., Miami Beach; 305-763-8217; Tickets cost $85 via
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Weekend Asado at Nautilus South Beach. The hotel hosts a regular weekend Caribbean-inspired asado, complete with grilled shrimp, chicken skewers, and steaks, paired with frozen cocktails. The $39 buffet includes live music and access to the hotel's beach and pool. Customers also receive a $10 Uber credit for a ride home or a discounted valet rate of $12. 1 p.m. Saturday, September 29, and Sunday, October 1, at 1825 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-503-5700;
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