Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Try the Death Row Ribeye
Just when you thought this year's Halloween festivities were over, think again. Cantina La Veinte, inside the Icon Brickell, has crafted a special Dia de Los Muertos menu offered through the end of today.
Get your weekly dose of comfort food Tuesday at Station 5 Table & Bar. Top off hump day with dips and sips at Cleo South Beach inside the Redbury Hotel during industry night from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. End the week with a bang at the fifth-annual Burgerlicious. Indulge in 20 of the best burgers in Coral Gables and sip drinks from Sam Adams and Jack Daniel's. Tickets are still available!
Halloween-themed bites at Cantina La Veinte Deli & Cafe
To celebrate Day of the Dead, indulge in festive bites created by chef Santiago Gomez. The eatery's Dia de Los Muertos menu adds a spooky twist on traditional Mexican favorites. The menu includes black aguachile ($21), black tamale ($18), and black fideo seco ($32). For something sweet, try the roasted pumpkin ($12), with pumpkin foam, five-spice ice cream, and crisp quinoa.
Death Row Ribeye
Courtesy of Station 5 Table & Bar
Comfort Food at Station 5 Table & Bar
Try Station 5 Table & Bar's newest comfort-food-themed menu additions. Dishes include the Death Row Ribeye, with cognac butter, black truffle salt, roasted garlic mash, short-rib gravy, and roasted veggies; homemade sweet potato gnocchi with lump crabmeat, applewood-smoked bacon, sweet peas, basil, sage, and shaved Parmesan; and, on the lighter side, a vegan Thai green curry salad. Dinner begins at 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.
Industry Night at Cleo South Beach
Calling all Miami restaurateurs, mixologists, and industry folks. The South Beach eatery is offering 50 percent off select specialty cocktails, including the spiced ginger mojito and the Lotus Flower, and certain Mediterranean dishes, including Brussels sprouts, spicy cigars, and kale flatbread. At the bar and on the patio and mezzanine, guests can cheer to a hard day’s work from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Courtesy of Katsuya South Beach
Unofficial National Doughnut Day at Katsuya South Beach
It's National Doughnut Day! Kind of. The real one was June 5, but Katsuya South Beach is celebrating today with a sweet special. The eatery will offer all tables that spend $150 or more one free doughnut per person. But these aren't just any doughnuts. Katsuya serves them glazed in a unique coco Lopez sauce whose sweetness is complemented by a serving of a passionfruit coulis. The offer is good from 6 to 11 p.m.
Burgerliscious at Ponce Circle Park
The fifth-annual Burgerliscious, hosted by the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce, will take place Thursday from 6 to 10 p.m at Ponce Circle Park (2810 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables). Nibble on 20 of the best burgers around town while you enjoy live music and other special attractions. Expect brews from Sam Adams and libations from Jack Daniel's. Tickets cost $65 for general admission, which includes six sliders and two Sam Adams beers, and $125 for VIP admission, which includes unlimited sliders and beers, access to the VIP tent, early admission, and gift bags. Visit eventbrite.com.
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