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Late Night Happy Hours 'Round Miami in Honor of The Federal's

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We're squealing with glee! The Federal Food Drink & Provisions graced us with the news that they're opening for lunch starting February 20 (buffalo pig wings for lunch and dinner, yes please!) and adding midnight happy hour!

We're talking specialty vermouth, sherry, and low-alc spirits for the Fed's late night happy hour cocktails. The best part: it starts tonight!

Since the new happening calls for immediate celebration, we've compiled a list of other joints that offer the rare late night happy hour. But of course, we're going to start off with the dirty details for the Fed.

The Federal
Fridays and Saturdays, 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Six-dollar house cocktails, $5 house wines, and $4 house draft beers. Snacks & Bits bar menu. Try out their new $9 specialties like Saucy Lee's Lemon Rickey (dry vermouth, Cocchi Americano, scented with muddled lemon rind and sage, floated with lemon-lime soda).

Town Kitchen & Bar
Fridays, midnight to 2 a.m.
Half-priced select beers, wines and cocktails.

Blue Martini Brickell
Fridays, 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Seven-dollar martinis, $4 cocktails, and $3 beers.

Berries in the Grove
Fridays, 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Three-dollar Smirnoff vodka drinks and other drink specials.

Tobacco Road
Fridays, all day
Ninety-eight-cent drink specials.

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