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LoKal Burgers & Beer Does the "Harlem Shake"

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LoKal is one of our favorite neighborhood restaurants for many reasons -- custom-made oversized burgers made with hormone-free meat, hand-cut fries, and a great selection of craft brews.

But we also love LoKal because the small Coconut Grove restaurant has quickly become a dog-friendly locals' hangout where you're free to be who you are without any pretense.

So, of course, when LoKal's owner, Matt Kuscher, decided to get in on the "Harlem Shake" craze, he had to have his French bulldogs, Yeyo and Chichi, star in the video.

Here's the LoKal crew with a doggy-style version of the "Harlem Shake":

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