Lokal's Grand Opening Party: Have a Beer With the Mayor Next Thursday

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For some reason, in Miami a restaurant will open and then hold its grand opening about six months or a year later.

Lokal's Matthew Kusher is taking a more traditional approach to the grand opening party -- he's holding it less than a month after his Coconut Grove restaurant actually opened its doors.

On Thursday, January 19, Lokal's opening their doors for an old fashioned grand

opening celebration -- complete with a ceremonial ribbon cutting by Miami

Mayor Tomas Regalado. Florida International University's head football

coach Mario Cristobal is also scheduled to make an appearance.

The festivities run from 5 to 7 p.m. and feature complimentary beer and wine, live music and passed bites from Lokal's menu.

To RSVP, email info@lokal.com.

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