Best of Miami

Miami New Times' Best of Release Party Happens Tonight

While you're on your way to the office, be sure to pick up Miami New Times' 27th annual Best of issue, which hits the streets today, June 19. Sure, you've been reading it online, but this is the one issue that we like to keep around as reference material for the entire year. Plus, it's good reading for those Miami summer afternoons when the power goes out for a few minutes.

Our Best of issue names more than 300 of Miami's finest shops, coolest bars, and most delicious restaurants in our city. In fact, we're so proud of it, we're inviting you to celebrate at our Best of Release Party.

See also: Best of Miami 2014

Come out to the Rusty Pelican today from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. and join us for delicious bites by the famed Miami restaurant. Check out this fish. He's on the menu!

You'll also enjoy crafted cocktails by Voli vodka; Purity vodka; Rhum Barbancourt; Deep Eddy vodka; Miami Club rum; Tanduay Asian rum; Zignum mezcal, and Rums of Puerto Rico. And, because it's a "Best of" party, we're breaking out the good stuff -- Macallan 12 Year Scotch; Souverain and Castello di Gabbiano wines; Veuve de Vernay Champagne, and Barton & Guestier rose, and Goose Island beer will be there, too.

See also: Miami New Times' Best of Release Party Cocktails: Have a Mojito or a Wynwood Balls!

Tickets for this 21-and-over soiree are only $30 and include cocktails, food, music, a cool photo booth, and retro video games! Get your tickets online at ticketfly.com until noon today, or at the door. We'll meet you at the bar!

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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times. She has been featured on Cooking Channel's Eat Street and Food Network's Great Food Truck Race. She won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature about what it's like to wait tables.
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