Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Dunkin Donuts Perks, Mixology Class, and Wynwood Yard Anniversary

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Happy Monday, Miami. This week brings a handful of sweet treats thanks to Dunkin Donuts. The brand is offering daily specials as it rolls out its first-ever Perks Week.

Tuesday, celebrate SuViche Wynwood's third anniversary, and Wednesday, snag tickets to Lure Fishbar and Macchialina's collaborative dinner. Pisco y Nazca Kendall will host a mixology class Thursday; tickets are required. And the Wynwood Yard will throw a first-anniversary soiree Thursday.
Perks Week at Dunkin Donuts
The doughnut giant is saying thank-you to customers through a medley of specials during its first-ever Perks Week. Today score triple points on all purchases made via On-the-Go mobile ordering. Tuesday, buy or add $10 to any Dunkin Donuts card on the Dunkin’ Mobile app and receive an additional $5. Earn a free beverage when using On-the-Go mobile ordering Wednesday. Get a special offer if you purchase hot or iced coffee Thursday. The week ends with the chance to earn 100 bonus points if you make a purchase with your Dunkin Donuts card.

Third-Anniversary Celebration at SuViche Wynwood
Tuesday evening, celebrate SuViche Wynwood's third anniversary with extended happy-hour specials and a DJ beginning at 3 p.m. Enjoy $4 beer, wine, and sake as well as $5 spirits all night. There will be a variety of $5, $6, and $7 dishes as well.
A Night in Amalfi at Lure Fishbar
Miami Beach seafood restaurant Lure Fishbar will host dinner in collaboration with Italian eatery Macchialina this Wednesday at 7 p.m. The four-course family-style menu, crafted by Lure’s John Iatrellis and Macchialina's Mike Pirolo, will take diners on a journey along the coast of southern Italy. Menu highlights include fresh anchovies stuffed with mozzarella di bufula, battered, and fried, and paccheri al sugo di scorfano, a traditional ragu made with slow-braised Mediterranean scorpion fish, tomatoes, white wine, and garlic. Dinner will be served with white and red wines and will end on a sweet note with a dessert pairing. Seating is limited. The cost is $100 per person. Reservations are required; email jacqueline@macchialina.com.
Peruvian Mixology Class at Pisco y Nazca Kendall
Learn about Peruvian culture, cocktails, and cuisine from chef Miguel Gomez and mixologist Joel Mesa. Throughout Wednesday evening, guests will learn how to create signature cocktails while enjoying small plates. Purchase tickets for $40 per person via eventbrite.com.
Wynwood Yard First Anniversary at the Wynwood Yard
It's been a year since the Wynwood Yard made its mark in Miami's burgeoning arts district. This Thursday, honor one of the neighborhood's most popular social spaces with a lineup of local tunes as well as food concepts such as Della Bowls, Mr. Bing, and the British Garden. Expect drink specials by the Bar at the Yard too.

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