Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Miami Heat, Wine Specials, and a Kaiseki Dinner

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Happy Monday, foodies. Head to Batch Gastropub tonight for a bevy of game-day specials ranging from eats like pulled-pork sliders and hanger steak skewers to drinks like $4 Bud Lights and $5 Fireball shots. Tonight is Quattro's "bacco" night special too, where diners receive 50 percent off all bottles of wine during dinner. 

Midtown Oyster Bar is offering a complimentary bottle of wine with lunch or dinner for parties of two or more, and Bází's monthly kaiseki dinner returns Wednesday night. End the week with the River Yacht Club's new executive lunch menu, featuring salmon tiradito with spicy soy and grilled skirt steak drizzled in shallot sauce.


The Playoffs at Batch Gastropub
Batch is treating NBA fans to game-day specials such as $4 Bud Lights, $15 pitchers, and $5 Fireball shots. All fans get 20 percent off food with a game-day ticket before or after the game. Menu items include pulled pork, fried chicken, and garlic shrimp sliders; hanger steak skewers; and Pope's buttermilk biscuits. 
Bacco Night at Quattro
The Lincoln Road eatery's new Monday-night special gives diners 50 percent off all bottles of wine during dinner service. Guests can choose from more than 200 bottles from 20 Italian regions, but wines by the glass are not included in the offer.

Hy Vong to Go at the Arsht Center
Hy Vong closed last October, but the beloved Little Havana eatery is making a much-needed appearance at the Adrienne Arsht Center tonight. Pick up pork or shrimp rolling cakes, pork or tofu spring rolls, beef noodle soup, and kimchee. Food will be available in front of the Arsht Center's Books & Books location from 4 to 8:30 p.m. 

Free Wine With Reservation at Midtown Oyster Bar
During lunch or dinner Monday through Thursday, snag a complimentary bottle of red or white wine with each reservation for two. For every additional two people, an extra bottle of wine will be offered too. 

Kaiseki Dinner at Bází
Bází's monthly kaiseki dinner returns Wednesday with more than ten unique courses prepared by chef Mike Pirolo and chef de cuisine Brett Collier. Each plate will be paired with a drink, ranging from fruit-infused sakes to authentic Asian teas, by beverage director William Rivas. Each seating is limited to eight diners. Dinner costs $150 per person, and seatings begin at 6 and 9 p.m. For more information, call 305-695-0101.

Executive Lunch Menu at River Yacht Club
River Yacht Club has launched an executive lunch menu available Wednesday through Friday. The three-course prix-fixe menu features salmon tiradito with spicy soy, grilled skirt steak drizzled in shallot sauce, roasted chicken breast with lemon and chili oil, and a selection of fruit sorbets. Lunch runs from noon to 4 p.m. For more information, visit riveryachtclub.com.

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