Start the week with a visit to Mignonette's newly improved happy hour. Find all of its oysters for $2 each, along with bites such as house pickles, clams, and lobster deviled eggs.
Also this week, try Jaya's three-course prix fixe, which is available through July 31. On Wednesday, snag a glass or bottle of rosé at Cleo, or head to the Dutch for the final installment of its summer barbecue series.
New Summer Happy Hour at Mignonette
The restaurant has upped its happy hour to include all of its oyster varieties for just $2 each, along with other menu items at special prices. Expect Bahamian conch fritters ($9), house pickles ($5), raw clams ($1), and lobster deviled eggs ($2). The restaurant's champagne and caviar deal ($90) is still available too. Beer ($5) and glasses of wine ($7), along with bottles for $25, are offered as well. Happy hour is Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. For more information, visit mignonettemiami.com.
Three-Course Dinner at Jaya
Every day through July 31, Jaya offers a three-course dinner menu priced at $59. Guests can choose one appetizer, such as pork-belly bao, trio of crudo, chicken and coconut shrimp, tomato, or the family option, Japanese leaf. Diners can then select from entrée options including a pad thai, lobster laksa, tandoor chicken masala, and Peking duck. Dessert is either tempura chocolate or chocolate and caramel. Dinner begins daily at 7 p.m.
Discounted Rosé Wednesdays at Cleo
To celebrate summer, Mediterranean eatery Cleo offers Juliette La Sanglière rosé at half price every Wednesday at the bar. Priced at $6 by the glass and $24 per bottle, the wine is known to pair well with nearly any plate. The restaurant's full menu will be available at the bar too. The offer begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Summer Barbecue Series at the Dutch
For the fifth year in a row, the Dutch is hosting its weekly Wednesday-night barbecue series throughout July. Chef de cuisine Adonay Tafur has teamed up with a rotating roster of guest chefs to craft a specially themed barbecue feast served family-style, which also feature sweet treats by pastry chef Josh Gripper. Tickets to each meal cost $40 per person. This week will be hosted by Darren Donovan, sous-chef at the Dutch, along with guest chefs John Gallo and Rene Reyes of Pinch Kitchen and Steve Santana of Taquiza. The theme will be a pig roast. For more information, visit thedutchmiami.com.
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