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Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Mojito Mondays, Drink Pink, and Coya's Spin Break

Take a mojito break at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails' Mojito Mondays. That's a surefire way to cure this week's Monday blues.

Experience the Italian countryside at the Shore Club's Terrazza with 50% off booze in honor of Italian Harvest month. Drink pink for Breast Cancer Awareness month at Katsuya South Beach. And head to Coya on Thursday night for the debut of the spin break, featuring DJs and Peruvian-style drink favorites. 

Monday


Mojito Mondays at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails
How does taking a slight detour on your Monday morning commute to grab a quick mojito sound? Starting at 8 a.m., (Hyde Beach, 111 S Surf Rd.) is offering $8 mojitos all day long. Their spicy ginger mojito is prepared with house-made spicy ginger syrup and freshly pressed lime juice, giving the Cuban-classic cocktail some edge. You can sip on a few of them beach-side until 6 p.m., or visit the second floor bar after work between 6  and 11 p.m.

Tuesday

Italian Harvest Month at Terrazza at Shore Club
Cozy up at the Shore Club's Italian resto, Terrazza, and celebrate the Italian Harvest. Month-long wine specials paired with Terrazza favorites will be offered through October. Select bottles of wine, including red, white and bubbly at both lunch and dinner will be 50 percent off, subject to availability.

Wednesday

Drink Pink at Katsuya South Beach
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Katsuya wants you to not just think pink, but also drink pink. The sobe hotspot will donate 10 percent of proceeds from every purchase of their specialty cocktail, the Original Cosmo, to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The pink drink is made with vodka, cranberry, lime juice, simple syrup, and cointreau. 

Thursday

Spin Break at Coya
Start the weekend early at Coya for the launch of spin break. Experience live DJs and handcrafted cocktails by Maria Pottage, Coya's seasoned mixologist and Pisco connoisseur. Choose from a range of drinks including the Coya Mule with Barsol Supremo Mosto Italia pisco, lime, agave, Chuncho bitters, and Fever-Tree ginger beer; the Ricoco with coconut infused Hangar One vodka, eldelflower, lemon, sugar, and egg white; and the Smoked Gimlet with Del Maguey Crema de Mezcal, Pierre Ferrand dry curaçao, shiso, yuzu, and orange bitters. Offer runs from 8 p.m. to midnight. 

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