Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: National Taco Day, Brew House Rock, and Taps & Tunes

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Start this week with another iteration of Concrete Beach Brewery's series Brew House Rock. This month, discuss tips and tricks for homebrewing from brewmaster Jesse Morris. 

Celebrate National Taco Day this Tuesday with some spicy tortillas and a tequila-based libation. And Tuesday evening at the Wynwood Yard, Taps & Tunes will blend craft beer and live music for a weeknight soiree. End the week with a visit to Doral's Ocio, which recently launched happy hour, and snag a free appetizer with the purchase of a glass of wine or beer.
Brew House Rock at Concrete Beach Brewery 
This month's Brew House Rock will feature the ins and outs of brewing. Social Hall manager Jesse Morris will discuss the art of homebrewing for both novices and seasoned brewers. A member of the brew team will be on hand to answer questions too. The event begins at 8 p.m. Monday, October 3. Tickets cost $5 and can be purchased via eventbrite.com
National Taco Day
Tuesday is National Taco Day, which means it's only fitting to indulge in a few stuffed tortillas with some tequila-infused libations. Though Miami's streets aren't lined with taco trucks, the 305 knows how to make a good taco. From Coyo Taco and Cantina La Viente to Huahua's Taqueria and Viva Mexico, here's a roundup of the best tacos in Miami.
Taps & Tunes at the Wynwood Yard
Live music and craft beer will converge at the Wynwood Yard Tuesday night thanks to the Prism Creative Group. The series will bring local singer-songwriters, along with a bevy of selected brews, to the Yard every Tuesday. This week, find a performance by Robbie Hunter of Magic City Hippies.
Happy Hour at Ocio
Doral restaurant Ocio has launched an Italian-inspired happy hour. Thursday and Friday from 5 to 7:30 p.m., take advantage of a free appetizer with the purchase of a glass of wine or beer. Small plates include fried mozzarella with homemade marinara sauce; an assortment of antipasti, including salami, capicola, prosciutto, Parmesan, artichoke hearts, and roasted red pepper; and octopus carpaccio topped with capers and lemon vinaigrette. One appetizer is offered for each purchased drink.

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