Treat yourself to lunch at Pisco y Nazca in Kendall. The ceviche gastrobar has added three Peruvian bento boxes to its menu, including items such as cilantro soup, skewers, and stir-fried rice. For happy-hour aficionados, visit Le Zoo or the Mondrian for newly launched weekday specials. End the week at Hyde Beach for its monthly full-moon soiree from 8 to 10 p.m.
Peruvian Bento Boxes at Pisco y Nazca Kendall
Lunch just got a lot more exciting with the launch of Pisco y Nazca's Peruvian bento boxes. The ceviche gastrobar offers three iterations, each with a trio of unique items per box. Featuring combos ranging from stir-fried rice with asparagus, sesame oil, and egg whites to skewers, pulled chicken, and cilantro soup, each box is designed to keep your midday appetite at bay until dinner. Boxes cost $15 to $17 and are available daily during lunch exclusively at its Kendall location (8405 Mills Dr #260, Miami).
L’Apéro Menu at Le Zoo
Taste France with Le Zoo's new L’Apéro menu, offering an affordable and authentic French culinary experience. "L’Apéro," which means predinner drinks and finger foods in French, is Le Zoo's latest happy-hour special. Available daily from 4 to 6:30 p.m., the menu features cocktails ($8), fresh oysters ($1 each), red and white wine ($6), and sparkling wine ($7). Find complimentary gougères — savory choux pastries — too.
Long Live Happy Hour at the Mondrian
At the South Beach hotel, find an extended happy hour perfect for those seeking a Miami-style sunset. Its new menu, revamped for the summer, includes a selection of light bites, wines by the glass, and two-for-one beer. There's also a bevy of new cocktails, made with ingredients such as chamomile-infused Hennessy, cucumber-mint reduction, and passionfruit honey. Happy hour runs Monday through Friday from 4 to 9 p.m., when all food and drink specials are $9.
Full Moon Party at Hyde Kitchen + Cocktails
If you're searching for an excuse to party Thursday night, head to Hyde Kitchen + Cocktails. The beachside bar and restaurant will host its monthly lunar soiree. From 8 to 10 p.m., eat dinner while watching a live steel drum band and fire dancers. Admission is free.
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