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Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Pincho Factory Burgers Galore, Dinner With Uncle Luke

Pincho Factory wants you to splurge on a burger today through Friday to celebrate its fifth anniversary. The burger-centric eatery will debut a specialty burger crafted by a different Miami chef each day.

Spend Tuesday at the third Slow Food Miami "Snail Social" of the year at the Federal, with a medley of free comfort-food-style eats and drinks. Wednesday night, choose between specialty food-and-drink-pairing dinners at Cena by Michy, Mignonette, or Stripsteak. End your week at the Dutch for Miami Beach's newest happy-hour series, featuring glasses of Dom Pérignon


Fifth-Anniversary Celebration at Pincho Factory
To celebrate five years of burger love, Pincho Factory is teaming up with five Miami chefs to create five unique burgers; a different one will debut each day of the week. The promo begins today with Burger Beast’s Cousin Otto Burger, followed by El Camino by Phil Bryant of the Local, Jose Mendin’s Le Pincho Royale, Giorgio Rapicavoli’s Calle Ocho, and Aaron Brooks' lamb burger. The offer is available at the Coral Gables and Bird Road Pincho Factory locations while supplies last.


Third Snail Social at the Federal 
Slow Food Miami, a local nonprofit supporting clean food, will host round three of its Snail Social roaming happy hour at the Federal Food, Drink & Provisions. From 6 to 8 p.m., guests can indulge in complimentary samplings of comfort-food-style bites, including charred pineapple garnished with jalapeño relish, black mole, and garden herbs; red bell pepper gazpacho with smoked Florida rock shrimp, topped with cucumber, orange, and coriander; and "biskit" bites with Miami Smokers' bacon and an apple cider glaze. There will be half-off happy-hour prices on wines, beers, and cocktails too. If you choose to stay past 8 p.m. for a special four-course, Southern-style dinner menu, the cost is $39 per person.


OmaMichy Menu Launch at Cena by Michy
Michelle Bernstein will launch the first installment of OmaMichy, her new chef’s multicourse tasting menu at Cena by Michy. Offering a play on Japanese omakase dining, Bernstein and Cena's chef de cuisine, Mikey Mayta, will create fun and off-the-menu dishes every Wednesday. Changing weekly, the tasting menu is priced at $75 per person, with a $45 beverage-pairing option. There will be only two seatings every Wednesday night, at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Guests must make reservations at
  Uncle Luke Is Coming to Dinner at Mignonette
Luther Campbell, known as Uncle Luke of 2 Live Crew fame, will host a dinner party with Mignonette's chef/owner Danny Serfer. They'll serve a five-course meal of homestyle favorites and Miami classics, priced at $90 per person. The menu, crafted by Serfer with input from Campbell, features homemade conch fritters, olive-oil-poached halibut, and a "Tootsie Roll" for dessert. Each ticket entitles guests to a signed copy of Campbell’s new book, The Book of Luke: My Fight for Truth, Justice, and Liberty City. The dinner is limited to 35 seats. Welcome cocktails and small bites will begin at 7:30 p.m., with dinner following at 8. Tickets must be purchased in advance through

Frank Sinatra Dinner at Stripsteak
Stripsteak will host a dinner with chef Michael Mina celebrating all things Frank Sinatra. Beginning at 8 p.m., the $85 dinner will feature a five-course menu, and each course will be paired with a special Jack Daniel’s cocktail. Visit for more information and to make reservations.


Ultimate Happy Hour at the Dutch
Dom Pérignon and the Dutch have paired up to create a new happy hour on the Beach. From 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., sip glasses of Dom Pérignon for $25 a glass, and nibble on half-priced oysters. Other bubbly options include $25 Krug, $16 Ruinart, and $12 Veuve Clicquot. The offer runs every evening.

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