Begin your week with a friendly game of password promotion at the Raleigh. Each Monday, the Raleigh will post a designated password on its instagram account @theraleighhotel. Any guest who mentions the password will receive that week’s surprise.
Dirt will host July's Slow Food Miami "snail social" this Tuesday. The evening begins at 6 and will include small bites crafted by chef Nicole Votano. Wednesday, At the Fork, a documentary about animal agriculture, will screen at select AMC locations in South Florida, courtesy of Whole Foods Market. Also Wednesday, Coral Gables' Dine Out will urge the community to eat at favorite Gables restaurants to show support during street renovations. End the week with a wine dinner at Meat Market or a kaiseki supper at Macchialina. Reservations are required for both.
Password Promotion at the Raleigh's Martini Bar
The Raleigh’s martini bar has launched a password program, offering rotating weekly surprise specials at the bar with mention of the secret word or phrase. Each Monday, the Raleigh will begin the week by posting the password on its Instagram account, @theraleighhotel. Any guest who mentions the password will receive that week’s surprise special, ranging from buy-one/get-one drink offers to complimentary bites. Offer begins every day at 6 p.m.
Slow Food Miami's Snail Social at Dirt
This Tuesday, Slow Food Miami's roaming happy hour returns to Miami Beach's Dirt. The "snail social" begins at 6 p.m. and includes small bites crafted by chef Nicole Votano. Items include tortilla española, made with Florida potatoes, melted leeks, and velvety Sun Fresh Farm and Ranch eggs with a smoky aioli; a local roots melon salad with sugar cube muskmelon and crimson watermelon; and sweet treats like Jojo Tea matcha mango cakes and mini blueberry and peach crostatas. Guests are invited to enjoy 20 percent off dinner after the snail social ends at 8 p.m.
At the Fork Screening at Various South Florida Movie Theaters
Whole Foods Market and the Humane Society are teaming up with the filmmakers behind the new documentary At the Fork by sponsoring private screenings of the film in select Florida theaters this Wednesday. The documentary provides a look at the nation's current animal agricultural system. According to Whole Foods Market, the showing is "part of a nationwide crowd-sourced effort to spark a national conversation about how animals are raised for food in America." The film will be shown at AMC Aventura (19501 Biscayne Blvd., Miami) and AMC Coral Ridge 10 (3401 NE 26th Ave., Fort Lauderdale).
Coral Gables' Dine Out
Don't make plans for your midday meal this hump day. Dine Out, which will take place during lunchtime this Wednesday, encourages diners to eat out at their favorite Gables restaurants to show public support during the Streetscape renovations and counteract the perception that these restaurants might be closed or difficult to access during this time. The heaviest concentration of Streetscape construction will be on Giralda between Ponce de Leon Boulevard and Galiano Street, near restaurants such as Threefold Cafe, the Local, Talavera, the Bar, Divino Ceviche, and La Dorada, which all remain open. Dine Out asks lunchers to grab a meal between noon and 2 p.m.
Quintessa Wine-Pairing Dinner at Meat Market
This Wednesday, Meat Market returns with a four-course wine-pairing dinner curated by executive chef/co-owner Sean Brasel and pours from Quintessa Wine. The second of this year’s series, the dinner is priced at $150 per person and will take place at Meat Market’s flagship in Miami Beach at 7:30 p.m. Menu items include wood-grilled shrimp ceviche, fennel-crusted ahi tuna, charbroiled buffalo tenderloin, and crispy fried French toast. Limited seating is available. Reservations are required. Call 305-532-0088.
Kaiseki Dinner at Macchialina
A one-night-only kaiseki dinner will happen Wednesday at Italian eatery Macchialina. Chef Mike Pirolo and mixologist William Rivas will host the intimate multicourse meal, limited to eight seats. The curated tasting menu will include Italian-style delicacies fused with Asian influences, as well as a variety of drink pairings. Chef Pirolo will guide diners through the preparation methods and flavor profiles of each course. Priced at $175 per person, dinner will be held at the restaurant’s bar at 9:30 p.m. For more information and reservations, call 305-534-2124.
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