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Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Snail Social, Craft Collab, and Yoga and Beer

Begin the week at the Delano, because cocktail hour starts this afternoon. At the Rose Bar inside the hotel, find a smattering of discounted cocktails, brews, and glasses of wine, along with specially crafted bites by executive chef Jason Bamford.

Tuesday evening, choose between Slow Food Miami's monthly Snail Social or a wine-and-food pairing at Pinch Kitchen. Make sure to end the week with yoga and beer at Concrete Beach Brewery.

Cocktail Hour at Rose Bar at Delano
The Delano's cocktail hour launches today, September 12, offering a myriad of cocktails and bites weekdays from 4 to 7 p.m. Find craft cocktails for $10, along with a selection of beer for $5 and wine for $8. The bar will also feature a selection of $10 light bites from Delano executive chef Jason Bamford. For more information, call 305-672-2000.
Snail Social at Miami Smokers Urban Smokehouse
This Tuesday, September 13, Slow Food Miami's monthly Snail Social will return to raise awareness of clean and local food in the community. From 6 to 8 p.m., enjoy a complimentary charcuterie board, as well as $5 craft beers brewed in Florida, including Miami Pale Ale and Freedom Tower Amber, plus $5 snacks such as bacon croquettes, bacon-wrapped plantains, and smoked jackfruit sliders. Snag a 15 percent discount on regular menu items too. For more information, call 305-202-1595.
Craft Collab Wine-and-Food Pairing at Pinch Kitchen
In partnership with Hidalgo Imports, a family-owned producer of wines, Pinch Kitchen will host another installation of its craft collab series this Tuesday, September 13. From 7 to 9 p.m., enjoy five courses, including scallops, paella, and monkfish, paired with wines by Hidalgo. Tickets cost $75 per person. Visit
Yoga and Beer at Concrete Beach Brewery
Thanks to an instructor at the Miami Life Center, snag free yoga and suds at Concrete Beach this Wednesday, September 14. The class welcomes all yogi levels — it mostly caters to beginners. After class, quench your thirst with a cold beer for $4.

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