Happy Monday, Miami. Get ready for a food-filled week as we near one of the tastiest days of the year: Thanksgiving. If cooking isn't your thing, consider making a reservation at one of many restaurants serving traditional turkey meals this Thursday. If you prefer to stay home, there's also the option of ordering in.
Today, Wynwood Kitchen & Bar is celebrating its sixth anniversary with six of its most popular menu items and draft beers, each priced at $6. Wednesday is National Espresso Day, and Dunkin' Donuts will offer $1.99 medium hot or iced espresso to mark the occasion. Be sure to try Talde's Thanksgiving-inspired ramen bowl too, which is available through the end of the month.
Sixth Anniversary at Wynwood Kitchen & Bar
To honor its anniversary, Wynwood Kitchen & Bar will offer six of its most popular menu items and six of its draft beers, all priced at $6 each, this Monday. Servers will debut the restaurant’s artful new staff uniforms too, featuring designs created with street artist Shepard Fairey’s Studio Number One. Menu highlights include ropa vieja empanadas, hamburger sliders made with chorizo and pollo, tequeños served with queso fresco, and roasted cauliflower with applewood-smoked bacon and caramelized onions.
National Espresso Day at Dunkin' Donuts
This Wednesday, celebrate National Espresso Day with any medium hot or iced espresso for $1.99 at Dunkin’ Donuts locations nationwide. It's the perfect boost to get you through one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Holiday-Inspired Ramen Dish at Talde
Talde's Thanksgiving-inspired ramen bowl is packed with turkey breast, stuffing, pickled cranberries, mushroom gravy tare, and creamed spinach wontons. Priced at $25, it's enough to serve two. It's available through the end of the month.
Thanksgiving Dinner at Various Locations
There is something about the aroma of a freshly roasted turkey smothered in warm, creamy gravy that screams “Hooray! The holidays are here!” But when you consider the hundreds of dollars, days of preparation, and long hours over a hot stove to give you those warm Turkey Day feels, the Thanksgiving dinner experience might seem a lot less appetizing. Luckily, restaurants around Miami are willing to do the work for you. This Thanksgiving, consider one of these restaurants. Note that reservations are strongly suggested, and prices generally do not include tax, tip, and beverages unless noted. If you prefer to stay home, many restaurants offer take-out too.
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