Miami's Best Eats and Drinks this Weekend

Three cheers for the weekend!

It's been a gray and rainy week. And some of us had to endure the fast of Yom Kippur right around hump day. And some of us have no complaints, but are still in desperate need for some time off.

Either way, we should all embrace everything the next 48 hours have to offer. Whether we deserve it or not. Amiright?

Also, food. And drinks.


Miami Spice

This is it. This is literally it! time is up on Sunday for delicious deals from Miami Spice. Now we wait and endure the brutal year until it starts back up again next summer. Bittersweet, sure, but less moping and more dining!


Doggi Style Grand Opening Party

Miami will take any excuse to party. So what else is better than celebrating the grand opening of Doggi Style's permanent location than with a party? Expect food, drinks, music, and "other surprises." Who knows what the other surprises are but all the more reason to drink and be merry when you find out!

Ultimate Miami Bartender

Watch eight finalists duke it out for a cash prize of $5,000 and the crown of Ultimate Miami Bartender. Bowling for Soup will be crashing the part for a special performance and all's we can say is... designate a Dave and put the pedal to the metal. You can't miss this one.


Coconut Grove Pumpkin Festival

Can you believe it's fall already? I mean, not that we Miamians really see a difference. In fact, the only way a Miamian can tell it's fall is when the pumpkin patches start showing up and pumpkin ales hit the taps. Otherwise, we'd never know it.

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