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Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Emojis, Champagne, and a Pokemon Go Bar Crawl

Happy Friday, gamers! Miami has caught Pokémon Go fever! This weekend, enjoy a bottle of Dom Pérignon, celebrate national emoji day at Naked Taco, and have fun at the Magic City's first Pokémon bar crawl. 

Weekend starts now!
Dom Friday at Caviar Russe
Start the weekend with a little bubbly at Caviar Russe at the Four Seasons Brickell. The upscale, caviar-centric bistro is offering Dom Pérignon champagne for $25 a glass or $100 a bottle from 4 to 7 p.m. every Friday. Your bubbly is accompanied by bites from chef David Valencia. For reservations, visit reservationsmia@caviarrusse.com or call 305-902-6969.
New Belgium Brewery Turns 25 at Boxelder
New Belgium is celebrating its quarter-century mark with a host of events throughout South Florida. Join the party tonight, Friday, July 15, at Boxelder Craft Beer Market. At 7 p.m., the craft brewhouse will tap several collaborative versions of its Fat Tire amber ale. The sampling is free.
South Beach Pokémon Bar Crawl
Join the Pokemon Go craze with a drink in hand this Saturday, July 16. Beginning at 6 p.m. at Soundscape Park at New World Center, join fellow Pokémon trainers on a walk throughout South Beach, stopping at various bars along the way. See Facebook for details. 
World Emoji Day at Naked Taco
This Sunday, July 17, raise a tequila-filled glass to the emoji at Naked Taco. Chef Ralph Pagano has created an emoji-themed menu to honor these modern-day hieroglyphs. Celebrate all day with a margarita and some fresh tacos.

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