Holidays

Fourth of July 2021 Miami Restaurant Guide

Remember when you could watch the fireworks from the Clevelander?
Remember when you could watch the fireworks from the Clevelander? Photo courtesy of the Clevelander
Parades and fireworks are two of the ways Miamians enjoy celebrating America's independence. Local bars and restaurants are also hosting their own roster of Fourth of July specials — from patriotic menus to cookouts and fun activations — that you can take advantage of.

Below, listed in alphabetical order, find Miami venues offering something special to help you celebrate America's independence. Some events take place during the long holiday weekend, so check dates and times for each event.
click to enlarge Take the family to 1-800-Lucky on July Fourth. - PHOTO BY DEYSON RODRIGUEZ
Take the family to 1-800-Lucky on July Fourth.
Photo by Deyson Rodriguez

1-800-Lucky

142 NW 23rd St., Miami
305-768-9826
1800lucky.com

On July 4, Jeepney at 1-800-Lucky will serve its Filipino chori burger with tostones fries all day for $15. The burger comes packed with banana ketchup, lettuce, tomato, onion and a sunny side egg piled in between a sesame seed bun. Tostones fries will be tossed in parmesan, truffle oil and topped with scallions.
click to enlarge Baia Beach Club will host a holiday barbecue. - PHOTO COURTESY OF BAIA BEACH CLUB
Baia Beach Club will host a holiday barbecue.
Photo courtesy of Baia Beach Club

Baia Beach Club

1100 West Ave, Miami Beach
baiabeachclubmiami.com

On Saturday, July 3, from noon to 6 p.m., guests can enjoy special holiday cocktails and frosé ($18 each) and beer buckets (five for $35); along with complimentary red, white, and blue popsicles. From noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Baia Beach Club will offer a Fourth of July bayside barbecue with vegan options ($25 per person) with a choice of an entrée, two sides, a glass of Hampton Water rose, and red, white, and blue popsicles. Live DJ sets featured on both days.
click to enlarge The Clevelander is hosting a party at its pool. - PHOTO COURTESY OF CLEVELANDER SOUTH BEACH
The Clevelander is hosting a party at its pool.
Photo courtesy of Clevelander South Beach

Clevelander

1020 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
877-532-4006
clevelander.com

Visit on Saturday, July 3, or Sunday, July 4, for a special "Wicked Paradise" Fourth of July Clevelander Takeover. The special activation will feature immersive poolside and rooftop parties including a world-class DJ lineup, a complimentary welcome drink upon entry, and an on-site photo booth. Admission starts at $50 per person and the party starts at 11 a.m. both days.
click to enlarge Foozo's 12-inch pie - PHOTO BY JORDAN BRAUN
Foozo's 12-inch pie
Photo by Jordan Braun

Foozo Artisan Pie

1335 NE Miami Ct.
786-800-2199
eatfoozo.com

Foozo’s Midtown location will offer a special edition party pack with focaccia, salad, fries, and a choice of 12-inch pie such as margherita or the eatery's signature option, topped with mozzarella, ricotta, pesto sauce, and sundries tomatoes. The party pack costs $40 and is available for takeout and delivery on July Fourth.
click to enlarge The stunning deck at Juvia Miami. - PHOTO COURTESY OF JUVIA MIAMI
The stunning deck at Juvia Miami.
Photo courtesy of Juvia Miami

Juvia

1111 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
305-763-827
juviamiami.com

Juvia will feature a special Fourth of July menu created by chef/partner Sunny Oh and pastry chef Gregory Gourreau. The meal will start with an amuse-bouche of a chilled tofu edamame shot made with coconut milk, lime juice, and cilantro, followed by an appetizer of either crisped pork belly, hamachi sashimi, Korean-style fried rice, or mushroom ceviche. Main dishes include branzino, duck breast, beef tenderloin, or a soba mai risotto. Dessert will be cherry cheesecake. First seating is from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and costs $110 per person, including tax and gratuity. Second seating will take place from 7:45 to 10 p.m. and costs $160 per person, including tax and gratuity.
click to enlarge Watch a private fireworks display at Nikki Beach. - PHOTO COURTESY OF NIKKI BEACH
Watch a private fireworks display at Nikki Beach.
Photo courtesy of Nikki Beach

Nikki Beach

1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
305-321-5283
miami-beach.nikkibeach.com

From 6:30 to 10 p.m. on Sunday, July 4, this beachfront venue will host "Fourth Al-Fresco" with a classic seafood boil featuring crab legs, crawfish, clams, and more for $55. A lobster add-on will be available for $30. The private fireworks show starts at 9 p.m.
click to enlarge An ice cream sandwich from Wynwood Parlor - PHOTO COURTESY OF WYNWOOD PARLOR
An ice cream sandwich from Wynwood Parlor
Photo courtesy of Wynwood Parlor

Wynwood Parlor

10 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
305-397-8531
wynwoodparlor.com

Wynwood Parlor's special patriotic handcrafted ice cream sandwiches will include a Red White & Blue ice cream option, made with red velvet cookie, blue sugar cookie, and vanilla ice cream, rolled in red, white, and blue sprinkles. Up for grabs is also an American birthday cake sandwich, a sweet treat of red, white, and blue funfetti cake cookies and vanilla ice cream rolled in sprinkles. The special options will be available through July 5. These patriotic treats cost $7.04 each at the Miami Beach pop-up; three for $20; or $15 for a two-pack for delivery via Uber Eats, DoorDash and Grubhub.
click to enlarge Order a Zuma picnic basket to-go for your holiday beach day. - PHOTO COURTESY OF ZUMA
Order a Zuma picnic basket to-go for your holiday beach day.
Photo courtesy of Zuma

Zuma

270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami
305-577-0277
zumarestaurant.com

Zuma will offer a celebratory takeout picnic basket for two this holiday weekend. The special will come with a signature menu of cold and hot dishes and cocktails (two servings each of Japanese margarita, espresso martini, and a Zuma old-fashioned). The basket costs $248 and includes dishware, settings, and glassware. Available for preorder online for pickup on July 3 and July 4.
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