New Times' Best of Miami 2016 Celebration: Special Two-for-One Ticket Deal

New Times' Best of Miami issue comes out next week, paying tribute to the most delicious, interesting, and amazing things to eat, drink, see, and do in Miami.

This year's theme is "Go for the Gold," with more than 300 of Miami's best restaurants, clubs, bars, and shops included, providing you with a road map for navigating the best and the brightest in our city. Be sure to pick up your copy Thursday, June 16, and get an online sneak peek on Tuesday, June 14. 

To celebrate the release, we're hosting a Best of Miami party at Rusty Pelican Thursday, June 16. From 7 to 10 p.m., join us in acknowledging the winners in an Olympic-themed fete featuring food from around the globe, with food provided by Rusty Pelican. 

Toast to the winners with specialty drinks and beer from Hoegaarden, Goose Island IPA, Budweiser, Stella Artois, Kirin Ichiban, Don Ramon Tequila, Koloa Rum, William Wolf Whiskey’s Peacon Bourbon, William Wolf Whiskey’s Traditional Rye, William Wolf Whiskey’s Spiced Whiskey, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, El Jimador Tequila, Collingwood, Woodford Reserve, Jack Daniel's, Old Forester, Van Gogh Vodka, Prescribed Spirits Gin, Hiro Sake, and South Bay Rum.

Be sure to leave room for spirited desserts made with Best Damn Cherry Cola and Best Damn Root Beer and visit the Celebrity Cruises martini bar. 

Tickets for this 21-and-over party cost only $45 and include food, drinks, and entertainment, but use promo code GOLD now through June 12 at 10 p.m. to get two tickets for the price of one. To purchase tickets visit ticketfly.com.

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