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Starting this week, and continuing until whenever, Red Light Little River will be offering happy hour deals as such:

Times: High Tide (5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.) and Low Tide (10 p.m. to midnight).

Deal: $5 will bring any, but not all, of the following: BBQ Shrimp, wines by the glass or by the river, smoked fish, selected American beers, BBQ ribs, random shots of the day.

And also from Kris Wessel's riveting riverside Red Light setting comes Yard Sale Sundays: "Dj OmD," " chill scene," "$5 drinks," and "good vibes."

'nuff said.

Red Light Little River, 7700 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami; 305-757-7773.

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