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Snackdown Celebration in Coconut Grove: Mango Martinis and Good Times

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A few weeks ago we announced that Coconut Grove, the little village known for mango trees, boaters, and outdoor bistros, had won our Snackdown, which pitted Miami's neighborhoods against each other for your votes and foodie love.

Though Coconut Grove won by a mere seven votes (and Coral Gables is demanding a rematch), we say leave the big-time politics to the Presidential election because whether or not you agree with the outcome, one thing's for certain -- it's a great excuse for a party!

This Friday, March 30, come celebrate at Coconut Grove's most iconic eatery - GreenStreet Café.

From 6 - 8 p.m.

We're turning happy hour into Short Order party time with drink specials, music, fun, and a special awards presentation.

Specials include:

$3.50 draft beers

$4.50 well drinks

$6 martinis

$2 off glasses of wine

30% off bottles of wine

All ladies drink sparkling wine free!

In honor of

Coconut Grove, GreenStreet is serving two special cocktails. The Short

Order Coco-Mint ($6) is a mojito with a hint of coconut and the Short

Ordertini ($6) is a mango flavored libation. 

Whether you're a proud Grove-ite, a fan of Short Order, or

simply need a few cocktails on a Friday afternoon, come on out to the

party and celebrate.

Follow Short Order on Facebook and Twitter @Short_Order.

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