Today is Tax Day — Tuesday, April 18 — the deadline for filing 2016 taxes.
Whether you owe money to Uncle Sam or you're celebrating with a refund, here are the Miami spots rewarding you with Tax Day specials.
BLT Prime is offering 50 percent off all libations today to help relieve some of that tax-filing stress. Enjoy cocktails, beer, and wine at the bar and in the restaurant.
The Bar at the Wynwood Yard
Even if you don't score a sweet tax refund this year, you can still afford to imbibe at the Bar at the Yard. Enjoy two-for-one drinks and $6 punch or sangria from 3 to 7 p.m. Craft beers cost $6 from 10 p.m. till closing time. Make it a double with a beer and a shot for only $10.
Visit the sub company's Facebook page or website for a coupon offering a free medium sub with the purchase of another sub, chips, and a drink. The offer is good through this Thursday.
Great American Cookies at Dolphin Mall
Great American Cookies shares its birthday with Tax Day 2017 and in honor of both is offering a free birthday cake cookie, no purchase or coupon necessary. The offer is available from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Shimmy up to the bar and present your business card for specialty cocktails such as a Jack raspberry lemonade, strawberry basil martini, or tropical mule for the clever price of $10.40 (for the 1040 tax form). The offer is good from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the bar only.
Enjoy 15 percent off all orders all day.
Order an entrée and receive a coupon for a free Tony Roma's signature dessert.
World of Beer
Those of legal drinking age can enjoy a draft beer on the house or $5 off their check today only.
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