The Five Best Food and Drink Events in Miami This Week

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Chicken and waffles
Photo courtesy of Eating House
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This week, celebrate Eating House's eighth anniversary with a throwback menu including some of the restaurant's greatest hits. Plus, check out Macchialina's new winter cocktail menu, and sip complimentary rosé at Novikov.

Eating House's Cap'n Crunch pancakes
Photo courtesy of Eating House

Eating House's Eighth Anniversary

It's been eight years since Eating House debuted. To celebrate, the restaurant is offering a special seven-course prix fixe this week at its flagship in Coral Gables. Think of the menu as a throwback sampler to some of Eating House's all-time favorites, including vaca frita buns, chicken and waffles, and Cap'n Crunch pancakes. Beginning at 6 p.m. Tuesday, February 4, through Saturday, February 8, at Eating House, 804 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables; 305-448-6524; eatinghousemiami.com. Tickets cost $39.

The Five Best Food and Drink Events in Miami This Week
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Winter Cocktails at Macchialina

The Miami Beach restaurant recently promoted John Cooper and Jennifer White to lead bartenders, and the two wasted no time in creating a winter cocktail menu, debuting this Wednesday. The menu is rooted in Italian heritage, with cocktails that take a creative approach to tradition, such as the Baker’s Boulevardier, made with bourbon, sweet vermouth, and banana and chocolate bitters. 6 p.m. Wednesday, February 5, at Macchialina, 820 Alton Rd., Miami Beach; 305-534-2124; macchialina.com.

The Five Best Food and Drink Events in Miami This Week
Photo courtesy of Novikov Miami

Yes Way Rosé at Novikov Miami

Wednesday evening, gather at Novikov Miami for Yes Way Rosé, a weekly drink promotion offering complimentary glasses of rosé. Offered strictly at the bar from 6 to 8 p.m., rosé selections will rotate weekly. In addition, take advantage of $8 cocktails and discounted bar bites such as king crab spring rolls and shishito peppers. 6 p.m. Wednesdays at Novikov, 300 S. Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-489-1000; novikovmiami.com.

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The Wharf goes Off the Clock.
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Off the Clock Happy Hour at the Wharf

Head to the Wharf this Thursday for the riverside venue's Off the Clock happy hour. Beginning at 4 p.m., enjoy a selection of mules, mojitos, and margaritas starting at $4. At 5, drink prices will increase to $5 apiece, continuing through 7 at $7. Plus, stop by Garcia's for oysters, ceviche, and claws, and peruse the offerings at food trucks such as La Santa Taquería and Mojo Donuts. 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, February 6, at the Wharf Miami, 114 SW North River Dr., Miami; wharfmiami.com. Admission is free.

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Jaguar Sun's Will Thompson
Photo by Anthony Nader / 52 Chefs

Green Zone Pop-Up at Jaguar Sun

The Green Zone, Washington, D.C.'s award-winning Middle Eastern cocktail bar, is set to pop up at Jaguar Sun in Miami this Thursday. The pop-up will serve four cocktails with spirits from sponsors La Maison & Velier (Clairin Le Rocher and Hampden Estate), Worthy Park Estate, Foursquare/Hampden Probitas, and Spiribam (Rhum Clément and Rhum J.M). 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday, February 6, at Jaguar Sun, 230 NE Fourth St., Miami; 786-860-2422; jaguarsunmia.com.

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