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Tonight: Ladies Drink Wine Free at the Grove's Snackdown Party

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It's been a hard week. The kids were a mess, the wife's been nagging, the husband's been lazy - it's finally Friday and you need another reason to drink.

Short Order and Coconut Grove have your back (but, not your liver).

Tonight we'll be giving Coconut Grove its plaque for winning our Snackdown competition -- which thousands cast votes for Miami-Dade's best dining neighborhood.

We've teamed up with GreenStreet Cafe and from 6 to 8 p.m. we welcome you to join us for a Short Order Snackdown Happy Hour.

Specials include:

$3.50 draft beers
$4.50 well drinks
$6 martinis
$2 off glasses of wine
30 percent off bottles of wine
All ladies drink sparkling wine free!

In honor of Coconut Grove's victory, GreenStreet is serving two especially Snackdown-worthy cocktails: The Short Order Coco-Mint ($6) is a mojito with a hint of coconut and the Short Ordertini ($6) is a mango flavored perfect-excuse-because-you-really-need-it libation.

The booze will be flowing, the awards will be awarding, and the good times will be rolling.

Follow Short Order on Facebook and Twitter @Short_Order.

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