Top Five Eats & Drinks this Week: From A Four-Course $10 Meal to a $2 Dinner

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Another weekend has flown by and it's time to get back to the daily grind. No lamenting loss of freedom. , we're already sipping some serious cold brew and we've snagged an exclusive deal on free coffee for you.

From $2 meals to healthy dinner demonstrations, this week's eats are mostly budget friendly and bursting with flavor. If you're looking to wine and dine this week, we have got you covered too.


Panther Coffee's second location on South Beach is finally here. The location is starting with a soft opening to ensure everything is running smoothly before all of SoBe's java junkies come knocking. Can't wait for their seriously stellar cold brew? They're giving away free drinks today from 10am until noon, just for you.


Snag yourself an ooey-gooey melty meal for just 2 bucks. Head over to either of The Daily Melt's locations and pick up their original grilled cheese and shot of tomato soup for just 2 bucks. This cheesy combo is great for foodies on a budget. Where else can you score eats from a James Beard award-winning chef for just $2?


Head over to Club 50 atop the Viceroy for Brickell's Social Club. from 5pm until midnight, for half-priced drinks and complimentary apps from 5 to 7 pm. While anyone can join, locals who show proof of Brickell residence and bring a friend get in free.


Enjoy a decadent five-course meal paired at Gotham Steak with Araju Estate Wines as part of the Cellar 1954 series. Known for some of the best Cabernet in Napa Valley, Araujo Estates will have trained sommelier Jimmy Hayes on hand guiding dinners through the pairings. Menu items include Goat Cheese Custard, Grilled Sea Scallops and Muscovy Duck Breast. Tickets are $195 per person (not including tax and gratuity), for more details or to book a seat call Gotham Steak at 305-674-4780.


A four-course meal for $10 is unheard of in Miami. Did we mention that proceeds go to charity and the food is actually good for you? Head to Whole Foods in Coral Gables for a seated dinner celebrating National Food Revolution Day. Space is limited, reservations are recommended. To reserve a spot visit the customer service desk at Whole Foods in Coral Gables. The menu of Black Forest Cream of Mushroom Soup, Kale Salad with Creamy Homemade Honey Mustard Dressing and Hearty Engine 2 Enchiladas, with a Raw Chocolate Brownie & Banana "Nice" Cream Sundae for dessert contains no added oils of refined sugars.

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