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Urbanite Bistro's Three-Course Dinner for $37 includes Free Parking for Arsht

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The holy trinity of art, food, and music, are making Downtown Miami a go-to destination for culture in Vice City.

Fourteenth Street's Urbanite Bistro is now offering a three-course, $37, tasting menu that includes a voucher for performance parking one block from the Arsht and is designed with theatergoers in mind.

The offer is available Monday - Friday from 5 - 7 p.m. and includes apps like duck confit ravioli, wild mushroom empanadas, and coconut and green curry soup. Entrees are miso orange glazed roasted tofu, Hudson Valley magret duck breast, braised short rib, and ancho glazed grouper. Dessert choices are triple layered, triple flavored, chocolate covered sugar-free cheesecake or caramel crème brule.

Log on to www.urbanitebistro.com for more info.

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