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Lure Fishbar South Beach Celebrates Five Years With Special Popup Menu

Five years on South Beach is almost an eternity for a restaurant. Lure Fishbar South Beach in the Loews Miami Beach Hotel is celebrating that exact feat. With its fresh seafood and top of the line steaks, it has become a staple for Miami locals and visitors. In celebration, Lure Fishbar will be hosting a popup with the help of its sister restaurant of the same name, celebrity Chef Josh Capon’s critically-acclaimed New York City outpost. This “From SoHo to SoBe” pop-up menu will run from June 1st to July 31st.

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Don’t Miss the 4th Annual Drink Miami Hostel at Freehand Miami

On Saturday, June 1, Drink Miami Hostel and over 50 different brands will take over Freehand Miami from 1 to 5 p.m. The event will take place throughout all three floors, the gardens, courtyards and even 27 Restaurant with top brands showcasing specialty cocktails and special decked out spaces.

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Duck Duck Goose 4- Making Memorial Weekend Memorable!

It has been four years since Chef Jeremiah Bullfrog added Duck Duck Goose as the sister festival to P.I.G (Pork is Good), now in its ninth year. Make this a Memorial weekend to remember and join your fellow foodies on Sunday, May 26th- 3-7 pm for DDG 4, a culinary festival featuring a star-studded line up of South Florida's most innovative purveyors of haute cuisine, gourmet street food, craft beer, and artisan cocktails.

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Wine Wednesday: Sip & Swirl at Wine Spectator’s Grand Tour Miami

Calling all oenophiles: Don’t miss Wine Spectator’s Grand Tour Miami taking place this Friday, May 10 at Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

As part of their Grand Tour series, Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine, is hosting their final event in Miami, which promise to be an unforgettable wine tasting experience featuring more than 200 of the world’s finest wineries pouring their best bottles.

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Where to Celebrate this Cinco de Mayo: Your Guide to South Florida’s Best Fiestas

Ok. So you missed it this year! No problem, as many of these spots still offer Mexican specialties, tequila and more so stop by Any Day de Mayo!

Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican Army's victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla, on May 5, 1862. However, in the United States Cinco de Mayo has become a popular day of drinking to celebrate Mexican culture. This year, grab your sombrero and raise your cervezas and/or margarita glasses at some of South Florida’s most fun celebrations.

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Weekly Nibble: Derby Day, New Happy Hours, Free Ice Cream and More

The weekend is here and so is the opportunity to check out several fun events and specials about Miami. Hang out in Doral at CREAM for free ice cream this Saturday, or pop into Yardbird to celebrate its anniversary with happy hour deals, pick your pony for next week’s race and make plans at The Wharf to watch it. There’s never a shortage of things to do in the Magic City.

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Weekly Nibble: Where To Spend Easter Sunday in Miami

Easter is this Sunday, and whether you have family in town or just plain don’t want to spend the day slaving away and making a mess in your kitchen — there’s plenty of options around Miami for a fun holiday brunch or dinner. From special menu offerings, to buffet-style feasts, and even a few surprise visits from the Easter Bunny there’s a spot for everyone.

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Weekly Nibble: Miami Cocktails Book Launch, SPRUNG! Beer Festival, Phuc Yea's Crawfish Boil and More!

Another week full of incredible opportunities to get out and about in our gorgeous city. From a crawfish boil to a beer festival in Wynwood, to Burger Beasts epic Hamburger House Party, there’s plenty to do this week. Feeling fancy — we’ve got the deets on a Pappy Van Winkle dinner being hosted this month. Interested in cocktail culture? You’ll find us at the book launch party for Miami Cocktails this Thursday in Coral Gables. There’s always something to look forward to in the Magic City!

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Seek The Beauty: A Sustainable Supper Club at Harpke Farm

Having been born and raised in Miami, most people find it incredible that the first time I ever visited the Everglades was only a couple of years ago - at the ripe age of twenty-three. It took me until then to venture out to our city’s closest national park - a gorgeous World Heritage site that protects a unique ecosystem full of wetland creatures.

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VOTE for MIAbites: JWU Zest Award 2019

VOTING ENDS MARCH 29Th!

Once again, MIAbites is honored to be considered for a JWU Zest Award. This year we are nominated for “Peoples Choice” Favorite Media Outlet for Food Reporting and the competition is very tough.

But as the “underdog”, we hope you will cast your vote for us in this category. PLEASE VOTE HERE!

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Citi Taste of Tennis Returns For Its 5th Year

Citi Taste of Tennis has announced its return to Miami for the fifth annual premier culinary and tennis experience. This year’s top-ranked American tennis star, John Isner, will serve as the event’s official ambassador. Chef Adrianne Calvo will lead the roster of esteemed chefs Citi Taste of Tennis will kick off two weeks filled with tennis excitement at SLS Brickell’s Altitude Pool Deck on Monday, March 18th from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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Saturday Sweets: International Gelato Festival Comes To Brickell For The First Time

The Gelato Festival began in 2010 and has had nine editions with more than 3,000 artisans competing in 80 festivals across Europe. This is the first time it’s come to Miami, and is bringing 11 competitors each with their very own special gelato flavors. Taking place at Brickell City Centre guests will have the chance to sample gelato from all over the world and crown two of these sweet makers the winners. Expect live music, kid's jury, eating contest, gelato shots, gelato cocktails and more!

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Weekly Nibble: Pop Ups, Takeovers, and One Night Only Events Galore

There’s a lot of special things events in Miami over the next few weeks. Get ready to mark your calendars because some of these are happening for one night (or day) only and a few — like the El Bagel x Macchialina mashup will probably only last a few hours.

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