From special, limited-time menus and happy hours to new menus and days dedicated to dancing, August is the perfect hit-the-town month. Here are a few specials and promos to sink your teeth into now.
Beaker and Grey Offers Limited Time Wynwood Appreciation Menu
Beaker and Grey’s new prix-fixe menu celebrates all things Wynwood throughout the months of August and September. Known as the Wynwood Appreciation Menu, the menu is priced at $42 and is available for dinner only. Guests can select from 3 courses and crafted Wynwood-inspired cocktails. Menu highlights include options like Nashville hot wings with habanero, brown sugar, and ranch; Grilled Broccoli with green goddess, black garlic, and parmesan; chicken pad Thai with bean sprouts, peanuts, and fish sauce; and Italian meatballs with roasted tomato, ricotta, and garlic bread.
Featured cocktails include the atomik ranch water made with Don Julio Blanco, grapefruit, bergamot, lime, and fire water tincture; lady pink bramble made with Tanqueray, Cocchi Rosa, mixed berry preserves, ginger, and lemon; and fairey presidente made with Zacapa 23, cacao vermouth, dry curacao and tobacco bitters.
Beaker and Grey is located at 2637 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33127. For more information, visit their official website.
Cracked by Chef Adrianne Launches Bubbles, Beats, and Brunch
On August 20, Cracked by Chef Adrianne is kicking off a new weekend brunch—available Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. During the brunch, dubbed Bubbles, Beats, and Brunch, guests can enjoy a complimentary bottle of prosecco with the purchase of two brunch entrées. Bottoms up.
Cracked by Chef Adrianne is located at 7400 SW 57th Ct, #101, South Miami. For more information, visit their official website.
The Key Club Expands Dinner and Brunch Menus
Now that The Key Club has a new designation, “Best New Miami Restaurant,” Groot Hospitality’s eatery has expanded its dinner and brunch menu offerings with several indulgent new dishes. On the brunch menu, guests can expect newbies like Steak and Eggs with a six oz New York strip, sunny side up egg and chimichurri, smoked salmon rosti with red onion, crispy caper, and chive cream, cinnamon crunch French toast with seasonal berries, maple syrup, and condensed milk; and more. For dinner, prep your palates for Maine lobster roll served with salt and vinegar chips and drawn butter, Asian chicken salad made with napa cabbage, mesclun, peanut and sesame mustard vinaigrette, filet oscar, an eight oz filet with club steak sauce, and Oscar jumbo lump crab, asparagus and hollandaise, and several others.
The Key Club is located at 3015 Grand Ave, Coconut Grove, FL 33133. For more information, visit their official website.
KÓMMA Mediterranean Kitchen and Bar Reveals New Happy Hour
Available Monday through Friday between 5-8 p.m., KÓMMA’s new happy hour includes a range of guest favorites. Think options like KÓMMA Pikilla, a spread of hummus, melitzanosalata, tzatziki, and skordalia; fried calamari served with arrabbiata sauce and green mayonnaise; kefdes; spanakopita and more; all under $14. A variety of select beers are priced at $5, while select house wines and cocktails are priced at $7 and $9, respectively. Cocktail highlights include options like Aperol Spritz Who? made with pineapple-infused gin, lemon juice, St. Germain, cucumber, mint, and ginger beer; and the sea breeze, made with E11EVEN vodka, lemon juice, and grapefruit juice.
KÓMMA is located at 560 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139. For more information, visit their official website.
Mr. Hospitality Launches Endless Summer Menu at All 3 Locations
Miami-based hospitality group Mr. Hospitality is kicking off their 2022 Endless Summer menus at their signature restaurants: Bâoli, Marion, and El Tucán. Each eatery will be offering a $69 prix-fixe menu throughout the end of September.
At Bâoli, the menu features appetizers such as beef carpaccio pizzetta or avocado tuna tempura; mains like the Truffle Butter Beef Sirloin or the chef’s signature vegetable fried rice; and a dessert like the tropical hazelnut beignets.
Bâoli Miami is located at 1906 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139. For more information, visit their official website.
At Marion, guests can expect appetizers like wagyu beef gyoza or hamachi crudo; mains like steamed Chilean seabass and truffled corn and maitake mushroom hot pot; and desserts like a mango passion fruit with tapioca pudding.
Marion Miami is located at 1111 SW 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33130. For more information, visit their official website.
El Tucán is offering appetizers like watermelon salad or grilled octopus; mains like prime skirt steak with chimichurri or grilled octopus; and rich desserts like their chocolate and sesame panna cotta.
El Tucán is located at 1111 SW 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33130. For more information, visit their official website.
Pubbelly Sushi Debuts New Beverage Program
Helping you cool off this summer, Pubbelly Sushi has rolled out 10 delicious and refreshing new cocktails, reflecting the eatery’s fusion of Japanese and Latin flavors. New cocktail menu highlights include the lychee passion colada made with 6 o’clock gin, Don Q Rum, sake, lychee, coconut, passionfruit, and citrus; Pubbelly G&T with Atian gin, London Essence Elderflower Tonic, kaffir lime, pink peppercorn, and juniper; watermelon basil margarita with Jose Cuervo Tequila, basil, watermelon and citrus; nashi Tokyo mule with Deep Eddy Vodka, Nashi pear, mint green tea syrup, London Essence Ginger Beer and Citrus; what a cute tea with Wheatley Vodka, jasmine tea, raspberry and citrus; shiso Miami with Maestro Dobel, Shiso, cucumber, egg white, jalapeno tincture, and citrus; and more.
Pubbelly Sushi is located at 1424 20th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139. For more information, visit their official website.
Sweet Liberty Drinks and Supply Co Kicks Off Salsa Sundays
On Sunday, August 14, Sweet Liberty launched their first of many Salsa Sundays, which will continue on the second Sunday of every month. The monthly salsa party is free to attend and will feature live music by Salsaton Trio between 3-6 p.m. Sundays are even sweeter at the venue when they offer an a la carte brunch menu between noon-5 p.m.
Newbies to the menu include items like Mama Julia’s empanadas made with ground beef, boiled egg, and chickpeas and served with a side of salsa Criolla and chipotle aioli; Southern breafast sandwich made with slow-cooked brisket, over easy eggs, bacon jam, and truffle aioli; and a jalapeno corn bread soaked in agave with a side of fig marmalade. Brunch will also include a new drink menu curated by creative beverage director and world-renowned bartender Naren Young.
If you’re staying after 4 p.m., you can also take advantage of Sweet Liberty’s Happy Hour, which takes place from 4-8 p.m. and includes $0.95 East Coast oysters, $1.95 West Coast oysters, $9 select cocktails, $5 select beers, and $7 house wines.
Sweet Liberty Drinks and Supply Co. is located at 237-B 20th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139. For more information, visit their official website.