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What to Do in Miami This Week [March 25-31]

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Welcome to our weekly roundup of the top events in Miami! Stay up-to-date on the latest happenings in the Magic City with our curated selection of the best restaurants and places to see and be seen.

Looking for more? Check out the newest restaurants in Miami and the food and drink specials this month.

Tuesday, March 26: Specialty Donuts at the Newly Opened The Salty’s Coconut Grove

What to Do in Miami This Week [March 25-31] - El Turco, Ironside Pizza, The Salty, Toscana Divino, weekly - June 2024

Miami, get hyped! The Salty Donut just expanded with a new spot in Coconut Grove. Prepare for epic collaborations with local hotspots like Lokal and Fireman Derek’s. First, indulge in Lokal’s Frita Kolache —  brioche filled with Lokal’s frita patty, frita sauce & cheese topped with potato stix. Then dive into Fireman Derek’s Pie Stuffed Donut — salted caramel pie wrapped in The Salty’s 24-hour mini brioche with brown butter glaze and topped with a hand-scooped quenelle of mascarpone whipped cream. Yum. Expect more exclusive donut flavors like chocolate sheet cake and strawberry tres leches. See you there! 

The Salty’s Coconut Grove is located at 3034 Grand Avenue, Suite 7. For more information, visit their official website.

Friday, March 29: Happy Hour at Ironside Pizza

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Have you been looking for a casual yet inviting Friday Eve hangout with stellar happy hour specials? Look no further ‘cause that place is Ironside Pizza. This pizzeria effortlessly channels an upscale culinary experience but with a relaxed vibe. Happy hour here is from 4 to 6 p.m. and includes 50% off all classic pizzas, select appetizers, and select drinks. So what are we ordering? First, let’s start with a couple of classic pizza pies—everyone’s favorite, Che Fame with mozzarella fior di latte, Italian sausage, parmacotto, and cured sopressata; and of course,  the funghi made with portobello mushrooms and organic basil. Compliment it with some friendly-priced drinks, and we can’t think of a better way to spend a Friday afternoon. 

Saturday, March 30: Breakfast at El Turco

A proper Turkish breakfast may be one of our favorite things in the world, and boy does El Turco deliver. Precisely why we’re heading to Upper Buena Vista bright and early this Saturday to feast on the best of the best. Stepping into El Turco is like entering a vibrant culinary oasis where the aroma of freshly baked goods mingles with the enticing scent of Turkish spices. Grab your bestie and go straight for the Turkish breakfast tray. Enough to serve two hungry foodies, the tray comes jam-packed with organic eggs cooked to your liking, fresh heirloom tomatoes and cucumbers, an assortment of cheeses, olives, homemade jams, poğaça, freshly baked bread, and simit, and but of course, Turkish tea.

Sunday, March 31: Easter Brunch at Toscana Divino

Indulge in an impeccable Italian Easter brunch experience at Toscana Divino, where Chef Andrea Marchesin awaits to delight your senses with an exquisite menu crafted exclusively for this special occasion. Prepare to be enchanted by the vibrant flavors of Italy showcased in every dish. Picture yourself savoring the Easter salad, a refreshing blend of tender asparagus, heirloom baby tomatoes, briny anchovies, and perfectly jammy eggs; all drizzled with a zesty black truffle vinaigrette—a true celebration of spring’s bounty. Then, let your taste buds dance with delight as you delve into chef’s renowned lamb ragu lasagna, layered with rich flavors and comforting aromas, or savor the delicate Dover sole bathed in a luscious lemony butter sauce that sings of coastal indulgence. And to conclude this culinary symphony? Treat yourself to the divine indulgence of the hot pistachio fondente, a dessert so heavenly it’s sure to leave you yearning for just one more bite. This meticulously crafted Easter menu promises an unforgettable dining experience, complemented by the restaurant’s extensive wine selection and regular menu offerings.

Angelina Kurganska

Angelina Kurganska is a traveling food and tea writer. She spent years as a professional cook in North America, Asia, Europe, and North Africa. Angelina is particularly enthralled by the subtle world of Japanese cuisine and enjoys making pottery in her free time.

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