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Let’s be real: caviar-topped cocktails are the perfect way to elevate a late-night experience.  Where may you find these cocktails? Discover Bar La Real which is located in the attic of a historic building in Downtown Miami (100 NE 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33132).  The bar thrives off its aptly named “Tropiglam” aesthetic which toes the “thin line between extravagant and elegant.” With its dark furniture, warm lightning, and dreamy decor, Bar La Real guests enter a rustic yet tropical realm accentuated by eye-catching colors and a calming ambiance.

As guests transverse the vivacious venue, they should make themselves comfortable and order one of Bar La Real’s house-based elixirs. These elixirs give guests and their taste buds the opportunity to go on an exciting journey of fruit caviar-topped concoctions designed to enchant the tongue. 

Haraiki 1The first elixir is called the Harakiri. Served in a tall, dashing, rose-shaped glass, the Harakiri is made with Tanqueray Orange, wasabi infused sake, rose liqueur, cranberry shrub, ginger shrub, rose syrup, lime juice, and rose caviar.  Not only do ingredients work to form a delicious taste, but also they do not diminish the concoction’s beauty. The photogenic cocktail boasts light pink, orange, and scarlet hues as well as the gorgeous garnishes, golden origami and thin sliced cucumber wrap around, that complete the aesthetic. The entire look amuses guests before the delight of the first sip. 

GOLD DIGGER BAR LA REALThe second elixir is called the Gold Digger. This honey-colored concoction is made with Ketel One, gold apricot vodka, date vodka, aloe vera juice, champagne, gold powder, and cantaloupe caviar. This treasured cocktail comes with white feather pick and gooseberry with dry leaf cocoon garnishes. Although more simple in appearance than its mesmerizing counterpart, the Gold Digger’s more basic design imparts a sense of refinement and dignity. 

Obsessed with Bar La Real after trying their cocktails? Bar La Real offers a late-night happy hour every Thursday & Friday from 9PM – 11PM. The happy hours feature half-off discounts on all their signature cocktails and 50% off top shelf drinks. These drinks include Macallan Double Malt Scotch, Casamigos Tequila, Tanqueray Gin, Brugal Rum, and Ketel One Vodka.

For my information about Bar La Real, visit their website at https://barlareal.com/ and follow them on Instagram @barlareal

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Who said that the sky’s the limit? 

This February, Tim Petrillo and Alan Roth will launch a new rooftop restaurant and lounge nightlife concept, Rosa Sky. Tim Petrillo is the Co-Founder and CEO of The Restaurant People (TRP). TRP is South Florida’s premier hospitality group credited with spearheading unforgettable venues such as YOLO, Boatyard, Rooftop @1WLO, S3 and Java & Jam. Petrillo joined forces with nightlife connoisseur and hospitality veteran Alan Roth to bring this new marvel to Miami. Rosa Sky will reside at the dual branded AC Hotel by Marriott and Element by Westin, developed by Robert Finvarb Companies and Tony Cho of Metro 1.

A3A8517Rosa Sky is the perfect new venue for those who know that when the “sky is pink, it is time for a drink.” Instead of retiring for the day when the sun goes down, Rosa Sky will provide guests with a place to enjoy themselves, enjoy the sunset, and enjoy the immaculate vibes of a day well spent. The 4,000 square foot rooftop bar and lounge will rest on the 22nd Floor of the all-new dual brand AC & Element Hotel Miami Downtown which is located near the bustling downtown Brickell neighborhood at 115 SW 8th Street, Miami, FL. It will serve as a wonderful place to conclude a day and thrive from the legacy of its creators. “The dynamic partnership between TRP and Alan Roth brings together an incredibly sought-after balance of creativity and unrivaled service which we can’t wait to welcome to the Miami market,” said Robert Finvarb, CEO, Robert Finvarb Companies. “A complement to our hotel’s brands and service level, and certainly to the exciting nightlife and culinary scene in Miami, Rosa Sky will be a must-see for all nightlife connoisseurs.”


The rooftop oasis is designed to provide gorgeous, serene views to give guests a break from the blinding, dreary city lights to which they are painfully accustomed. Rosa Sky will captivate with its allure of an idyllic nightlife atmosphere where guests can feel like they’re on Cloud 9 as they drink, enjoy the sights, and savor shareable appetizers and delectable dishes. Above the worries of the ground below, guests can also clink glasses with creative cocktails and drink and dine to the  beat of featured DJs and music talent reminiscent of Miami’s inimitable magic. 


“Rosa Sky will be a true fusion of Miami’s iconic sunsets over the waters and vibrant nightlife scene,” said Roth. “From sun-down happy hours, to waiting for the stars to rise nights there’s a level of entertainment for all to enjoy, and infatuation to be had with Rosa Sky.” 

A3A8805Rosa Sky’s unique venue is as extravagant and captivating as a sunset itself. The great care with which its superior aesthetic was achieved shows in the illuminations of accent fixtures, planters swathed in neon lights, textured walls brightened by rotating vibrant lighting, and perfectly complementary décor. The entire aesthetic and atmosphere reflect the magnificence of the afternoon sky changing from its honey-colored hue to the inky passion of later evening. The vision of Rosa Sky charms even from beneath a hand-crafted cocktail. The bar casts a luminous glow that dazzles rather than distracts. The ceiling showcases a digital map of curated light choreography. The venue’s electric vibe thrives off the constant jolts of energy, color, and movement gained from its lightshow. Music from a variety of featured artists and unique lineups afford guests the same motivation to get off their feet and embrace the infectious beat. Guests can expect artist line-ups such as that of a talented and fierce all-female DJ collective. 

Rosa Sky has every intention of igniting Miami’s nightlife with its eye-catching aesthetic, mood-boosting music, enchanting nightlife and mouth-watering culinary creations. “In true TRP fashion, our innovative culinary team has derived a menu that is as exciting as the venue itself,” said Petrillo. “Cocktails offer bold flavor and bright garnish, and dining options offer inventive combinations of local flair and unique tastes. All presented with the highest level of service culture from a team of dedicated staff, and set to one of the most colorful backdrops in the nightlife industry. Rosa Sky is the perfect melding of scene and substance.” 

Rosa Sky will offer a variety of drinks such as “The Rosa Sky” which guests can order by the glass or in a shareable style that serves four. “The Rosa Sky” is made with Grey Goose Strawberry Lemongrass, citrus and sparkling rosé. The delicious concoction is poured over signature rose shaped ice cubes and into a martini glass. There are also cocktails like the “Golden Hour” which is made with Aperol, grapefruit and the all-new Calirosa Blanco Tequila. Presented by entertainer Adam Levine, the Calirosa Blanco Tequila is a premium tequila that is a fusion of Mexican spirit and California style. There is also another drink called, “the Violet Views,” that has Kettle One Vodka, crème de violet, blackberry and sage. In addition to wonderfully curated and aptly themed drinks, Rosa Sky will offer dishes inspired by local delicacies such as Cuban “Cigars”. The shareable “Cigars” have a crispy shell, jamon, lechon, queso, pickle relish, mustard aioli and scallion ash or the Tiradito of Tuna Aji Amarillo with guanabana and sweet potato. 

After it opens this February, Rosa Sky will welcome guests Wednesday through Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. and Sunday from 4:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. For more information about Rosa Sky, please visit www.rosaskyrooftop.com. Follow @rosaskyrooftop on Instagram and Facebook for the latest events, promotions, and updates. Rosa Sky is the first of many establishments that Petrillo and Roth plan to develop so be on the lookout for when the dynamic duo launches their second joint venture–––a restaurant––– in 2022. 

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The team behind Downtown Miami’s beloved neighborhood bar Lost Boy, welcomes their first restaurant, Tropezón, an Andalusian gin and tapas restaurant and bar which recently opened on December 14, 2021, at 512 Espanola Way located next door to Esmé Miami Beach hotel. Tucked away in the Mediterranean-like corridors of South Beach’s historic street, co-founders Randy Alonso and Chris Hudnall of growing hospitality brand Lost Boy & Co., welcome the funky new spot serving up Spanish-inspired tapas, gin-forward cocktails, and much more.

Tropezón, which means “to stumble” in Spanish, takes inspiration from namesake Spanish village bars where old men play afternoon cards, and women converse over sips of Sherry. Now open for dinner and late-night drinking, the charming indoor-outdoor dining space offers a cozy, old-world vibe that welcomes neighbors, travelers, and locals eager for Spanish comfort, signature tapas, and an insanely good gin program.

Tropezon1728“We are thrilled to welcome another concept to our regulars and loyal customer base from Lost Boy. We aim to bring the same community feels we built in Downtown to Española Way, an area that is quickly transforming into a versatile destination. With the opening of Tropezón, we aim to offer a new local spot where you can stumble in for tapas and sherry, a weekday Gin & Tonic, or a late-night dinner with friends,” says co-owner Chris Hudnall. “The goal for us is to embrace the traditions of Spain, specifically of the Andalusian region, where tapas culture is still celebrated today. We want to introduce this culture to our guests and give them a sense of what dining in Andalucía is like,” adds co-owner Randy Alonso.

Paying homage to the pueblos in Spain, the bar celebrates its love for gin with a wide depth of gin infusions, taking the beverage program to the next level. Guests can choose from a collection of more than 20 variations infused with tea, fruits, nuts, and even cured meats. The Gin & Tonic section of the menu features unique variations that serve as great refreshments for Miami’s warm climate. G&T’s such as Blue Matcha Yuzu, and Local Strawberry are soon-to-be favorites alongside updated classics like Vermut and Rose Sangria and Gin Martinis. Imbibers will also look forward to the bar’s extensive list of Sherry, Vermouth, and selection of classic Spanish cocktails done right.

Tropezón, located at 512 Española Way, is now open for dinner Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. and until 2 a.m. on Friday & Saturday with the kitchen open until 10 p.m. nightly. The restaurant has plans to launch breakfast, happy hour, and a late-night tapas menu soon. For more information, please call (305) 763-8523 or visit www.TropezónMiami.com. Follow on social media @Tropezónmiami

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This holiday season, the Champagne Bar at The Surf Club will bring back their iconic parties by first launching a new cocktail collection reminiscent of these memorable celebrations. The new collection, aptly called “Reflections,” will honor the memory and the legacy of the iconic celebrations that occurred at The Surf Club since the 1930s. 

The Champagne Bar team thrives under the direction of Head Bartender Valentino Longo. Longo and his team created the collection’s eight cocktails which are a modern interpretation of the historic themed parties that once celebrated culture and life in a truly gorgeous venue. 

“The vision behind Reflections is to relive the spark of what The Surf Club is historically known for — the years of parties, the happiness among people having fun and living in the moment,” said Longo.

To keep a spontaneous and lively atmosphere, a series of guest bartenders will accompany the presentation of each cocktail. Archive photos of past dinner parties and galas hint at the Surf Club’s enduring allure. It was the place to be in the winter social season. Longo and his team have ensured that it will also be the place to be this winter season. 

 “The Surf Club created the perfect social scene back in the day, where the parties were always unique with elaborate styles and themes,” continued Longo. “Our new cocktails honour this legacy while interpreting each theme for today’s guest.”

Last Tuesday, November 16th, the Four Seasons celebrated “Derby day” with all the flair of a spectacular soiree. The hotel encouraged guests to dress in the Derby-theme. Special guest Bartender, Masa Urushido of New York City’s Katana Kitten and winner of 2020’s World Best Bar, shined at the illustrious event. Urushido and the Champagne Bar team showcased four one-night only cocktails created using Woodford Reserve Bourbon. A live band also amused the attendees the entire night, providing an amazing ambiance. 

The Derby day event represented only a taste of what the Champagne Bar has in store. The Reflections Guest Bartender series will return every month and feature one of the new eight cocktails. 

“The art is in the garnish and the feel of each cocktail,” said Longo. “Fiesta in Rio for example – themed to the annual festival in Rio de Janeiro – uses authentic Brazilian ingredients, such as cachaca and Brazil nuts, paired with local produce from Miami. The cocktail allows you to experience what Fiesta in Rio would feel, look and taste like right here in Miami, through a thoughtful blend of local flavors rooted in the culture of the party’s theme.”

It is time to celebrate in style. Reflections is now available at The Champagne Bar. Consumers may also enjoy the hot new collection at Lido Restaurant at The Surf Club if they dare to discover the bar’s historic archways.

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There is a new bar in town. 

The Last Call Hospitality Group, the same masterminds behind Redbar Brickell and the Sweet Caroline Karaoke Bar, have developed a new nightlife concept: a cocktail bar called Tipsy Flamingo. Situated in the heart of beautiful, bustling downtown Miami, the Tipsy Flamingo heightens the Miami experience with incredibly crafted cocktails and a fun, carefree atmosphere.

“Basically, we took the best characteristics of Miami from the tropical ambiance and colors to the sounds and blended them together to create a unique and intimate venue that’s rare to find in this city,” said Tipsy Flamingo Co-Owner Juan Marcos Rancano. 

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Last Call Hospitality Group opened their third bar concept to satisfy an important vibe that was missing from the opportune area. “The bars in Downtown Miami are great, but they mostly cater to a specific demographic,” explained Rancano. “That’s why we decided to create a bit more of an elevated cocktail concept that combines the fun atmosphere of a bar with the trendy and intimate feel of a lounge.” 

To create a venue unlike any other, the Tipsy Flamingo team brought their vision of an elevated cocktail bar experience to fruition with ingenuity, dedication, and fashion. The cocktail bar has the style and feel of a cocktail lounge to invite intimacy and sophistication to this one-of-a-kind budding hotspot. The impressive venue is 1,300 square feet and constantly draws inspiration from the illustrious city of Miami. Using the tropical city’s gorgeous, natural elements, Tipsy Flamingo shines in the greens, purples, and hot pink for which Miami is known. With walls decorated in whimsical vintage palm leaf wallpaper and faux foliage, the cocktail bar captures the essence of paradise itself.  

cocktail 1There is also a diverse collection of artwork that decorates the walls as well as groovy neon signs. In keeping with the bar’s clever, thoughtful theme, there is a cheeky sign that reads “No Flocks Given.” During the earlier hours of operation and Happy Hour, the bar features guest seating. Later in the night, the Tipsy Flamingo team turns the bar into “a more loungey vibe” with cocktail tables and posh seating to the right of the venue. Local DJs are featured nightly. They spin open format style and their musical stylings range from Funk and Disco to Hip Hop and Reggaetón.


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The cocktail menu, which was created by Venezuelan Bartender Marco Balza,  serves as an ode to the Magic City. Balza designed each drink to pay homage to the city’s personality and showcase its vibrance, boldness, and mesmerizing allure. Some of the cocktails guests can expect are the “Downtown Mentirita” (the Tipsy Flamingo’s version of the classical Cuba Libre) and the extremely popular “My English Is Not Very Good Looking.” The second cocktail tastes like a pastelito de guayaba which is a delicious Cuban dessert.

The Tipsy Flamingo is open Tuesday through Sunday. The festivities will start at 5 PM with a Happy Hour. Then, the venue will transform into a groovy, elevated cocktail bar until 3 AM. 

For more information about the Tipsy Flamingo visit their website at www.tipsyflamingomiami.com or follow Tipsy Flamingo on Instagram @tipsyflamingomiami. 

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Last minute plans for the weekend?  We share with you the best options for the halloween Weekend.

MILA Restaurant will be a hosting its second annual “Gypsy Souls” event on Sunday, October 31 from 6 p.m. – 1:30 a.m. The restaurant will be decked out in the Bohemian-chic theme and filled with a spooky ambiance and special effects with a smoke machine. For those looking to get festival, MILA will have face painters onsite from 7 – 10 p.m. and staff will join in spirit with special makeup. During the event, guests are invited to dress up in the theme and transcend to Tulum or Coachella without having to book a ticket. What’s the format? It will be a multisensory experience with a seated dinner (a la carte), a theatrical mixology experience, a special curated Mykonos-inspired playlist, elite performances by fire dancers, and models dressed in the theme to transform the space.  “The Haunted” cocktail ($25), available during dinner or brunch services. The cocktail will feature a sour and sweet flavor with tequila cimarron, blood orange, cherry heering, dry vermouth, port and charcoal. For those looking to snap a spooky alcoholic drink on their Instagram, the black cocktail will be served on the rock over a king cube and placed in a ceramic bowl with dry ice for special spooky effects. (Featured Photo)

On Saturday, October 30th  from 9PM till late, at both Bodega South Beach (1220 16th St) and Bodega Fort Lauderdale (21 Las Olas Blvd) locations, guests will experience Bodega in Euphoria. We’re talking endless tequila and late-night debauchery. Admission is complimentary before 9PM when guests RSVP through BodegaHalloween.com. VIP table reservations can also be made at BodegaHalloween.com.

On Sunday, October 31st, at Sweet Liberty Drinks and Supply Co. (237-B 20th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139) guests can catch adored Key-West band, The Swayzees’  live performance at 9PM and Halloween themed cocktails including The Joan Jett made with Espolon Tequila Blanco, Grand Marnier, vanilla, fresh lime, fall spices, nutmeg salt, The Jimi Hendrix made with Montelobos mezcal, banana, coconut, cold brew, chocolate bitters, vanilla cream, The Iggy Pop made with Espolon  Tequila Blanco, Ancho Reyes, green apple, normandy apple cider, cinnamon and the Tina Turner made with Montelobos mezcal, Campari, Cinzano Rosso, Grand Marnier, cacao, orange bitters available all weekend.


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Drac’s Potion 
1.5 oz Elleven vodka
0.75 oz Lemon 
1 oz Pineapple 
2 dashes of Smoked chili bitters 
0.5 oz Grenadine 
Rocks glass

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1.5 oz Volcan Tequila 
1oz Lime
1oz Guava
1oz Cranberry
Tajín rim
Tall glass



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Downtown vice

1.5 oz Elleven vodka 
0.75 oz Passion fruit. 
1 oz Lime
0.5 oz Simple
Peach schnapps 
3 Mint leaves 
Shake all ingredients, strain over fresh ice on a wine glass.

Mint garnish and edible flower.


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Florida-based company Tropical Distillers, is thrilled to announce that Devin Walden has been named Master Distiller and will be overseeing and handling the small batch production process of all J.F. Haden’s Craft Liqueurs at their new distillery opening in December 2021.  “Devin, being a Kentucky native, brings a deep knowledge of distillery history and unparalleled talent to J.F. Haden’s and we are honored to have her on board,” says Tropical Distillers CEO, Buzzy Sklar.  Walden brings her unmatched knowledge of the spirits industry, passion and expert skill set from Lexington, Kentucky where she was born and raised and served as the first female distillery operator for Woodford Reserve.  Before relocating to South Florida, she gained her extensive knowledge for all spirits by leading and supervising the spirits department for Total Wine & More. 

The Tropical Distillers, a 10,000 sq. ft. distillery in the heart of Miami, offers in its brand portfolio, a first-of-its-kind, small batch mango liqueur made from all-natural home-grown Florida mangoes without preservatives, artificial colors or flavors, and they just released their second spirit, J.F. Haden’s Citrus Liqueur in fall 2021.

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I’m very grateful for the opportunity to be part of such an amazing team here at Tropical Distillers who allow me to expand my horizons and express my creativity. I’m confident that we will create unique and innovative products unlike anything found in the market today,” says Walden. Walden’s impressive career ranges from bartending to bottling & distilling, to sales and production.  Devin’s diverse work experience in the spirits industry helps her to take on this new role as it’s given her a much deeper understanding of what consumers are looking for in products as well as what it takes for those products to be successful in the market. “Having all these skills is essential when it comes to considering the creation of new products and how they should be made and packaged,” says Walden.

Tropical Distillers ensures the highest quality and guarantees peak flavors for all their craft liqueurs resulting in a fresher tasting cocktail by using a small batching process.  What also sets J.F. Haden’s Craft Liqueurs apart is that it mixes perfectly with any base alcohol and has a shelf life of two years.  Each bottle features its own unique batch and bottle number.  J.F. Haden’s Citrus Liqueurs expand over a wide range of flavor profiles pairing well with everything from sangria to tequila.

For more information on J.F. Haden’s Craft Liqueurs please visit https://jfhadens.com/ or check us out on Instagram @jfhadenscraftliqueurs and @tropicaldistillers

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Whether meeting another person’s needs, being someone to talk to, or creating a fun, welcoming environment, the hospitality industry is all about caring for people. Bars and restaurants are often places where individuals meet new people, hang out with family and friends, or simply enjoy a new experience. This October, bars across South Florida will demonstrate their strong community values by expressing pink pride for Breast Cancer Awareness month. From donating a portion of proceeds to important causes to curating Breast Cancer Awareness inspired drinks and events to empower women and their businesses, these bars spread awareness by spreading joy.

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila

For the month of October, Bodega Taqueria y Tequila with locations in South Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Aventura, will have available their frozen drinks in a limited-edition stadium cup for $9. For the entire month, customers can have as many frozen drink refills as possible for $5 at any Bodega location. 30% of the proceeds will be donated to Dolphins Challenge Cancer, created to unite the community against one of the most insidious diseases of our generation: Cancer.  For more information, please visit BodegaTaqueria.com. Bodega South Beach: 1220 16th Street, Miami Beach, FL – (305) 704-2145. Bodega Fort Lauderdale: 21 W Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL – (954) 945-5545. Bodega Aventura: 19129 Biscayne Blvd, Aventura, FL – (305) 704-3670

Warren Diannes Delight

Dianne’s Delight


For the month of October, Warren, Damn Good Hospitality’s newest hotspot in Delray Beach, Florida, will be donating $1 from every Dianne’s Delight cocktail sold to the Susan G. Komen foundation. Named after the fiancé (Dianne) of the restaurant’s namesake Warren John, Dianne’s Delight is priced at $12 and features Kettle One Vodka, Fresh Pressed Lime Juice & Cane Syrup and is garnished with a sage leaf and one whole blackberry. Warren is located at 15084 Lyons Rd, Delray Beach, FL 33446. For more information visit Warrendelray.com.


Dream catcher


Mila Restaurant, will be featuring the specialty cocktail “Dream Catcher” throughout October, and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation! This will be offered every evening and brunch.  Dream catcher features Luksusowa Vodka, strawberry, sundried tomato, italicus, lime, soda.




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For the month of October, Green Bar & Kitchen, Damn Good Hospitality’s vegan junk food bar located in Fort Lauderdale, will be donating $1 from every G beet K juice sold to the Susan G. Komen foundation. The juice, which is a mixture of beets, apples and carrots, is available at the restaurant for $10. Green Bar & Kitchen is located at 1075 SE 17th St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316. For more information visit greenbarkitchen.com.

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Drink pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month at Fort Lauderdale’s ultimate dining and imbibing destination Lona Cocina & Tequileria. During the month of October, Lona is featuring curated ‘pink ribbon’ libations including El Jardin de Rosas, a delicious blend of cucumber Ketel One vodka, raspberry, dry Vermouth and lime Juice ($16); and Pink Flamingo Sparkling Wine ($14). Lona is donating 50% of ‘pink ribbon’ cocktail sales to Susan G. Komen for a Cure. Reservations are encouraged and can be made on OpenTable. Lona is located at 321 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd at The Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort. Hours of operation are Sunday through Wednesday from 11:30AM to 1AM; and Thursday through Saturday from 11:30AM to 2AM. www.lonarestaurant.com/; Telephone: (954) 245-3069. Discounted valet parking is available.

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Intercontinental Miami and Toro Toro

Miami’s iconic downtown hotel, InterContinental Miami, is going pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On October 1, the hotel will commemorate Breast Cancer awareness in a big way when the exterior digital canvas illuminates the Miami skyline in pink to display a 36-foot digital Pink Ribbon that will be on display throughout the entire month of October.

In addition, visitors can follow the hotel’s interior pink lighting to Toro Toro, chef/restaurateur Richard Sandoval’s Pan-Latin steakhouse located on the lobby level of the property. Throughout October, Toro Toro is featuring the Pink La Bomba, a pink chocolate half sphere filled with cream cheese mousse, dulce de leche, strawberry ice cream, fresh berries, cookie crumbles and vanilla and berry sauce ($32) and the signature Pink Iris cocktail made with Patron Silver, house made sour, agave, passion fruit and marigold flowers ($18) 20% of all proceeds from sales of the Pink La Bomba and Pink Iris cocktail will be donated to BRCAStrong, a 501(c)3 non-profit that aims to support and alleviate the emotional and financial burdens of women facing breast cancer and ovarian cancer. For more information about BRCAStrong, visit www.brcastrong.org/.  InterContinental Miami and Toro Toro are located at 100 Chopin Plaza in Miami

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To celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Mandarin Oriental, Miami will run a special pink-themed cross-promotion throughout the property. The hotel will be lit in pink starting Oct. 1 to serves as a beacon of hope; MO Bar + Lounge will feature a Pink Warrior cocktail ($21) made with gin, maraschino liqueur, liqueur de Violette and a twist of lime; La Mar by Gaston Acurio will feature their Pink Causa for A Cause ($25) made with potato puree plated in the shape of a ribbon, flavored with beets, crabmeat, Peruvian trout, avocado, and more; and The Spa will feature their “Inner Strength” treatment designed to ease physical tension and emotional anxiety following a stressful time in one’s life. A portion of proceeds from the pink-themed promotions will benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure. located at 500 Brickell Key Drive. Mami, FL 33131

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Pubbelly Sushi

To commemorate October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Pubbelly Sushi is pleased to announce the “Drink Pink” fundraiser to benefit Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. The promotion, which runs from Oct. 1-31, features the restaurant’s limited-time-only Pink Sangria ($16) made with sparkling rosé, a dash of sprite, guava, a whole muddled strawberry, and a twist of lime. A portion of proceeds from the sale of every cocktail will go to fund Sylvester’s wig program that provides free wigs for cancer patients and survivors

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This October, Tanuki , the pan-Asian neighborhood gem located on Miami Beach on 11th and Alton, will feature a special pink-hued cocktail, HANAMATSURI ($16) made with Crop Organic Vodka, Hanamatsuri Mix, Lychee Juice, Smoked Coconut, Oolong Tea, Fresh Lemon Juice with a portion of proceeds donated to Florida Breast Cancer Foundation. Located at 1080 Alton Road. Miami Beach, FL 33139

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Throughout the month of October for Breast Cancer Awareness, TUR Kitchen will offer guests it’s Mediterranean Tea cocktail. The Mediterranean-inspired concept has partnered up with Jackson Memorial’s Sylvester Cancer Center and will donate 10% of all its pink-drink sales to the organization.  Located at 259 Giralda Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33134



Red Rooster Overtown

For the month of October, Red Rooster Overtown has teamed up with the woman-owned & operated E11EVEN Vodka to create a specialty boozy milkshake in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The pink colored vodka-spiked ‘Miami Mi11kshake’ is made with E11EVEN Vodka, Strawberry Ice-Cream, Pineapple Juice and Condensed Coconut Milk (full recipe below) and will be on the Red Rooster menu all of October priced at $15. 50% of Miami Mi11kshake sales during the entire month of October will go to FloridaBreastCancer.org. Red Rooster Overtown is located at 920 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33136.

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– 2 oz E11EVEN Vodka

– 2 oz pineapple juice

– 2 oz Condensed Coconut Milk

– 2 scoops of Strawberry Ice-cream

– 2 cups of Ice

– Garnish: Pineapple Frans, Strawberry Slices, Toasted Coconut Flakes. 

Directions to make: Blend all ingredients in a blender and pour into a hurricane glass.

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The once called “the water of Life” for being flavorless and odorless, has very much changed into a variety of fully infused and assorted flavors, offering a versatility when comes to make cocktails. 

To celebrate this National Vodka long weekend, here’s a couple of suggestions to raise the glass.

The Lychee Martini is one of MR CHOW’s most popular cocktails, featuring Absolut Elyx Vodka, lychee and a touch of ginger for a delicious twist makes a good start for celebration. (Featured Cocktail photo).

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Arrow of Eros

The Estiatorio Ornos Miami location is now open on Mondays, with its first conveniently on National Vodka Day. Celebrate the occasion with the Arrow of Eros cocktail, spiked with craft HAKU Vodka and St. Elder liquor, adding a sweet citrus and floral honey flavor. Finished with a strawberry-lavender syrup foam, this pink drink is one to try.  


Beach Walk

As an ode to the Asian side of the MILA Miami concept, their cocktail “Beach Walk” pairs Japanese melons with Kaffir lime (a Thai citrus) and lemongrass-infused, premium Wheatley Vodka. Aptly named, the drink has fruity flavors of coconut, pineapple, and lemon that will remind you of a tropical vacation. Finished with a spritz of Fever Tree Yuzu soda and garnished with a pink flower, this drink is refreshing and beautiful. 

WhatsApp Image 2021 10 02 at 2.43.45 PMEnjoy some “Vodkaritas” at MAIA House, made by mixologist Barbara Correa,  with sweet notes of eldelflower, and yuzu. They’ll be featuring this special cocktail all day on Tuesday, October 5th. 

Celebrate at home with E11even vodka latest edition. Join the fight for #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth by purchasing a LIMITED TIME ONLY pink 11vodka bottle, 11% of proceeds will go to the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation. 


2 oz Watermelon Juice
1 ½ oz E11EVEN Vodka
1 oz St Germain
¼ oz fresh lime juice
Watermelon Slice Garnish


Pour watermelon juice into glasses with ice, stir in St. Germain and E11EVEN Vodka to taste. Sweetness add more or less St. Germain Tartness add more or less lime juice.

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La Cañita’s spectacular view of Miami’s waterfront offers the perfect backdrop for lunch or dinner, celebrating The Infectious Spirit of the Islands and Central and South American Culture with Eclectic Menu, Rum-Centric Cocktails and Live Music Daily

La Cañita is meant to invoke the feeling of a distillery somewhere in the tropics of the Caribbean. Like the various influences found in the food and cocktails, the interior features vintage tropical wallpaper, carefully mismatched cement tile lining the bar, and dusky pink walls that conjure the colonial architecture of the Caribbean islands. The restaurant also conveys an open-aired, industrial feel that one might experience at some of the region’s best rum producers with giant copper columns that run from floor to ceiling. 

La Cañita Rum Runner photo by Michael PisarriThe beverage program is designed to get the party going with house-crafted cocktails that mix traditional with modern. The bar will feature five flavors of Mojito — strawberry, guava, passion fruit, mango, and coconut — and the same five flavors for their Tommy’s Margarita. Among the 20 cocktails on the menu, other standouts include the Oaxaca, a Mexican-style Negroni; and Our Old Fashioned featuring rosemary-infused whiskey, date bitters, and grapefruit. 

Beer by the bottle and five options on draught, including Modelo, Estrella Damm, and La Rubia blonde ale from Wynwood Brewing Company. Wine offerings include three sparkling wines, five whites, and four red wines from both Old and New World producers. 

The 4,800-square-foot restaurant is jointly owned by James Beard Foundation Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein, known for her command of pan-Latin cuisines, and partner David Martinez, equally well-known for his expertise in world-class, award-winning hospitality. Together, they’ve partnered with Davide Borgia and Orestes Pajon to bring this high-energy space to life.

La Cañita Waterfront photo by Michael PisarriLa Cañita Interior photo by Michael Pisarri 2La Cañita Pina Colada photo by Michael Pisarri

“La Cañita is quintessential Miami,” says Martinez. “We are so fortunate to have this melting pot of cultural and culinary influences in this city, and we hope to put them front-and-center with our new concept-driven restaurant. Between the big flavors and fun cocktail combinations, plus an amazing location with spectacular views, and live music filling the space day and night, La Cañita will be Miami’s go-to place to celebrate all the vibrancy of Latin and Caribbean culture. We’re looking forward to contributing to the continued growth of Bayside Marketplace’s landmark property; and ultimately, to spread the spirit of this great concept to other pockets of the country.” 

La Cañita’s menu features a selection of hot and chilled appetizers, soups, empanadas, salads and sandwiches, along with entrees from land and sea, and desserts. The restaurant will also offer a kid’s menu for family dining. 

Upon opening, the restaurant will be closed Mondays and Tuesdays and will be open Wednesday and Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.; and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information, please visit LaCañitaMiami.com, follow the restaurant at @LaCañitaMiami or email info@lacanitamiami.com. 

*Images by Michale Pisarri 

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