4/20 Drink and Food Specials in Miami

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Saturday is April 20th, a celebration of stoner culture and the chance to sip CBD-infused cocktails and indulge in childhood favorites made by Miami’s best chefs.

Whether you’re craving an adult version of a juice box or a grilled CBD cheese, here are some of Miami’s best 4/20 food and drink options.

On Saturday from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. the Wynwood Bar will host a 4/20 edition of Dame Tu Cosita with DJs Chato and Wasabi. The Wyn Wood Fire Grill serves food and the bartenders pour “liquid marijuana” cocktails.

Made childhood favorites for adults.

Made childhood favorites for adults.

Batch gastropub

Batch designed a 4/20 inspired menu filled with adult juice boxes, cap’n crunch donut holes, and other fun bites. The special menu is offered from Thursday to Sunday.

Order Lechón and Pollo Tacos all day on April 20th for $ 4.20.

This Wynwood-based plant-based taqueria and restaurant serves CBD-infused agua frescas ($ 10) in passion fruit / tamarind, star fruit / guava, strawberry / soursop, and cucumber / lime / mint. and agave wine-based margaritas ($ 13) in regular, spicy, and passion fruit / tamarind flavors. Hungry? There’s also a four-for-$ 20 (4/20) taco deal on April 20th.

Coyo taco

2300 NW Second Ave., Miami
305-573-8228
1111 SW First Ave., Miami
786-773-3337
coyo-taco.com

Both the Brickell and Wynwood locations have a visit for children this Saturday. Try the Milk and Cookies from Oaxaca: Mexican-style wedding cookies filled with chocolate, walnut, and hemp and served with homemade coconut and almond horchata milk ($ 7). The menu item can also be delivered via UberEats.

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Giorgio Rapicavoli

The seventh 4/20 dinner by Giorgio Rapicavoli will take place this Friday and Saturday. This reservation-only meal is $ 42 per person, plus tax and tip. The menu features dishes inspired by Stoner films like Harold & Kumar. Go to White Castle: Wagyu beef tartare pusher with pickled shallot aioli and potato bread; Up in Smoke: smoked cheddar queso, crispy tortillas, spring onion cream and salsa asada; Friday: French fries with black truffle sauce and bacon smoked with apple wood; Fast times at Ridgemont High: Fiesta Mac ‘n’ Cheese with Italian breadcrumbs and San Marzano tomato sauce; The Big Lebowski: White Russian Hot Chicken, Coffee Maple, and Carrot Pickles; Pineapple Express: Pineapple Pancakes with Rum Syrup, Roasted Coconut, and Lime; and half-baked: brown butter, sea salt and dark chocolate cookie dough.

The plant-based restaurant in Fort Lauderdale has a special menu of grilled “cheeze” and tots or fries, served with a spicy CBD sauce ($ 8.95). Grilled “Cheeeze” with Smoked Tomato Soup, CBD Pesto, and Mixed Greens ($ 13.25); Fried Mac ‘n’ Cheese Bites with Spicy Red Pepper Coulis and CBD Pesto ($ 8.95); a vegetarian cruncher with grated lettuce, diced tomatoes and onions, sausage crumbs, and “Ched’r Cheeeze” CBD, wrapped and grilled in a spinach tortilla ($ 12.99); and Root Beer Floats ($ 8.50).

Jaguar Latin American cuisine

3067 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove
305-444-0216
jaguarspot.com

Order a Pisco Sour or a non-alcoholic Agua Fresca on April 20th and upgrade it with CBD oil or a CBD honey stick for an additional $ 2.

On Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Ms. Cheezious will host her freshly baked pizza party with live music from Q-Jam. Enjoy Neapolitan style pizza in the restaurant’s back yard. Favorites include classic margherita, hot peppers, pork belly carbonara, and a green pizza with rosemary pesto and artichoke ($ 10 each).

On Saturday. On April 20th, you will receive a special goodie box for night owls that contains the Girl Scout Cookie (GSC). Night Owl picks up a Girl Scout Samoas cookie. the Purple Haze, purple velvet batter mixed with white chocolate and filled with a donut filled with mojo donut grapes; Chicken ‘n Waffles, Publix Chicken Tender baked between Night Owl maple batter in a waffle press .; and the dough rito, a biscuit made from homemade Dorito flour. The box costs $ 20 and is available from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. while supplies last. The box is only available for in-store pickup and cannot be pre-ordered.

CBD Infused Cocktail No. 3 Social.

CBD Infused Cocktail No. 3 Social.

No. 3 Social

No. 3 Social offers limited edition cocktails with CBD infusion from Friday to Sunday. The drinks include the High Times with Matcha, Honey, Lime Juice, Aquafaba, St-Germain, Gin, and CBD Oil ($ 16). and the honey pot, which contains mint syrup, lime juice, cucumber juice, green chartreuse, mezcal, and CBD gums ($ 17).

Peacock Garden Bistro

2889 MacFarlane Rd., Coconut Grove
305-774-3332
peacockspot.com

This Saturday, enjoy an espresso martini or a berry mimosa in the Peacock Garden Bistro. For $ 2, you can upgrade to include CBD oil or a CBD honey stick in your drink.

Celebrate April 20th at Plant Miami with CBD-infused beverages and exclusive dessert specials like CBD Splashes ($ 10), the Plant Medicine Cocktail ($ 12), and Vanilla Cashew Crusted Blackberry Cheesecake, Coconut CBD Lime cream, fresh blackberries, and a dash of CBD mint sauce ($ 18).

Talavera Mexican cuisine

2299 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
305-444-2955
talaveraspot.com

This Saturday, enjoy a grilled pineapple jalapeño margarita ($ 11) or the ambitious cocktail ($ 12) with an upgrade from CBD oil or a CBD honey stick for an additional $ 2.

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Laine Doss is the food and liquor editor for the Miami New Times. It was featured on Eat Street by Cooking Channel and in the Great Food Truck Race by Food Network. She won an Alternative Weekly Award for her contribution on what it’s like to wait for tables.

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