Breast Cancer Awareness Month Restaurant Deals in Miami 2020

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Katsuya’s pink dynamite roll

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Through October, many Miami bars and restaurants are offering a variety of food and drink options in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month – or #Pinkober if you hashtag it – which is 35 years old this year.

The annual nationwide effort to increase public knowledge about the disease and raise money for ongoing research was formed in 1985 as a partnership between the American Cancer Society and the pharmaceutical division of Imperial Chemical Industries, now part of AstraZeneca, and several cancer drugs .

Read on for a list of Miami spots that draw attention to the most original pink foods and drinks, from cocktails to sweet treats with a purpose.

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The terrace of the American Social - PHOTO COURTESY OF AMERICAN SOCIAL BRICKELL

The terrace at the American Social

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American society

690 SW First Ct., Miami
305-223-7004
americansocialbar.com
Head to this Brickell Sports Bar every day this month for special spirits and cocktails like the Pink Lady Shots ($ 5) and rose lemonade ($ 11). Or enjoy a discounted bottle of Moët & Chandon Rosé for a specific purpose ($ 100) or the featured wine of the month, Fleurs de Prairie Rosé ($ 38), available at half price on Wednesdays. Part of the proceeds will go to the Women’s Breast & Heart Initiative.

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Strawberry Passion Smoothie at Carrot Express - PHOTO WITH PROMOTION FROM CARROT EXPRESS

Strawberry passion smoothie at Carrot Express

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Carrot Express

Several locations
essencarrotexpress.com
At Carrot Express’s seven locations, one dollar for every strawberry passion smoothie sold is donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, a nonprofit that specializes in breast cancer awareness raising and research and clinical trial funding. The immune boosting drink contains double strawberries, fresh apple juice, banana, and honey ($ 7.95 for 16 ounces / $ 10.95 for 24 ounces)

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Coyo Tacos Pollo al Carbon Tacos - PHOTO BY DEYSON RODRIGUEZ

Coyo Tacos Charcoal Chicken Tacos

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Coyo taco

Several locations
coyo-taco.com
Chef Scott Linquist wraps his Pollo al Carbon tacos (US $ 7.50) in a pink tortilla made from organic beet juice. The proceeds from the sale of the special taco will be donated to Protect Our Breasts. Orders can be placed directly through the restaurant’s website.

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Complimenti Cocktail at Fi'lia - PHOTO Courtesy of Fi'lia

Compliment cocktail at Fi’lia

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Fi’lia

1300 S. Miami Ave., Miami
305-239-1330
sbe.com
Fi’lia’s Brickell outpost serves guests a new complimenti cocktail made with Belvedere peach, moscato, lemon, and aperol ($ 15). For every cocktail sold, $ 1 goes to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

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Pink birthday cake at Fireman Derek's Bake Shop - PHOTO COURTESY OF FIREMAN DEREK'S BAKE SHOP

Pink birthday cake at Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop

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Firefighter Derek’s Bakery

Several locations
firemandereks.com
The bakery offers a special pink birthday cake with a rosy buttercream frosting and extra sprinkles. The cake is $ 8.50 each and $ 68 for a whole cake and is available at the Wynwood and Coconut Grove locations. When you get one, a portion of the proceeds go to the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation. Orders must be placed online through the bakery’s website.

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Intercontinental Miami - PHOTO PERMITTED BY INTERCONTINENTAL MIAMI

Intercontinental Miami

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Intercontinental Miami

100 Chopin Plaza, Miami
305-577-1000
icmiamihotel.com
For the entire month of October, the downtown hotel’s digital outdoor screen will display a 10-meter-long digital pink ribbon from sunset to sunrise to commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Susan's Role in Katsuya - PHOTO PROMOTED BY SLS SOUTH BEACH

Susan’s role in Katsuya

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Katsuya south beach
1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
305-455-2995
sbe.com
The South Beach restaurant is offering two special sushi rolls this month. With lobster, snow crab, and prawns, Susan’s Roll is made with avocado, pickled beets, pickled daikon, mamenori wrap and served with pink ponzu and miso agave sauce ($ 22). Topped off with a sweet beet aioli, the pink dynamite roll contains king crab, mamenori, kanikama, avocado, and a “dynamite” sauce ($ 26). A portion of the proceeds will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

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Pink Watermelon Mojito at Monty's - PHOTO BY JORDAN BRAUN

Pink watermelon mojito at Monty’s

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Monty’s Raw Bar Raw

2550 S. Bayshore Dr., Coconut Grove
305-856-3992
montysrawbar.com
Monty’s Raw Bar has partnered with local rum company Miami Club Rum to donate $ 1 for every pink watermelon mojito to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The special drink consists of freshly scrambled watermelon and mint, lime juice, and lemonade ($ 13).

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Pink Key Lime Pie by Nikki Beach - PHOTO PROMOTED BY NIKKI BEACH

Pink Key Lime Pie from Nikki Beach

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Nikki Beach

1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
305-538-1111
nikkibeach.com
Throughout October, Nikki Beach will donate fifty percent of the proceeds from its signature Pink Key Lime Pie ($ 11) to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

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Sugar Factory's Think Pink Milkshake - PHOTO PROMOTED BY SUGAR FACTORY

Think Pink Milkshake from Sugar Factory

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Sugar factory American brasserie

1144 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
305-604-0323
zuckerfabrik.com
The Ocean Drive sweet spot has launched a crazy Think Pink milkshake made with vanilla ice cream, white chocolate ganache, and buttercream frosting and topped with a pink swirling pop and pink crystal sprinkles. The special treat is served in a glass topped with pink ganache, pink starbursts, and a perfect pink breast cancer awareness ribbon ($ 19). For every milkshake sold, Sugar Factory donates $ 1 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

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