Miami Restaurants Offering Perks and Freebies to Voters on Election Day 2020
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Election day is Tuesday November 3rd and this is a monumental race that is sure to go down in history.
As an incentive to vote, many restaurants in Miami offer perks to voters on election day. Here are the best ways to celebrate that you have exercised your constitutional right and civic duty.
Bodega Taqueria and Tequila in South Beach
Photo courtesy Bodega Taqueria y Tequila
Free chips and guac with your election day order when you show your “I Voted” sticker.
Tacos and more.
On Election Day, visit Caja Caliente in the gable or in the Food Truck of the Design District and receive 155 from your Odrer when you show your “I Voted” sticker.
Margaritas at Coyo Taco.
Photo courtesy of Coyo Taco
Show your proof of voting on election day and enjoy two-to-one margaritas all day at all Coyo locations.
Dishes and diya.
Photo courtesy Diya Indian Kitchen Bar & Lounge
Now through Election Day, wear your “I Voted” sticker in Diya Sunset Harbor and receive a free glass of wine or draft beer to toast the use of your vote. Combine your festive drink with one of Diya’s delicious starters such as Aloo Bravas, Chana Taco, Gobi Manchurian and many more.
Free balls! Free balls! Free balls! Free balls!
Photo courtesy of Frohzen
Bring your “I Voted” sticker to Frohzen by Tuesday, November 3rd to receive a free scoop of ice cream. The flavors include tres leches, red velvet cake, mango passion fruit, birthday cake and guava Maria. 12:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. through Tuesday, November 3, in Frohzen, 151 NE 41st St., Miami; frohzen-miami.com.
Jaguar Latin American cuisine
Show your “I Voted” sticker in the Jaguar Restaurant by November 3rd and enjoy happy hour all day with 50% off cocktails, beers, wines and cavas.
Chef Michael Schwartz
Photo courtesy Genuine Hospitality
Real hospitality restaurants
Michael’s real food & drink. 130 NE 40th St., Miami; 305-573-5550
Amara in Paraiso. 3103 NE Seventh Ave., Miami; 305-702-5528
Tigertail + Mary. 3321 Mary St., Coconut Grove; 305-722-5688
Chef Michael Schwartz and La Fête du Rosé have teamed up to offer voters who present their “I Voted” sticker in one of the three restaurants a free glass of wine from 5pm on election day (one glass per person).
Photo courtesy of Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections
The Miami Marlins and Feed the Polls are handing out 4,000 meals to polling stations in Liberty City and Little Havana on Election Day. Meals will be made available to those waiting in line at the following locations to vote:
- Citrus Grove Middle School. 2153 NE Third St., Miami, from 11 a.m.
- Liberty Square Community Center 6304 NW 14th Ave., Miami, starting at 2 p.m.
Planta’s lunch spread
Photo courtesy Planta South Beach
Through Tuesday, November 3rd, Planta is offering those who rock their “I Voted” stickers a 20 percent discount on their last check.
It’s not very complicated and you can drink beer afterwards!
Photo courtesy Quarterdeck
Show your “I Voted” sticker now by Election Day and get a BOGO burger deal. Choose a burger (American, Grander or Lobster) and get a second burger of the same or lower value for free when you buy two drinks. The offer is available on all quarterdecks in Miami.
Home cooking at Rosie’s
Photo courtesy Rosie’s / Dana Agency
Get 10 percent off your entire order at Rosie’s until November 3rd when you show you’ve voted.
Swan in the design district.
Photo courtesy Morelli Brothers
Share your “I Voted” sticker and enjoy a free cocktail on election day.
Veza Sur Brewery
Photo by Scott Harris
Veza Sur Brewing Co.
55 NW 25th St., Miami
Miami, FL 33127
Now, through election day, guests at Veza Sur can enjoy every beer for a 20 percent discount when they show their “I Voted” sticker. Visit the brewery or take your beer and pick it up. Tag @VezaSurBrewingCo in your beer and “I Voted” selfies for an IG shoutout.
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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.