Miami’s Best Food Events 305 Day February 5 to 7, 2021
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Celebrate 305 days at restaurants and bars in the Miami area this weekend, including Coyo Taco, Kush Hialeah, Black Market and 1-800-Lucky. Salt & Straws Flavors of Miami will also appear and the Wynwood Marketplace will reopen.
The “305 Quesadilla” offers the best of Coyo Taco and Sanguich de Miami in one bite.
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Coyo Taco and Sanguich de Miami are teaming up for 305 days
In the spirit of 305 Day, two local restaurants – Coyo Taco and Sanguich de Miami – have teamed up to serve the “305 Quesadilla” ($ 14) that will be available Friday through Sunday at Coyo Taco in Coral Gables, Wynwood, will be available. and Brickell. The Miami Tribute consists of Sanguich’s 24-hour marinated roast pork, 7-day ham, Swiss cheese, homemade pickles and mustard, served on a flour tortilla with a mix of shredded Mexican cheese and chipotle aioli from Coyo Taco. Each quesadilla is served with a side dish of sanguich mojo sauce to dip. Available Friday March 5 through Sunday March 7 at Coyo Taco in Coral Gables, Wynwood, and Brickell; coyo-taco.com.
In Kush Hialeah
Photo courtesy of Kush Hialeah
305 days in Hialeah style at Kush Hialeah
Celebrate the 305 Hialeah style with a party at Kush Hialeah. Enjoy free vodka shots plus $ 3.05 worth of cocktails and 3 ham croquetas for $ 3.05. A portion of all sales will benefit 305 Gives Back. At 6pm the Kush team will break out the “786 Piñata” and voli cocktails cost $ 7.86. For every Voli cocktail bought, guests receive a raffle ticket. At 8 p.m., three lucky winners will be announced. Guests can enjoy cigars and domino tables al fresco all night. Friday, March 5th, from 12pm to 9pm at Kush Hialeah, 1000 E. 16th St., Hialeah; 305-887-8863; kushhospitality.com.
Enjoy the croquetazo sandwich this weekend.
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Croquetazo by MrEats305 on the black market
Miami food blogger George Arango of @ mr.eats305 has teamed up with sports bar Black Market to roll the Croqueta Preparada Sandwich and celebrate Friday’s 305 Day. The result is the “croquetazo”, filled with croquetas from Islas Canarias and coated with coriander and lime aioli, spicy guava sauce, Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and potatoes, served on a baguette with a side of Yuca fries. The special edition sandwich is available for $ 13.50 all weekend. Available Friday, March 5 through Sunday, March 7, on the Black Market, 168 SE First St., Miami; 305-400-8023; blackmarketmia.com.
$ 3.05 cocktails, anyone?
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$ 3.05 drinks at 1-800-Lucky
For 305 days, 1-800-Lucky will serve the Made in Dade cocktail for $ 3.05, which will be available all day on Friday. The cocktail is prepared according to the guest’s choice with a Ketel One Botanical flavor (cucumber and mint, grapefruit and rose or peach and orange blossom) and soda with a hint of lime. Available Friday, March 5, at 1-800-Lucky, 143 NW 23rd St., Miami; 305-768-9826; 1800lucky.com.
Check out the El Crispy.
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$ 3.05 El Crispy at Pincho
On Friday (today), Pinchos El Crispy and Spicy El Crispy sandwiches will cost $ 3.05 until 3:05 p.m. Each crispy chicken sandwich is made with a certified antibiotic-free chicken breast topped with Pincho’s secret recipe for seasoned flour bread. The sandwich is topped with cucumber and pinchos signature sauce. Available on Friday March 5th via the Pincho online ordering system and mobile app. pincho.com.
Salt & Straw is serving free ice cream this Saturday.
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Flavors of Miami Pop-Up at Salt & Straw
To celebrate the recent opening of Salt & Straw’s first East Coast location in Wynwood, the brand has partnered with Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream (Pharrell Williams’ clothing and accessories brands) to create a socially distant pop-up to organize outdoors. Expect free samples of Salt & Straw ice cream, music from DJ Crespo, tasting opportunities and freebies from Exquisito Chocolates, Panther Coffee, Coconut Cartel, and Gables Delight. Saturday, March 6th from 12pm to 6pm in the Billionaire Boys Club pop-up, 255 NW 25th St., Miami; saltandstraw.com.
The Wynwood Marketplace has reopened.
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Wynwood Marketplace reopens
After a year of silence, Wynwood Marketplace is ready to reopen. Stop by this weekend and explore the numerous vendors on-site and order a drink from the outdoor bar. There will also be around 100 tables available that can only be reserved through Resy. There the guests have plenty of space to eat, drink or even dance. A new bar program, complemented by Ashley Ermus, director of Swarm Beverage, features a range of new cocktails, including a flavorful guava margarita made from tequila, orange, fresh guava, fresh lime, and jalapeño ($ 13). Specials of the day include buckets of beer ($ 30) and 60-ounce cocktail mugs ($ 49). La Picaña Grill, an on-site kitchen, serves truck-style food. Choices range from choripán (an Argentine-style chorizo sandwich) to picanha-filled arepas, baby ribs ($ 13-15) and various taco preparations, three per order ($ 15-17.50 ) are served. 2250 Northwest Second Ave., Miami; wynwood-marketplace.com.
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Clarissa Buch is a reporter and food critic who has covered Miami for more than half a decade. Her work focuses on food and culture (and food culture).