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Miami’s Booze & boogie scene heats up with a new club, and more reasons to eat, drink, and be merry

10-16-2015 | Miami Herald/Miami.com

Celebrating its one year anniversary as a place with substance in addition to style and booze, LILT Lounge, 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, is throwing a big party at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17 featuring an extended happy hour, specially priced champagnes, dollar oysters and live music, this time to benefit Jose's Hands, an organization dedicated to medical mission work.

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The Best Miami Cocktail Bars, by neighborhood

10-15-2015 | Eater.com

For those looking to taste their way through the each Miami neighborhood one cocktail at a time this is the list for you. From dives to lounges to restaurant bars we've laid out before you a treasure map bound for liquid gold.

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Go Drink This: House-Bottled Pear and Hibiscus Cider

09-23-2015 | Miami.com

While fall may only be a figment of our imagination in Miami, there are ways to celebrate the arrival of a new season. One route is bartender Dean Feddaoui’s house-bottled pear and hibiscus cider, which blends pear cider (hello, local pears!), hibiscus-chamomile tea, raw ginger juice, fresh lemon, and organic agave nectar.

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Hispanic Heritage Month 2015: The Ultimate Latino-Inspired Cocktail Guide

09-16-2015 | Latin Times

As Hispanics we know how to party and we’re kicking off the national 'fiesta' with a round-up of refreshing sangria, coquito and different cocktails to enjoy our unique culture, traditions and diversity. Beer, rum and tequila are just some of the ingredients you will find on our collection of easy drink recipes that are perfect to share with friends or family in any occasion.

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High Kicks and Hijinks: The Best Latin Clubs in Miami

09-15-2015 | Virgin-Atlantic.com

Miami is famous for its multi-faceted Latin culture. And while you’ll find yourself fully immersed in it from the moment you land – with conversations laced with dozens of different Spanish accents – one of the best ways to truly experience the variety of Hispanic ethnicities here is through the multitude of Latin clubs in Miami.

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The 50 Finest

06-30-2015 | Modern Luxury

Hungry? You’re about to be. Miami’s booming culinary scene continues to sizzle with new restaurant openings, impressive chefs that should be on your radar, decadent dishes to break diets for, one-of-a-kind experiences for special occasions and a spectrum of food and drink trends that take dining out to a whole new level.

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Six Reasons We Love Miami

06-28-2015 | USALovelist.com

When I think of Miami, I think glitz and glamour, oh, and cuban food too. Some might not realize it, but Miami is a city rich in history and culture. Miami has a big art scene. While I can’t say I’m an art connoisseur, I really enjoyed Avant Gallery for its eclectic mix of artist, nicely curated gallery, and down-to-earth staff.

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Hottest Happy Hours in Miami

06-09-2015 | Thrillist.com

Come summer in South Florida, late-afternoon thunderstorms are about as inevitable as hurricane scares, and the Marlins losing 14 games in a row. That’s why these 11 spots have come up with brand-new happy hours just in time for said summer afternoons, so you can sit inside, enjoy their cheap drinks, and watch Channel 7 until the cone of death has moved safely North.

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Summer in the City: DBGB, boozy fundraisers and bikini contests

05-18-2015 | Miami.com

LILT Lounge, 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, is teaming up with an unlikely partner -- the Biscayne Nature Center -- to celebrate the beginning of sea turtle nesting season with a special extended happy hour from 6 - 9 p.m. Wednesday, May 27. You will get specially priced champagnes, cocktails, $1 oysters, live music and an opportunity to sign up early to see live baby sea turtles at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center's hot ticket event -- the Full Moon Sea Turtle Release, taking place later this summer.

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