This Week’s Top Food Events Miami: Blue Collar Celebrates 5 Years, OPA Thursdays at Atlantikós and More

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UPPER EAST SIDE — This Thursday, January 12, marks the five-year anniversary of Blue Collar. The spot, which owner Danny Serfer says he took a gamble on, is offering every table (and delivery order) a guaranteed-to-win scratch-off ticket. Every scratch-off wins a prize, ranging from gift cards to chicken parms, and they are available until all 1,200 run out.

SOUTH BEACH — Regent Cocktail Club celebrates their first live musical act of 2017 with a night of themed cocktails and a performance by the nine-piece electronica band, Spam Allstars, on Friday, January 13th, featuring a specially handcrafted cocktail menu inspired by the music of the musicians.

SOUTH BEACH — Celebrate the Russian New Year on Friday, January 13 at Villa Azur. On the celebratory menu expect dishes like the Lobster Tart, Langostino Carpaccio on Crispy Shell, Kobe beef Tenderloin A5 on the four course pre-fixe menu.

BRICKELL — Miami’s newest Dunkin’ Donuts in Brickell located at 940 SW 1st Avenue is celebrating its grand opening from Monday, January 9 to Saturday January 14 with 99 cent medium hot or iced coffee all day long.

ALL OVER — On Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017, all Whole Foods Market Miami locations will donate five percent of the day’s net sales to Wellness in the Schools (WITS). And all of Michael Schwartz’s restaurants in The Genuine Hospitality Group will also donate five percent of net sales that day to WITS.

SOUTH BEACH — For one week only, Michelin-stared French chef Philippe Colin will host a pop-up at Semilla Eatery and Bar. On the menu expect dishes like 63 Degree Eggs Parfait with Caviar and Parsley Bouillon, Fois Gras Ravioli with Morels Emulsion, and Couscous au Mar with Lobster.

BAL HARBOUR — Atlantikós, the new Greek restaurant at The St. Regis Bal Harbour, has gotten into the Greek spirit with its OPA Thursdays event. Every week it’ll feature Greek plate-breaking ritual with shots of Ouzu, a family-style traditional Greek dinner with Greek beers and wines, and accompanied by live music.

Source: oregonlive

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