Four ways to celebrate the Fourth in South Florida
The Fourth of July celebrations will look a little different this year. But South Florida restaurants are keeping the party going.
Rock and Roll Independence Day Brunch. At this block party on Las Olas Boulevard, enjoy samples of special Rock N Roll sushi rolls, live music (including performances by Jon Lewis) and raffles.
Where: Casa Sensei
Mastro’s Ocean Grill Kits. Fireworks-inspired grill kits from Mastro’s bring the party home with three different themed options: Roman Candle, with two large Caesar salads or a large Mambo salad and one 40 oz. Wagyu Tomahawk Chop (featured image above); Bottle Rocket, with two large Caesar salads and the choice of four 8 oz. Filets, four 18 oz. Kansas City Strips or four 22 oz. Bone-In Ribeyes; and Sparkler, with one large Caesar salad; the option of two 12 oz. Bone-In Filets or two 16 oz.New York Strip.
Kits start at $120. Truffle or Bone Marrow Butter can be added for $15 each. Click here for information.
Miami-Themed July 4th Party. Celebrate Miami-style with a socially distant celebration at Newport Beachside Hotel & Resort’s Tiki bar. The menu features roasted pork, yucca with mojo, black beans, rice, maduros, pan con bistec, and pan con lechon.
Where: Newport Beachside
Special dessert. Villa Azur in Miami Beach introduces a special Fourth of July dessert: The Baked Cobbler ($17; featured image above) is a sweet blend of wild berries compote, brown butter baked sable, vanilla ice cream and bourbon sauce delight.
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