Five ways to take a leap on Leap Day


SuViche Fort Lauderdale

If your birthday comes once every four years, you’re in luck. The Fort Lauderdale restaurant offering sushi and Peruvian food offers those born on Feb. 29 a free meal. Just show your ID to redeem the offer.



iFLY Fort Lauderdale

Take a leap—literally—at Broward’s indoor skydiving facility, offering “leaplings” the chance to fly free now through March 1. Those who weren’t born on Leap Day can take advantage of a 29% discount on up to two additional flights added to a flight package during Leap Year Week.


Mastro’s Ocean Club

The waterfront restaurant offering delectable steakhouse and seafood honors the leap year with a $29 specialty cocktail the South of France with Combier Liqueur de Pamplemousse Rose, Solerno Blood Orange Liqueur and simple syrup with Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut Champagne and grapefruit zest.



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The Brickell and Las Olas locations of the elevated sports bar are celebrating Leap Day in style with a Black and White Ball, inspired by Truman Capote’s legendary party. Guests wear black and white and enjoy complimentary champagne and $5 Absolut cocktails. Registration is free and open to the public.

Brickell Eventbrite

Las Olas Eventbrite



Casa Sensei

Latin American and Asian food favorite offers a $29 prix fixe menu to celebrate Leap Day. Options include miso soup, pork dumplings Russian Roll, truffle butter crunch roll, special fried rice and a special dessert of Thai donuts.



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