july 1, 2021
National Foodie Holidays in July
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Miami is a perfect combination of party animals and workaholic. And fair enough! Party and comfort do come at a price and who knows it better than residents of Miami? A Sunday is never
enough to shake the week-long stress.
Thankfully people of Miami know how to make any day- a fun day! Here are National Holidays coming up in July and Where to celebrate them!
National Chocolate Day
World Chocolate Day is celebrated on July 7th, and the best way to commemorate the delicious occasion is to indulge in various sorts of chocolate. Miami has been fortunate enough to jump on the artisan chocolate bandwagon in recent years, with the emergence of a few local chocolate businesses and locally created chocolates.
Garcia Nevett's take chocolate manufacturing very seriously, and it shows: they were just named Miami's Best Chocolate Shop and received four new awards at the International Chocolate Awards - America. Three silver medals for Ocumare, Canoabo, and Rum Vanilla bonbons, as well as a bronze for Coconut, were awarded. Stop in to see their excellent chocolate or sign up for a chocolate course to learn how to make your own.
National Mojito Day
The Mojito is a sweet and refreshing Cuban rum cocktail that is ideal for the heat of a Miami summer thanks to the acidity of the lime, the flavor of the mint, and plenty of ice.
Ball & Chain on Calle Ocho uses Bacardi's Puerto Rican white rum in their Mojito, which is served with a side of hot Latin jazz in Miami's Cuban neighborhood, Little Havana.
National Ice cream day
Edible gold sparkles, colorful cotton candy, and endless toppings! This ice cream shop in the Design District is as unique as its location, and it leaves no instagrammable stone unturned. MadLab first opened its doors a year ago and has been serving up Japanese Cheesecake, house-made chocolate bark, and the best soft serve on the block ever since. We challenge you to get just a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
National Tequila Day
Bakan, Wynwood's newest Mexican hotspot, is the perfect place to celebrate National Tequila Day. Walk through a wall of cacti and get instantly transported to Mexico with an earthy, artsy and modern space, a wide variety of authentic regional dishes and expansive tequila offerings. Bakan is sure to have a little bit of tequila for everyone, with a four-tiered glass case filled with more than 350 mezcals and tequilas.
National Creme Brûlée day
Every year on July 27, National Creme Brulee Day is observed. Creme brulee is a dessert that has a creamy custard base and is topped with a contrasting hard caramel layer and sugar. It is typically served at room temperature. The Creme brulee has various other names such as burnt cream, Crema Catalana, and trinity creme
This new French. cafe makes you believe in love at first sight. the decor is classic yet trendy and it's spacious with lots of natural light. There's plenty of indoor seating as well as a nice covered outdoor space on the sidewalk.
It will remind you of being in Europe where you must just relax enjoy the food and appreciate the ambience.