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Oktoberfest Brickell This Weekend; Southern Fried Sunday

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BRICKELL— Grab the Lederhosen because tonight kicks off the three day Oktoberfest Brickell in Miami Circle. In typical German fashion, the three day fest will have schnitzel and other delicacies, Radeberger Pilsner, Hövels Original, and Schöfferhofer Weizen beers, live music and other festivities. Pre-purchase general admission or VIP one day or three day tickets. Get in free when you wear Lederhosen (because we all have some lying around). Also check out the special three-course dinner with beer pairings by celebrated chef Wolfgang Ban of the Michelin-starred Seasonal Restaurant & Weinbar in NYC. [EaterWire]

MIAMI BEACH— Starting this Sunday, October 7, The Dutch picks up where Michys left off last month in an all-you-can-eat fried chicken dinner, Southern Fried Sunday. The first Sunday of each month, stuff as much crispy chicken as you can for $34, complete with honey butter biscuits and house made Anthony's slaw. Southern Peach cocktails for $9 wash it down just right. []

DOWNTOWN— For those lamenting the passing of their favorite restaurant holiday, Miami Spice, there's good news. During the month of October, Daniel Boulud's db Bistro Moderne will offer an Argentinian Spice menu for lunch ($23) and dinner ($39) with dishes like Nine Herbs Capeletti and a Rio De La Plata Sandwich. There will be a special Archaval Ferrer Tasting Dinner on October 18 with a four-course menu by Chef Matthieu Godard and Argentinian wine pairings. You'll want to call ahead to reserve tickets ($99) to that one. [EaterWire]
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