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MO Bar Unplugged; Sweet Times Cupcakes Turns One

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BRICKELL — Mandarin Oriental's swanky new MO Bar & Lounge is launching "MO Bar Unplugged," a series of concerts featuring Latin artists that will perform songs off their forthcoming albums. The first one will take place on May 7 at 8 p.m. with a Chilean rock-pop band called La Ley. Dinner and show tickets are priced at $150 per person; show tickets are $50 per person and both include two cocktails. [EaterWire]

MIAMI — If you want to play a game on your phone that was created by a Miami chef, now you can. Meet The Federal's Cesar Zapata's "Mission G-ROK" adventure game, created with the help of Russell Simmons and T.I. (just a little detail). Well, now you know what Mr. Zapata is doing while he's not cooking. [EaterWire]

SOUTH BEACH — Here's the deal at Lime in South Beach for Cinco de Mayo: $2 tacos and $6 margaritas, all day long. Boom. [EaterWire]

KENDALL — Sweet Times Cupcakes & Coffee is celebrating their one year anniversary with three new cupcakes and an entire week of festivities (from April 29 to May 6). The store will be holding raffles, giving away prizes like Kindles and flat screen TVs and, of course, dishing out free cupcakes. They'll also be launching this absolutely insane promotion called "Sweet Tattoo" where the first three fans to get a one inch or larger permanent tattoo of the Sweet Times logo anywhere on their body will receive one dozen cupcakes for free every week forever. [EaterWire]

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