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Swine's Getting New Menus; Football at Touche Restaurant & Lounge

Starbucks gets a little more Miami, Juvia is hot again, and more.

SOUTH BEACH — Still stunning guests with its rooftop views, Juvia has been named one of the top 10 penthouse restaurants in the U.S. by Gayot. Including it among spots like New York's Birreria and Vegas' Alizé, the site writes that the elevated Miami eatery "presents water and city vistas that showcase South Beach at its most glamorous." []

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS — Starbucks now serves "sabores tradicionales" like dulce de leche tarts, guava and cream cheese croissants and pineapple coconut croissants, for a limited time only, per Short Order. The new Miami-inspired items are only available in South Florida "as part of the coffee company's fall promotion." And according to the blog, they're "pretty delicious." [SO]

CORAL GABLES — The Gables' porky restaurant Swine Southern Table & Bar has introduced a bunch of new lunch and dinner offerings. Don't worry, Swine will still be Swine. "At Swine, pig will always be king and though there are signature dishes that had to stay on the menu, we were looking to expand our offerings while staying true to the restaurant's spirit and the soul of Southern cooking," says executive chef Clayton Miller. Newbie dishes will be "business crowd friendly" and "designed for those looking for lighter options." Menu highlights include "Sunburst Trout" ($31) and "Backyard BBQ Chicken" ($26). [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN MIAMI — For those looking to watch the games downtown, Touche Restaurant & Lounge might be a good option now that they've launched weekday football viewing specials on Monday and Thursday nights. Those days, guests can enjoy a one-hour complimentary open bar (pregame), six for $20 beer buckets and $100 bottles of Absolut Vodka. [EaterWire]

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