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Here's What To Eat and Drink at this Weekend's Cadillac Championship

Expect Burger & Beer, Moët Champagne and more

Tiger will have to be watching from the sidelines this year
Tiger will have to be watching from the sidelines this year
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Golf tournaments aren't typically known for having a selection of food outside of burgers, hot dogs and beer. But when The Donald takes over your tournament, you know the food and beverages are going to be taken up a few notches.

These are the best places to get your grub and drink on – and exactly where to get them – inside this weekend's Cadillac Championship.

Burger & Beer Joint (Fan Village) – This is the championship's "official burger" maker and it'll be serving up a selection of its signature burgers including the Thunder Road, the Rooster and the Mustang Sally.

Versailles (1st tee and 18th green) –  It wouldn't be an appropriate Miami event without plenty of croquetas. Luckily for golf go-gers, they can get their Cuban cuisine fix at the beginning and the end of tournament.

SeaDelight Fish House (Fan Village) – Fresh seafood is the name of the game for SeaDelight, who happens to supply seafood for some of Miami's top restaurants and grocery stores.

Sushi Maki (Fan Village) – The official host vendor at the tournament, Sushi Maki will be creating six rolls including the "Blue Monster Roll" and "The Escalade Roll."

Food Trucks (Fan Village and Lakeside area near the 15th green) — Six of Miami's food trucks including BC Tacos, Che Grill, Fat Taco, Health Nut on Wheels, HipPOPs and Island Whip, will be on site all weekend long serving up their signature dishes.

BLT Prime (Golf club house)If you're in the mood to actually sit down and enjoy your meal, head to the resort's marquee restaurant, BLT Prime. The steakhouse is know for it large bone-in steaks, popovers and tuna tartare.

The Grey Goose Vodka 19th Hole Lounge (Near the 9th tee) — It wouldn't be a proper South Florida sporting event without plenty of adult beverages, and at this vodka-dedicated bar guests can sip on signature Grey Goose cocktails like the Blue Monster or a classic Bloody Mary.

Beringer Wine Bar (Between the fairway and the 18th tee) — Housed inside the new two-level Cadillac Championship lounge on its second floor, open-air deck its equipped with all the vino you can imbibe for the afternoon.

Moët & Chandon Champagne Bar (Fan Village) — The great thing about champagne is you can drink it no matter the time of day and no one will judge you, which is why the champagne bar is a perfect pit stop during your golf watching day.

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