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Your Last Minute Guide to the 4th of July in South Florida

Time to get those sparklers out

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We realize South Florida isn't the most patriotic area, but that doesn't mean we don't pull out all the stops when the 4th of July rolls around. Here are your best bets to eat, drink and celebrate the good ol' U.S. of A. this weekend.

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Boxelder Craft Beer Market

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This beer spot is getting into he patriotic themed with its "Red, White and Brew" party featuring $5 craft beers, plenty of food trucks, live music and DJs. Party run from 1 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Cleo South Beach

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Get in the patriotic mood sipping "Stars, Stripes and Whiskey" cocktails on the restaurant's patio – and to celebrate the drink will be half-priced all day.

Clevelander

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While the crowd can be, ummm, interesting at times, there's no denying that the hotel boasts some pretty spectacular views for fireworks. To celebrate the 4th, its hosting a party from 7 to 9 p.m. that features an open premium bar and food buffet with dishes like churrassco and salmon on the menu. Tickets are $160 per person. Details in the link below.

Freehand Miami

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There's no denying that the 4th of July will be a hot one. If you want to cool down head over to the Freehand's pool party from 2 to 7 p.m. featuring pop-up shops, drinks and eats courtesy of the Broken Shaker.

Fresh American Bistro

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Its all day party will feature cuisine from Executive Chef Philippe Ruiz, live music, classic American films screened on the projector, and plenty of bourbon-spiked lemonade.

J Wakefield Brewing

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There's nothing more American then beer and BBQ. J. Wakefield is acknowledging this with a day-long, cash-only BBQ featuring 10 beers on draft.

Jalapeño Mexican Kitchen

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Nothing is more American then a Mexican-themed fourth of July bash, right? Well, either way Jalapeño is hosting a fiesta on the 4th from 5 to 9 p.m. featuring $4 tacos, $5 drink specials and views of Miami Beach's fireworks.
This Spanish influenced restaurant gets into the American spirit on the 4th, offering a special three-course 4th of July menu for $50 a person.

Nikki Beach Miami

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It wouldn't be a party unless it was an all-day party at Nikki Beach, and this is no exception. The sand-filled club/restaurant/lounge will host its 4th of July party from noon to 11 pm. featuring a BBQ with 8 different types of burgers, plenty of booze and a "massive fireworks show."

Radio Bar South Beach

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Looking for a late-night 4th of July spot? Then head to Radio where it'll get the party going at 10 p.m. with $7 Sailor Jerry specials and a late-night BBQ.

Rusty Pelican

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With some of the best views in the city for fireworks, this restaurant is offering up a 4th of July themed menu to go with your firework watching. For $65 a person you can munch on dishes like strip steak and apple pie.

Shake Shack

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The corndogs have returned! All weekend long the Shack's popular corn dog will be available along with its popular blueberry pie concrete.

Tamarina Restaurant

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This chic Italian eatery is channeling its American roots on the 4th. From 4 to 9 p.m. it'll offer a family style BBQ with dishes like Pork Ribs and Mac and Cheese and unlimited Peroni Beer and Four Roses Bourbon. The meal is $56 a person.

The Barnacle Historic State Park

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Have a throwback 4th of July picnic at the Barnacle. The family friendly event runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and allows guests to bring in their own picnic or buy some of the hot dogs and hamburgers for sale on site.

The Biltmore Hotel

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A classic 4th of July spot in South Florida, you can dine one a three-course menu for $55 a person and take in the legendary fireworks on its golf course.

The Federal Food Drink & Provisions

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Want to start your 4th of a brunch note? Of course you do. Head over to the Federal for its boozy 4th of July brunch featuring unlimited PBRs and mimosas for $19.

Thompson Miami Beach

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The hotel is hosting its first ever "Dirty BBQ" on the 4th from noon to 7 p.m. It'll feature "social" games ( think giant Jenga and ping pong), bites from soon-to-be open Talde restaurant and plenty of drink specials.

Boxelder Craft Beer Market

This beer spot is getting into he patriotic themed with its "Red, White and Brew" party featuring $5 craft beers, plenty of food trucks, live music and DJs. Party run from 1 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Cleo South Beach

Get in the patriotic mood sipping "Stars, Stripes and Whiskey" cocktails on the restaurant's patio – and to celebrate the drink will be half-priced all day.

Clevelander

While the crowd can be, ummm, interesting at times, there's no denying that the hotel boasts some pretty spectacular views for fireworks. To celebrate the 4th, its hosting a party from 7 to 9 p.m. that features an open premium bar and food buffet with dishes like churrassco and salmon on the menu. Tickets are $160 per person. Details in the link below.

Freehand Miami

There's no denying that the 4th of July will be a hot one. If you want to cool down head over to the Freehand's pool party from 2 to 7 p.m. featuring pop-up shops, drinks and eats courtesy of the Broken Shaker.

Fresh American Bistro

Its all day party will feature cuisine from Executive Chef Philippe Ruiz, live music, classic American films screened on the projector, and plenty of bourbon-spiked lemonade.

J Wakefield Brewing

There's nothing more American then beer and BBQ. J. Wakefield is acknowledging this with a day-long, cash-only BBQ featuring 10 beers on draft.

Jalapeño Mexican Kitchen

Nothing is more American then a Mexican-themed fourth of July bash, right? Well, either way Jalapeño is hosting a fiesta on the 4th from 5 to 9 p.m. featuring $4 tacos, $5 drink specials and views of Miami Beach's fireworks.

Klima

This Spanish influenced restaurant gets into the American spirit on the 4th, offering a special three-course 4th of July menu for $50 a person.

Nikki Beach Miami

It wouldn't be a party unless it was an all-day party at Nikki Beach, and this is no exception. The sand-filled club/restaurant/lounge will host its 4th of July party from noon to 11 pm. featuring a BBQ with 8 different types of burgers, plenty of booze and a "massive fireworks show."

Radio Bar South Beach

Looking for a late-night 4th of July spot? Then head to Radio where it'll get the party going at 10 p.m. with $7 Sailor Jerry specials and a late-night BBQ.

Rusty Pelican

With some of the best views in the city for fireworks, this restaurant is offering up a 4th of July themed menu to go with your firework watching. For $65 a person you can munch on dishes like strip steak and apple pie.

Shake Shack

The corndogs have returned! All weekend long the Shack's popular corn dog will be available along with its popular blueberry pie concrete.

Tamarina Restaurant

This chic Italian eatery is channeling its American roots on the 4th. From 4 to 9 p.m. it'll offer a family style BBQ with dishes like Pork Ribs and Mac and Cheese and unlimited Peroni Beer and Four Roses Bourbon. The meal is $56 a person.

The Barnacle Historic State Park

Have a throwback 4th of July picnic at the Barnacle. The family friendly event runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and allows guests to bring in their own picnic or buy some of the hot dogs and hamburgers for sale on site.

The Biltmore Hotel

A classic 4th of July spot in South Florida, you can dine one a three-course menu for $55 a person and take in the legendary fireworks on its golf course.

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