October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and South Florida’s vibrant restaurant scene is showing its support in a delicious and meaningful way. From Miami to Broward, restaurants are offering a variety of food and drink specials, with a portion of the proceeds going to support breast cancer research and patient care. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the remarkable establishments that are participating in this important cause.
Rosa Sky Rooftop
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month arrives, Rosa Sky is proud to participate by offering two special pink cocktails for just $10 each throughout the month. For every drink sold, we will donate $1 of the proceeds to the Pink Pumpkins Initiative, supporting the American Cancer Society.
Immerse yourself in the taste of elegance with their first creation, “Pink Lemonade,” a harmonious blend of E11even Vodka, Sparkling Rosé, Aperol, and a hint of lemon, all for $12. For those in search of a unique and captivating experience, “Penelope Pink,” priced at $13, combines Atian Gin, Sparkling Rosé, Blackberry & Sage, and a burst of citrus. These Cocktails will be available all month long. Rosa Sky will be donating it towards a charity of their choice.
Join us at Playa, Lincoln Road’s ultimate dining and imbibing destination, and drink pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Throughout October, we’re featuring a special cocktail called the “BCA Pink Daiquiri,” priced at $21. This delightful drink is made with rum, simple syrup, lime, and strawberry syrup.
But there’s more – when you join us for Happy Hour, Monday through Friday from 5 PM to 7 PM, you can enjoy our enticing selection of specialty cocktails, including the BCA Pink Daiquiri, at discounted prices. Sip and savor while you make a difference. Our Happy Hour menu also includes delectable bites to complement your libations, along with select wines and beers for just $7 during this special time. Whether you’re celebrating TGIF, enjoying Happy Hour, or simply looking to honor someone special, there’s no better way to show your support than by raising a glass for a good cause. Cheers to making a positive impact during Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
InterContinental Miami & Toro Toro
Miami’s iconic downtown hotel, InterContinental Miami, is going pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Visitors can follow the hotel’s interior pink lighting to Toro Toro, chef/restaurateur Richard Sandoval’s Pan-Latin steakhouse located on the lobby level of the property. Throughout October, Toro Toro is featuring the Pink La Bomba, a pink chocolate half sphere filled with cream cheese mousse, dulce de leche, strawberry ice cream, fresh berries, cookie crumbles and vanilla and berry sauce ($32). A portion of all proceeds from sales of the Pink La Bomba will be donated to BRCAStrong, a 501(c)3 non-profit that aims to support and alleviate the emotional and financial burdens of women facing breast cancer and ovarian cancer. For more information about BRCAStrong, visit www.brcastrong.org. Toro Toro is located at 100 Chopin Plaza in Miami. Advanced reservations at Toro Toro are encouraged and can be made on OpenTable – HERE. www.torotoromiami.com/; Telephone: (305) 372-4710
Lona Cocina & Tequileria
Drink pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month at Fort Lauderdale’s ultimate dining and imbibing destination Lona Cocina & Tequileria. During the month of October, Lona is partnering with Gran Centenario Plata Tequila to feature a specialty pink cocktail in support of Breast Cancer research. Sip oceanside in support of a great cause and enjoy the Pink Rose – Gran Centenario Plata tequila, Chareau Liqueur, guava and lime ($14) throughout October. For every Pink Rose purchased, Lona will be donating $4 to the Broward Health Foundation. Reservations are encouraged and can be made on OpenTable – HERE. Lona is located at 321 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd at The Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort. Discounted valet parking is available. For more information, visit www.lonarestaurant.com; Telephone: (954) 245-3069. Follow on Instagram: @lonarestaurantfll
Ocean Social by Chef Tristen Epps
Drink pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Ocean Social by Chef Tristen Epps, the signature restaurant at the iconic Eden Roc Miami Beach. During the month of October, Ocean Social is featuring the Pink Lady cocktail – Casamigos Blanco tequila, cranberry juice, agave and topped with prosecco – and will be donating a portion of all proceeds from sales to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Ocean Social by Chef Tristen Epps is located at 4525 Collins Avenue at the Eden Roc Miami Beach. For more information, visit www.edenrochotelmiami.com/ocean-social; Telephone: (786) 961-6043.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Cafe Inez, the picturesque cafe located inside the Eden Roc Miami Beach, will be offering a specialty themed dessert. During the month of October, guests can enjoy The Pink Ribbon made with Strawberry Mousse with Pink Guava Gelee and Toasted Macadamia Blondie ($8), and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Cafe Inez is located at the Eden Roc Miami Beach at 4525 Collins Avenue. For more information, visit www.edenrochotelmiami.com/dine.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and at Mau Miami, we’re joining the cause with two specialty pink cocktails. The “Pink Lady” features Brut, Rosé Liqueur, a splash of St. Germain, and club soda. Served in a martini glass with a pink sugar rim and garnished with rose petals, it’s a delightful choice. Our second pink cocktail, “Life Is,” is made with Indigo Gin, strawberry purée, lime juice, simple syrup, and topped with tonic water. Served in a wine glass and garnished with an orchid flower, it’s a true treat for the senses.
During Happy Hour, Monday through Friday from 6 PM to 8 PM, you can enjoy these remarkable pink cocktails at an unbeatable 2-for-1 special. It’s the perfect opportunity to sip and savor while supporting a worthy cause. And if you’re looking to enhance your evening even further, don’t miss out on our Happy Hour bites and exclusive $50 hookah special. There’s no time like the present to Drink Pink and give back. Cheers to spreading awareness, hope, and a touch of elegance with every sip!
Cheers for a cause this October at Pink Taco, the iconic rocker-chic Mexican restaurant located in the heart of Miami Beach. In spirit of breast cancer awareness month, Pink Taco invites you to indulge in a PinkTac’tober Menu featuring all pink menu items like the fan-favorite Something Pink Margarita, OG Pink Tacos, delectable Lobster Enchiladas, and Pink Taco Sundae for a sweet finalé. For every PinkTac’Tober menu dine, 5% of proceeds will be donated back to Breastcancer.org.
Founded in 2000 by renowned Breast Oncologist Marisa C. Weiss, MD, Breastcancer.org helps those affected by breast cancer make sense of complex medical information and empowers them to make the best decisions throughout both their medical and emotional journey. As one of the first breast cancer non-profits to incorporate digital into their patient outreach, Breastcancer.org focuses on education and awareness for young women and meets patients online through their blog, podcast, virtual support groups and online webinars.
Pink Taco will be offering the PinkTac’o O’tober menu October 1st- October 31st,in support of breast health.
MARKET at The Miami Beach EDITION
MARKET at EDITION, the 21st century food bazaar—part patisserie, part boulangerie, part salumeria, located at The Miami Beach EDITION invites you to sip in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For the month of October, immerse yourself in the delightful flavors of the Raspberry Hibiscus Mocktail, infused with Raspberry Hibiscus tea, blackberry syrup, lemon, sparkling water and beautifully topped with fee foam. For each Raspberry Hibiscus Mocktail purchased in the month of October, a percentage of proceeds will be donated to Susan G. Komen, aiding in their mission to invest in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer.
Baia Beach Club at Mondrian South Beach
Baia Beach Club, the tropical waterfront oasis located at the iconic Mondrian South Beach invites you to drink pink this Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For the entire month of October, sip on the frose and a portion of the proceeds will be donated back to Sylvester Cancer Center.
For the entire month of October, for each frose purchased at Baia Beach Club , a percentage of proceeds will be donated back to Sylvester Cancer Center.
Serena at Moxy Miami South Beach
Serena, the vibrant, lushly planted rooftop terrace at the lively Moxy Miami South Beach invites you to sip on fan-favorite pink cocktails in honor of breast cancer awareness. During the month of October, Serena will be donating a portion of proceeds to The Sylvester Cancer Center for the purchase of every Rosita La Margarita and Rosita Pero con Sass.
LPM Restaurant & Bar
LPM Restaurant & Bar, the French Riviera-inspired eatery in the heart of Miami, is joining the fight against breast cancer this October. They are offering a special cocktail called the “Papillon” for $18. Created by LPM Restaurant & Bar’s Barna Jeremias in collaboration with Cafe La Trova’s Andy Cabrera, this perfectly balanced cocktail features guava-infused Grey Goose, pear Grey Goose, guava and thyme syrup, rosé, and citric acid solution. For each Papillon cocktail purchased, $1 will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
SoBe Vegan, known for its modern twist on traditional American cuisine, is stepping up for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They’re offering two signature pink-themed cocktails and smoothies. Enjoy the Dragon Fruit Smoothie ($12.50) made with Dragon fruit, mango, pineapple, apple juice, lime juice, and banana, or the Dragon fruit Mojito ($15) featuring dragon fruit, mint, lime, and organic prosecco. A portion of the proceeds from these drinks will benefit a breast cancer foundation.
Okeydokey, Miami’s urban living space, is recognizing Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a pink twist on the classic cosmopolitan. The “Oh Miso Thorny” cocktail, priced at $17, includes vodka, lemon juice, raspberry syrup, ramazzotti rosato, and grapefruit juice. Sip on this perfectly pink cocktail at Okeydokey to show your support for breast cancer awareness.
Mayami, located in the heart of Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, is offering a unique way to contribute to the cause. Throughout October, Mayami will donate $1 for every cocktail purchased to the charity of their choice, the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation. Enjoy your favorite cocktail while making a meaningful contribution to breast cancer research.
BAOLI, known for its handcrafted cocktails, is featuring the “Muse” cocktail as a limited-time offering in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This refreshing pink-hued cocktail includes Belvedere Blackberry & Lemongrass, Giffard Lichi – Li, campari, a splash of lemon juice, and raspberry syrup. Sip on the Muse cocktail and join the fight against breast cancer.
Sugar Factory American Brasserie
Sugar Factory is showing its support for Breast Cancer Awareness with the extravagant ‘Think Pink’ Insane Milkshake for $21. This eye-catching treat is made with vanilla ice cream, white chocolate ganache, buttercream frosting, and adorned with a pink whirly pop, pink crystal sprinkles, and a Breast Cancer Awareness ribbon. Indulge in this delicious dessert and contribute to breast cancer research.
MILA, located on Lincoln Road, is offering a limited-time cocktail throughout October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The “MILA Paloma” is featured, and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Pink Luminous Advocacy Project, dedicated to breast cancer awareness and research.
Fontainebleau Miami Beach (La Côte, Chez Bon Bon)
La Côte: Oceanside rooftop bistro La Côte is offering a prix-fixe 3-course meal filled with select Mediterranean dishes for $55 per person in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 5% of total proceeds will be donated to Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s preferred charity.
Chez Bon Bon: Fontainebleau’s bakery, Chez Bon Bon, is serving pink pastries all month long to show support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Drift at 1 Hotel South Beach
Drift at 1 Hotel South Beach is partnering with Grey Goose to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They’re offering the “Gypsy Woman” cocktail, featuring Grey Goose pear, Flor Prosecco Rose, Lillet Rouge, lychee, and St. Germain elderflower. A percentage of proceeds from this refreshing drink will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Mehzcla at Balfour Hotel
Located in the heart of Miami Beach, Mehzcla at The Balfour Hotel is contributing to Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a special pink drink called the “Spiced Pink Paloma.” This delightful concoction is made with Sauza Tequila, grapefruit juice, Ancho Reyes, fresh lime juice, agave, and a touch of passion fruit liqueur. It’s garnished with a dehydrated lemon and a burnt thyme branch, offering a visual and flavorful delight. For every Spiced Pink Paloma purchased, $1 will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation to support the fight against breast cancer.
MaryGold’s by Brad Kilgore
Nestled within the stylish boutique Arlo Wynwood hotel, MaryGold’s by Brad Kilgore is known for its modern dining experience. This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the restaurant is serving the “Pink Panther” cocktail, which features Sipsmith Strawberry Smash Gin, Aperitivo Rosato, lime, strawberry purée, and condensed milk. A portion of the proceeds from each Pink Panther cocktail will be donated to the breast cancer cause, making it an ideal choice for those looking to enjoy a unique drink while supporting a crucial initiative.
Higher Ground, located at Arlo Wynwood, is Wynwood’s favorite spot for American eats, beers, and cocktails in a lush courtyard setting. To support Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Higher Ground is donating 10% of sales from its “Inca Orchid” cocktail. This pretty pink drink is crafted with Tres Generaciones, pisco, lime, lemon, and house-made chicha morada. By sipping on this refreshing cocktail, patrons can contribute to the fight against breast cancer while enjoying a vibrant atmosphere.
Voted “Best Asian Restaurant” multiple times by Fort Lauderdale Magazine, Casa Sensei combines Latin American and Pan-Asian flavors to create a unique culinary experience. This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Casa Sensei introduces the “Pink Sunrise” cocktail, featuring white rum, lime juice, mint, prickly pear, sugar, and soda water. A portion of the proceeds from this pink drink will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, allowing diners to enjoy a refreshing beverage while supporting a critical cause.
La Fuga, the coastal Italian eatery at Kimpton Shorebreak Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort, is hosting a “Sunkissed Soirée” on October 21st. This pink-themed event will include poolside fun, cocktail making, vendors, giveaways, and more. A portion of the ticket sales from the soirée will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation to support breast cancer research. Throughout the month, La Fuga will also serve the complimentary “Raspberry Limoncello” cocktail as a tribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Quarterdeck Seafood Bar & Neighborhood Grill, with multiple locations across Broward, is partnering with Chloe Wine Collection to raise funds for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They are offering a special “Rosé Sangria” made with Chloe Cares rosé, berries, and citrus. For each drink purchased, Quarterdeck will donate $1 to the Dolphins Cancer Challenge and the National Breast Cancer Foundation. For those who prefer pitchers, $3 will be donated with every purchase.
Whiskey Neat Cocktail Lounge
Whiskey Neat, an urban cocktail lounge with locations in Fort Lauderdale and Plantation, is also joining forces with Chloe Wine Collection to support breast cancer initiatives. Their limited-time “Pink Lady” cocktail, featuring Chloe Cares rosé, Tito’s vodka, honey, fresh raspberry, and lemon juice, is a delightful blend of sweet and tart. With each Pink Lady cocktail sold, Whiskey Neat will donate $1 to the Dolphins Cancer Challenge and the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
As October unfolds and Breast Cancer Awareness Month takes center stage, Miami and Broward’s restaurants are doing their part to contribute to this vital cause. Whether you’re craving a unique pink cocktail or a delicious dish, these establishments offer a flavorful way to support breast cancer research and patient care. So, why not raise your glass and savor a plate while making a meaningful difference this Pinktober? Your taste buds and your heart will thank you.