Friday, June 22, 2018
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Where To Eat If You Love Tatas

I know most people think about Halloween when they think about the month of October, but what some don’t know is that October is also all about breast cancer awareness! Several South Florida restaurants are doing their part and donating proceeds to breast cancer organizations throughout the month. If you like healthy boobs, then be sure to check out these local vendors that are donating proceeds to the cause!

Blue Collar restaurant has gone balls to the all pink, even changing their name to Pink Collar for the entire month. As homage to Chef Daniel Serfer’s mother (who passed away from the disease), they have created a separate pink menu with proceeds going to Susan G. Komen. If you’re not interested in the items on the menu no worries, feel free to dine off the regular menu and leave money in their donation jar! Get all the details here.

Hip Pops Food Truck will be selling Pink POPs (strawberry gelato with fresh strawberries) all month long. 100% of the proceeds from the Pink POPs will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation in honor of Chef Daniel Serfer’s mother. Find out where they’ll be all month by checking their calendar, here.

Every Tuesday at Rocco’s Tacos is known as ‘Taco Tuesday” and in October, a percentage of the all-you-can-eat festivities will be donated to Susan G. Komen. For $15 you get all the tacos your little heart desires (or as much as your stomach can handle!) Find out all the 411 here.

Local food trucks are joining forces with Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino by hosting Pinktober Rocks. Get your hottest pink shoes out! They’ll have a pink shoe contest, pink fashion show and a sunset lighting ceremony. All proceeds are benefiting the Breast Cancer Center Fund at Memorial Foundation. Get all the details here.

Feeling fancy and want to support the cause? Bueno, then head over to the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach. Three of their restaurants are participating in ‘Bleau Goes Pink.’ Gotham Steak, Hakkasan and Scarpetta will all have a $45 fixed price, 3-course dinner menu in which a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Susan G. Komen Foundation. These ‘Dinner for the Cure,’ menus will be available Sunday-Thursday through out the month of October. Be sure to have an extra $12 on hand for validated valet parking!

If you love tetas, love the women in your life and/or love to eat out, then be sure to support these local events and businesses!

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