Miami is known for its diversity of colors. But during this month’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the main color is pink. Here’s some SoFla eateries doing their parts for the cure.
As part of its #Limitless campaign, InterContinental Miami partnered up with SeaStraws to raise funds through the sale of pink reusable straws everywhere in the hotel. Throughout October, at every touchpoint from check-in to check-out, guests will be reminded and encouraged to help raise funds to purchase FDA-approved scalp caps for breast cancer patients through Miami-based charity Robyn’s Rainbows.
Credit: InterContinental Miami
Pisco y Nazca (Kendall, Doral, DC)
Throughout October, Pisco will be serving Rosé Sour in every location. For each one of these cocktails sold, $1 will be donated to a national breast cancer foundation for research. Additionally, every staff member will wear a pink ribbon throughout the month, to show solidarity and encourage important conversations about health.
Credit: Pisco y Nazca
Bulla Gastrobar (Doral, Coral Gables)
Bulla Gastrobar is proud to serve a Rosé Sangria throughout the month of October and donate $1 per cocktail to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. In addition, all staff members will wear a pink ribbon throughout October to show further support.
Credit: Bulla Gastrobar
Planta South Beach
Planta South Beach is supporting the cause by giving proceeds from its Watermelon Agua Fresca and Mamey Soft-Serve to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. Ten percent of every purchase made during Breast Cancer Awareness month will go towards the foundation. There’s no better way to eat/drink than for a cause that works to cure cancer.
Credit: Planta South Beach
This year, Sugar Factory is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness by offering its ‘Think Pink’ Insane Milkshake. The milkshake is made with vanilla ice cream, white chocolate ganache, buttercream frosting, all topped with a pink whirly pop, pink crystal sprinkles, and the entire glass decorated with pink ganache, pink starbursts, and a perfect pink Breast Cancer Awareness ribbon. The Think Pink Milkshake will be available during the month of October at all Sugar factory locations and for every milkshake sold, Sugar Factory will donate $1 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Credit: Sugar Factory
The Confidante Miami Beach
The Confidante Miami Beach will offer guests and visitors Pink Flamingo Rosé in The Backyard, Bird & Bone and on the beach for $10 a glass and $38 a bottle. There will also be a Double Pink Froze cocktail with Pink Flamingo Rosé and Strawberry Puree ($16) available poolside. The Confidante will donate 10 percent of all profits from Pink Flamingo during the month of October to the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation. Additionally on October 17th, The Confidante will host a Style Swap with Fika Events in the Carmen Miranda Ballroom, and all profits will go to Florida Breast Cancer Foundation.
Credit: The Confidante Miami Beach
1 Hotel South Beach
1 Hotel South Beach is partnering with the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Throughout the month of October, when purchasing the Rosy Cheeks cocktail ($12) at DRIFT, the hotel lobby bar, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation.
Credit: 1 Hotel South
Swizzle Rum Bar & Drinkery (Miami Beach)
The popular rum bar is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness month by serving the ‘Mr. Pink’ cocktail. Swizzle Rum Bar will donate $1 for every cocktail sold to benefit the Susan G Komen Foundation. This pink cocktail is incorporated with Banks 5 island rum and Santa Teresa 1796 rum with Torres 10 Spanish brandy, spices, Swedish punsch campari, red rooibis tea, fresh lime and pineapple juice.
Credit: Swizzle Bar
Feature Photo Credit: 1 Hotel South Beach