Reanimate yourself with these Day of the Dead cocktails

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Reanimate yourself with these Day of the Dead cocktails

Halloween Hot List

Whether you’re just emerging from your quarantine caverns or looking to maintain social distancing; Stepping out of your home in the midst of this pandemic can be an incredibly haunting suggestion. But have no fear! Mask up, and join us as we round up the best places in South Florida to get your foodie fix this Halloween.

Nikkei Wednesday’s From the heart of their signature interior that fuses Tokyo urban aesthetics with Miami’s tropical vibe and electric atmosphere, comes two festive and eerily perfect culinary experiences that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand in excitement as we sneak our way into Halloween Season.
Chotto-Matte is giving you a much-needed reason to smile this month, leading the duo with 50% off your bill! On Wednesdays, Guests can order from the Nikkei sharing menus, a culinary journey of Chotto’s favorites, or any signature dishes from the a la carte menu.

“We want to let our guests know that it’s safe to enjoy a night out!” said a Chotto-matte Spokesperson. Adding, “Nikkei Wedsndays launches October 1st and we are promising the same quality menu items for a fraction of the price including our Spicy Tuna Crispy Rice”

Additionally, Guests can decide between the all-time favorite Nikkei Gyoza, the Pollo den Miso, or a selection of their well-crafted sushi rolls. While the deal does exclude alcohol, Nikkei Wednesday Nights at Chotto Matte promises to be a decided distraction during the middle of your week

Day of the Dead

To follow, Chotto-Matte will be transformed into a traditional shrine on October 31st, to commemorate those who have passed. To celebrate the past and present Chotto-Matte will be offering a two-for-one “haunted hour” all night long featuring themed cocktails complimented with La Adelita Tequila.

The special menu includes festive libations;

Deadly Spice made with La Adelita Tequila Blanco, passion fruit puree, St Germain, agave, lime juice, jalapeño, cilantro leaves, pinch of tajin ($14),


Shiso BOO-zy La Adelita Tequila Blanco, pineapple juice, yuzu lemon, agave, egg white, basil leaves, shiso leaves, edible flower, wasabi ($16),


Vampire Ritual La Adelita Tequila Reposado, Chambord Liqueur, passion fruit puree, lime juice, agave, filthy cherries, lemon twist ($18),


Soul Taker La Adelita Tequila Reposado, Del Maguey Mezcal Vida, demerara syrup, orange bitters, Angostura bitters, orange peel ($14), as well as


Soul of the Dead Dover sole tempura, ama su ponzu, red onion salsa ($45, serves two).

For more information visit the website: chotto-matte.com/miami/ When: Saturday, October 31st at 7 p.m.
Where: Chotto Matte, 1666 Lenox Ave #1664, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: 305-690-0743