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DOWNTOWN MIAMI — Popular burger and beer spot, 180 Degrees at DRB (501 NE 1st Avenue), is officially closing up its doors after this weekend. According to the Miami New Times, the restaurant was given only 36 hours notice to close up shop as its landlord wanted to use the space for a leasing center in the Downtown area’s booming real estate market. But it plans to go out with a bang, offering an all you can eat package for $25 and all you can drink option $25, or eat and drink “till you’re full” for $45, from now through Sunday brunch — but bring those dollars as the deal is available cash only.
NORTH MIAMI — Mignonette’s (13951 Biscayne Blvd) Uptown outpost closed up shop last month. According to an email from its owner Danny Serfer, “unfortunately, not enough people were coming to visit” the location, but “we are very proud of what we did there. The staff both front and back worked hard and put out great food and service.” The Edgewater location remains open.