Happy hour is the best hour, and now, Miami Design District is giving us two more wonderful ways to celebrate it this Spring. 

If you’re in the mood to sip, savor and sway to some good tunes, Estefan Kitchen—the newest addition to the MDD’s hot-and-trendy block—is the place to do it. Its newly launched happy hour features items like Handmade Croquetas, Baked Cuban Empanadas, the restaurant’s World Famous Mojitos, plus wine, beer and cocktails, all available from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. every weekday.

Also, Estefan Kitchen's co-owner, 19-time Grammy© Award-winning producer Emilio Estefan, has also launched a Performance Series to coincide with its Friday night happy hour. Open to the public, this weekly series will showcase some of Miami’s brightest and hottest musical talent. Having kicked-off with a Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) pop-up concert on April 7th, the trend will continue with acts like an 80’s and 90’s “Retro Night” with Project Soul, Grammy©-Award winning trumpeter Brian Lynch with his Afro-Caribbean Jazz Ensemble, The French Caravan quintet, Cachao Mambo All-Star Orchestra and Emily Estefan.

For something a little more classic, look no further than a Miami Design District staple, Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink. Taking place from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. every weekday at the bar, this food-friendly Genuine Happy Hour lets you pair your half-off drinks, wine and beer with half-off snacks, including standout plates like Crispy Pig Ears with chile and lime, Thick Cut Potato Chips with pan-fried onion dip, and homemade Falafels with tahini sauce and pickles. So go hungry, and leave… very happy.