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Phuc Yea Celebrates Local, Female Artisans with Collaborative Woman’s History Month Activations

Who runs the world? Girls! Phuc Yea – the modern Vietnamese mainstay located in the heart of Miami’s bustling MiMo neighborhood – is saluting women all month long with several activations in celebration of Women’s History Month. Beginning March 1, 2021, ladies dining in will receive a complimentary bottled cocktail to take home, “The Future is Female” – a unique riff on a classic El Presidente, this Cuban-inspired libation is made with brown butter-washed Bacardi 4, Ferrand, Dry Curacao, Tempus Fugit Gran Classico, Dolin White Vermouth, Buckspice, and Bitters. Ladies who post a cocktail selfie and tag @phucyea & @ani_emmmmm can enter for a chance to win a swag bag – winners will be announced weekly throughout the month of March.

Phuc Yea will also be inviting guests to support Miami-based women moving-and-shaking in the hospitality industry by offering an array of limited-time menu additions from the badass women at: Drinking Pig BBQThe Dumpling LadyPudding Parlor, and Bang Bang Bakehouse. In short, each of the aforementioned, female-owned pop-up concepts will be showcasing an original dish on the Phuc Yea menu through Wednesday, March 31. Menu items follow:

Drinking Pig BBQ
Chef: Yohanir Sandoval
Smoked Pork & Beef Sausage, sweet mint chutney, spicy mustard, pickled daikon

The Dumpling Lady
Owner: Dominique Hawit
Sesame Chicken Dumplings, Szechuan nuoc cham, black vinegar, scallion, cilantro

Pudding Parlor
Owner: Virginia Vich
Vietnamese Coffee Banana Pudding, chessmen butter cookies, fresh banana, cinnamon, coffee jellies

Bang Bang Bakehouse
Owner: Raquel Figueroa
Thai Tea Rum Cake with pecan streusel, boba pearls, Thai tea-infused rum syrup, and whipped cream

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For co-owner Aniece Meinhold, celebrating the power of women is personal – Phuc Yea’s humble beginnings as a “pop-up” concept paved the way for many up-and-coming female artisans in the Magic City. “Having a whole month to shift our attention and action toward female accomplishment is as important in 2021 as it was in 1921; especially after the year, we’ve had. We can’t celebrate the power of women without reflecting on the leaps we’ve made (and continue to make every day) toward gender equality and that’s what we want to hone in on with these activations. I look forward to shedding some well-deserved light on these talented women in our community who empower us to reach our full potential.”

Phuc Yea is located at 7100 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami. Dinner is served Wednesday through Saturday, 5 PM-10 PM, ‘til 9 PM on Sunday. Sunday Brunch is served from Noon to 3 PM. The restaurant is closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Abundant street parking is available.

Zulma Torres

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