I never understood how these "industry nights" work. I get the concept in theory - people who work in food and liquor business keep long hours and usually need to unwind late at night - but I don't get how it works in practice. Do you need to show a business card? Because most of the bartenders I know don't have business cards. I worked at a bar for a stint, and I never had a business card. So it seems like if you just tag along to one of these parties, there's no way someone's going to call you on your questionable "industry" status. Seems like a win-win.
Except you have to hang out with bartenders.
In any case, I like Brosia and they're launching a weekly Industry Night every Monday. It started yesterday (sorry, should have posted this sooner), here's more info:
From 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., this exciting new program offers patrons, with proper employment identification, 2-for-1 glasses of Brosia’s signature sangria, $3 beer specials, and specialty tapas by executive chef Arthur Artiles.
Brosia is located at 163 NE 39th Street, in the Miami Design District. (305) 572-1400.