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In Mexico, pre-Columbian religious traditions commingled with Catholic All Souls and All Saints Days and Western Halloween celebrations to form Dia de Los Muertos, or the "day of the dead." On this occasion, families remember the dearly departed with a variety of customs, including serving their favorite foods and leaving trinkets at graves.
On the streets of Miami, this beloved tradition is celebrated with a bar crawl that kicks off from Blue Martini. Revelers will then make their way to beloved spots around the neighborhood, enjoying drinks and complementary food samples, as well as live music from mariachi bands along the route.