Talk about an ice breaker. For the return of Showtime’s hit “Dexter” 9 p.m. Sunday, Steak 954 at the W Fort Lauderdale has scared up a treat in honor of their favorite Miami Police Forensics Expert/serial killer. The $9 Dexter-Inspired Dessert is crème brulee cheesecake with rhubarb compote, wild strawberry and graham cracker tuile, plated with blood-like spatter and gorily appropriate red hues. www.steak954.com
For the presidential elections (remember those?), Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach is serving cocktails to enjoy regardless if you’re Team Barack or Team Mitt. Any party can party with such all-American concoctions as the Filibuster, Lobbyist and Balanced Budget. Join your friends across the aisle and celebrate your right as an American to vote — and imbibe. www.edenrocmiami.com
Courteney Cox is channeling her inner interior designer. The actress is partaking in Curate for a Cause, a collaboration between Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation and JossandMain.com, a site known for home-decor flash sales. Cox’s hand picked pieces include fancy poster beds, Eames lounge chairs and vintage-looking throw pillows worthy of her own household. Through Oct. 9. www.jossandmain.com
Celebrity facialist Nuz Shugaa recently dished that she used Rodial Dragon’s Blood Sculpting Gel on Angelina Jolie to prep the superstar for a red carpet. The jetsetting mother of six relies on this stuff, sourced from the red sap of the “sangre de drago” tree in South America. Also known as the liquid face lift, DBSG has anti-inflammatory properties and replenishes hyaluronic acid. $95 at Nordstrom counters, www.Nordstrom.com.
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