Updates: Shake Shack, Bimini Boatyard, Dunkin’ Donuts, Morton’s, Pollo Tropical

 

Through May, Shake Shack, with locations in Miami Beach and South Miami, is offering guests who donate $2 or more to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign a card good for a complimentary hand-spun shake on their next visit; shakeshack.com.

Odel Arencibia, a veteran of South Florida restaurants including Burt & Jacks, Jackson’s Steak House and the Capital Grille, is the new executive chef at Fort Lauderdale’s Bimini Boatyard Bar & Grill.

South Florida Dunkin’ Donuts are treating teachers to 99-cent iced coffees through Friday; dunkindonuts.com.

Morton’s The Steakhouse, 2333 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, has added Saturday and Sunday lunch service; 305-442-1662.

Pollo Tropical has added grilled pineapple to its menu in the form of a chicken wrap ($2.99) and chicken salad ($6.99); pollotropical.com.

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