La Bodeguita Meat Market encourages budding oenophiles to entertain and refine their palates during weekly wine-tasting events. Sommeliers in training can swirl, sniff, and savor unlimited samples of five preselected varietals, noting their unique flavors, aromas, and hair-dying capabilities. A maximum of 50 customers per tasting cultivates a small-group atmosphere and ensures grapes don't feel overwhelmed by the scrutiny. Although not included with this Groupon, snacks are available for purchase during the event. Call ahead to make a reservation.
Dr. Michael J. Cohen oversees Miami Lakes Family Chiropractic as well as the spines of players for sports teams such as the Colorado Rockies and the Washington Nationals. Dr. Cohen—or Dr. Mickey, as he likes to be called—puts his years of experience to the test by fighting issues such as herniated discs or spinal disappearance. He leads his team as they perform manual adjustments and decompressions, or offer full-body vibrations and cervical traction.
Gaucho Ranch's beef comes straight from the grassy lowlands of Uruguay, where cattle roam free like bovine bikers in search of the meaning of life, while gauchos, the traditional South American cowboys, whisper sweet nothings into their ears. Fed on natural grass and clover, these cows will later magically turn into rib-eye steaks ($59.98 for four 12 oz. steaks), burgers ($7.89 for a lb.), and picahna ($43.02 for three lbs.) with lower cholesterol, lower fat, and more beta-carotene, omega-3, and vitamin E than cuts of beef from cows gorging on corn feed or leftover pizza.
The Cheese Course pampers dairy devotees with a thoughtfully constructed catering menu of delectable comestibles. Please party-goers with a small platter of sandwiches for six to eight, garnished with imported olives and served on a reusable tray ($54.95). Start some heart-healthy hullabaloo with a fresh fruit bowl and a crunchy crudité tray (both cost $49.95 and serve 10–12), or satisfy fortunate mouths with the company's titular cheese course—a cultured collection of three cheeses, a freshly baked baguette, and fresh fruit ($39.95). Regardless of which grainy goods and pasteurized pleasures you desire, The Cheese Course will have them prepped, arranged, and ready for noshing within 24 hours' time.
When it comes to receiving cosmetic treatments, knowing a board-certified surgeon is at the helm can make patients feel at ease. When it’s four board-certified surgeons, even the strongest of worries are set at ease. Doctors Stephanie Stover, Richard Lung, Mario Reyes-Serrano, and Wendell Perry of Imagenes Cosmetic Center erase the effects of gravity by combining their experience in general, plastic, and reconstructive surgery in a supergroup of surgeons, complete with flowing capes and meteor-powered stethoscopes. Several of them are bilingual, and they all believe in creating the most natural results possible with such techniques as tightening the inner tissues of the face during a facelift to avoid a “windswept” look and lifting eyelids without changing a patient’s natural eye shape.
Global Liquors stocks waiting wet bars and larders with a spectrum of spirits and gourmet noshes. A specialty cellar keeps an array of international wines at their ideal temperature, ensuring that the 2008 Tabali Reserve chardonnay ($17.99) and peppery Argentinean Navarro Correas Alegoria malbec ($19.50) age gracefully and don't catch colds. Invest in a sleek black bottle of Ty Ku sake ($17.99), or craft sophisticated cocktails out of spirits such as Tito's Handmade Vodka ($19.99). A feast of refined spreads and snacks awaits its perfect cocktail pairing in a delicatessen featuring notable noshes including Woolrich Dairy's triple-créme goat brie ($6.89) and the smoky lemon zing of Icelandic Stromluga herring caviar ($4.99). Global Liquors hosts weekly tastings during which patrons may wander amid wooden shelves teeming with bottles as they sip spirits, taste new noshes, and play Pin the Cork on the Bottle.