Beer, Wine & Spirits in Allapattah

Wine-Tasting Class for Two or Four at Wine by the Bay (Up to 53% Off)

Wine by the Bay

Downtown Miami

$80 $41


Wine and art boutique hosts tastings of top-end Italian and Californian wines paired with cheeses, olives, and other snacks

In-Home Wine Tasting for Four or Eight with Complimentary Bottle of Wine from PRP Wine International (Up to 87% Off) 

PRP Wine International

Redeem from Home

$150 $19


Wine consultants travel to homes, pouring samples from four or six different bottles for small groups

Up to 53% Off Wine & Beer Education — Societ? Dante Alighieri; Valid Wednesday 4 PM - 7 PM

Societ? Dante Alighieri

Coral Gables Section

$65 $30

Two-hour courses held every Friday at 7 p.m. explore varietals from around the world, imparting pairings with food and sweets

VIP South Beach Pub Crawl Admission for One, Two, or Four from Pub Crawl Miami (Up to 61% Off)

Pub Crawl Miami


$25 $11


Knowledgeable guides lead guests to four Miami hot spots to enjoy free drinks and admission, party favors, and drink specials

Wine Tasting for Two or Four, or Private Tasting for Up to 12 at Massó Estate Winery (Up to 57% Off)

Massó Estate Winery


$70 $35

Grapes grown in Northern California's Santa Helena hills make a variety of world-class fine red wines

Two-Hour Pub Crawl for One or Two Seats on a 15-Person Bike from Cycle Party (62% Off). Two Options Available.

Cycle Party

Downtown Fort Lauderdale

$39 $17

Up to 15 people hop aboard a pedal-powered quadracycle during the two-hour crawl that includes drink specials

$59 for a Craft Beer- or Wine-Tasting at Schnebly Redland's Winery & Miami Brewery ($132.95 Value)

Schnebly Redland's Winery & Miami Brewing Company


$132.95 $59


Tour of brewing and winemaking facilities precedes sips of ales, malts, and IPAs or wines with notes of tropical fruit

Boutique Wine with Infused Oil, Balsamic, and Tapas Tasting Class at The Heart of the Gourmet (50% Off)

The Heart Of The Gourmet

Pompano Beach

$40 $20

Boutique wine, infused olive oils, balsamic vinegars, and other tastings introduce palates to new flavor combinations during class

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Seasonal beers like Becks Oktoberfest and Shock Top Pumpkin might rule this Bavarian-themed bash, but Miami Octoberfest has plenty of other attractions to offer. The full-day festival at Marlins Park keeps crowds entertained with a zipline, ferris wheel, and other carnival rides and games, as well as DJs and live music. Between forays to the dance floor, guests can refuel with generous portions of German food.

501 Marlins Way

In the 13 years since it was founded, the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival has grown into a four-day destination event featuring some of television's best-known chefs and eaters. The lineup always offers tons of educational seminars, tastings, demos, and dinners?and this year is no different. From February 20 through 23, the beach sizzles with celebrities such as Anne Burrell, Bobby Deen, Rachael Ray, and Robert Irvine.

2520 NW 2nd Avenue

At Downtown Soccer Miami's two outdoor mini fields, players of all ages can practice and show off their skills with youth and adult leagues, training, pick-up games, and tournaments. The brightly lit, grassy pitches accommodate up to two matches at once, hosting after-work pick-up games. Corporate leagues help co-workers build cohesion and office-supply-punting skills.

444 NW 5th St

The best-selling German beer in the world, Beck's helps Fort Lauderdale celebrate Oktoberfest by rolling out their barrels of new and classic draft brews. Selections included Beck's Pilsner, Beck's Premier Light, Beck's Dark, Beck's Oktoberfest, and Beck's Sapphire. In addition, the VIP Tent features beers from the Goose Island Vintage collection. All of these keep Oktoberfest-goers quenched as they explore the fairgrounds, which showcase electronic music, local cuisine, and seasonal lederhosen.

1749 NE Miami Ct #213

Mealtime at Time for Wine is a bit like piecing together a puzzle. Guests scour the menu of Spanish-style tapas, and then they select a sampling of both hot and cold dishes that pair well with their preferred wine. The options are plentiful, with rich manchego cheese cutting through the acidity of the house's red wine, and stuffed olives offering a salty counterpoint to the subtle sweetness of the caprese panini. Though many dishes feature meat, such as the ham croquettes and the chorizo sautéed in red wine, vegetarians can easily find meat-free alternatives such as eggplant-and-bell-pepper spread and fried chickpeas.

2200 NE 2nd Ave

There are two approaches to ordering at miniBAR. You could poll your tablemates for a consensus on passable edibles, allowing everyone to try a bit everything, or just order one of everything, allowing everyone to truly try everything. The menu consists of small servings of sandwiches, pizzas, pastas, salads, sweets, and more. There are mini sandwiches, such as the roasted tomato, olive spread, feta, and spinach ($4), and sliders such as the beef, bleu cheese, and arugula ($5). Choose from a variety of inherently sharable pizzas such as the hummus, kalamata olive, and red onion ($6), or snack on bite-sized tortellini bites ($4), papas rellenas ($5), or truffle fries with parmesan ($5). Accompany your lightly filling meal with a few stimulating beverages from the bar. Sip on red and white wine by the glass ($6–$8), local and micro-brews by the pint ($5–$12), and sake by the bottle ($36), as well as a variety of other beverages, both alcoholic and non.

3622 NE 2nd Ave