Beer, Wine & Spirits in Wilton Manors

Wok-Cooking Class for One or Two at The Heart of the Gourmet (Up to 51% Off)

The Heart Of The Gourmet

Pompano Beach

Wok-cooking class includes tapas samples, infused oil and balsamic, and a sample of a red or a white wine

$48.95 $25

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Two-Hour Scotch Tasting and Appetizers for One or Two from EventGeekUSA on Saturday, January 3 (Up to 80% Off)

EventGeekUSA

Oceanfront

Aficionados can spend two hours sampling scotch whiskey from six distilleries, listening to smooth jazz, and snacking on light fare

$149 $39

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

Wine by the Bay

Downtown Miami

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

$80 $41

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VIP South Beach Pub Crawl for One, Two, or Four from Pub Crawl Miami (Up to 51% Off)

Pub Crawl Miami

Miami

Knowledgeable guides lead guests to local hot spots to enjoy VIP admission, party favors, and drink specials

$25 $14

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Up to 54% Off Wine & Beer Education — Societ? Dante Alighieri; Valid Wednesday 4 PM - 7 PM

Societ? Dante Alighieri

Coral Gables Section

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

$65 $30

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$39 for a French Wine-and-Cheese Tasting for Two at The French Wine Merchant ($85 Value)

The French Wine Merchant

Floral Park

Cheese is paired with French wines from obscure microwineries; attendees can purchase the featured bottles at a discount

$85 $39

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Fernanda's International Market, a treasure trove of rare ingredients and made-to-order gourmet sandwiches, bakes robust breads and fine pastries. Among a troop of hearty sandwiches, the Martorano ($8.99) stands out for its spicy temper and muscular blend of sopressata and cappacola meats. The Churchill ($8.99) loads its taste gun with Branston pickle relish and fights hunger pangs on ham-coated beaches, cheddar cheese fields, and hot mustard streets. Fernanda's also sells prepared food by the pound and hard-to-find international groceries like Thai lemon grass.

3045 N Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

Montreal native Tony Bianco teamed up with executive chef Enzo Addario to create Hot Tomatoe, a traditional Italian bistro boasting a menu that brims with house-made, cooked-to-order pastas, flavorful meat dishes, and full- and light-bodied Italian wines. Their regional cuisine typically integrates up to seven essential ingredients—oil, garlic, basil, tomatoes, pasta, and olives—from which Snow White’s seven dwarves drew their names. In addition, the staff goes shopping for fresh ingredients three to four days a week to supplement both seasonal compositions and year-round dishes, which include veal parmigiana, filet mignon, and penne norma.

626 S Federal Hwy
Deerfield Beach,
FL
US

Anthony DeMaio and Domenick Falcione's culinary venture, Mojo, reflects the partners' shared ideology of providing a feast for all the senses. When Falcione isn't busy festooning the dining room's walls with his abstract mixed-media artwork, he dons an executive-chef hat and concocts the restaurant's menu of inventive international cuisine. In an interview with the Sun Sentinel, he describes his approach to art and cooking: "I believe food is a feast for your senses, eyes, nose, taste buds and your soul. For plate presentation, I use the colors and positioning of the food, which is similar to when I paint on the canvas."

Falcione creates these aesthetically pleasing dishes with organic grains and vegetables, Lock Duart salmon, free-range chicken, and local, seasonal ingredients. His entrees blend French, Italian, and Asian flavors and preparations, and his housemade desserts include the popular flourless chocolate-espresso torte.

His passion for beauty is also apparent when examining Mojo's sleek, ultramodern décor. Once guests enter the restaurant's stainless-steel doors, they're surrounded by crisp, white tables and chairs, striped teal banquettes, white orchids, and chandeliers adorned with rows of peacock feathers.

4140 North Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

15th Street Fisheries illustrates a key facet of the circle of life: you feed the fish, and the fish feed you. Every evening, guests head to the edge of the docks to feed schools of giant tarpon—fish that can grow up to 8 feet long—with shrimp from the nearby store. It's a feat made possible by the restaurant's location on the Lauderdale Marina, a hub for pedestrians and boats alike on the Intracoastal Waterway.

Floating above the silvery tarpon, yachts, fishing boats, and other charters pass in view of the upstairs dining room. The space resembles an upscale boathouse with eclectic seafood entrees to match. Start with a bowl of Bahamian-style conch chowder or shrimp and grits, then choose from an impressive list of prepared fish, including miso-glazed Chilean sea bass and pan-roasted black grouper. The Maine lobsters on the menu weigh 2 to 3 pounds, depending on how often they crawled ashore to go to the gym, but you can also order a spiny lobster tail with baby bok choy. Downstairs, the dockside café offers more casual fare and live music on weekends.

1900 SE 15th St
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

The bartenders at Off the Hookah play with fire. The world-ranked flair bartenders often incorporate pyrotechnics into the mixing of their cocktails. Even still, they?re competing for attention, working against a backdrop of gogo dancers, belly dancers, and other nightly entertainment. Meanwhile, in each location?s 14,000-square-foot lounge, patrons sit back and enjoy the venue-wide show while taking puffs from flavored hookah.

Of course, the lounge is not all atmosphere?at some locations is a menu of international delicacies, which draw inspiration from far-flung locales such as the Mediterranean and Japan. Family-style feasts of kabobs, seafood, and falafel complement a la carte options, such as hearty pastas and sushi rolls stuffed with tuna, eel, and soft shell crab.

300 Southwest 1st Avenue
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

Seventh Street Wine Company's shop and lounge puts 2,500 varietals at the fingertips of eager enophiles, thanks to Italian-made machines that dispense pours by the ounce. Guests simply swipe a drink card to gain access to pours from 20 global regions including California, Slovenia, and Uruguay. The shop's events supply more tasting opportunities, and its stock of bottled wines—ranging from reds and whites to dessert and rice—can be enjoyed at home with friends or adrift at sea with a thirsty whale.

701 S Federal Hwy.
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US