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Important Tips to Help You Survive SOBEWFF 2019

It’s officially here — South Beach Wine and Food Festival has arrived for its 18th year and is spanning across way more than just South Beach with several activations all over the city and even in Fort Lauderdale. For some it’s one of the most thrilling week’s of the year, and for others it’s a new experience all together.

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Saturday Sweets: Where to Find Sweet Eats at This Year's South Beach Wine and Food Festival

In less than a week from now Food Network & Cooking Channel’s South Beach Wine and Food Festival will be taking over South Beach and even parts of Fort Lauderdale. No meal is complete without something sweet — we’ve got your guide to the sweetest eats during SOBEWFF.

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VeritageMiami Kicks Off 2019 Season Next Week

Celebrating its 23rd year, VeritageMiami, presented by City National Bank, will host 2,500 food, wine, beer and spirit aficionados from across South Florida to eat, drink and unite – all to benefit United Way of Miami-Dade. VeritageMiami showcases top sommeliers, incredible chefs, prestigious wines, breweries and an impressive lineup of auction lots.

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Travel Thursday: Brightline, Downton Abbey and High Tea

You’ve seen the brightly colored trains zipping by, headed North to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, but have you considered taking a day out of Miami that requires no car and no traffic? Go Brightline is the answer and today’s Travel Thursday Travel Bites.

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Weekly Nibble: Four Ways To Celebrate National Pie Day in Miami

Did you know National Pie Day started in the mid-1970s after some guy (a nuclear engineer who loved pie) decided to call his birthday (January 23rd) National Pie Day and eventually within the next decade it became sponsored by the American Pie Council as an official holiday?

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Weekly Nibble: Whiskey Tastings, Full Moon Parties, Ladies Night Offerings, and More

It looks like 2019 is shaping up to be a busy year in the Magic City. The month of January brings back some favorites like Matador Bar’s Pizza and Pineapple nights, new happy hours at Root & Bone, Azabu, and El Cielo, and whiskey tastings with some of our favorite brands. Check out some of what’s going on around town over the next couple of weeks.

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Saturday Sweets: Second Annual Ice Cream We Love Event Benefiting Holtz Children's Hospital

The second annual Ice Cream We Love at Bal Harbour Shops took place this past weekend and it was a sweet event.  Jackson Health Foundation, the fundraising arm of Jackson Health System, has partnered with Bal Harbour Shops once again to host this fun-filled weekend to benefit patients in need at Holtz Children’s Hospital. If you missed the event, you can always make a donation to Holtz Childrens Hospital here.

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Weekly Nibble: How To Spend New Year's Eve In The Magic City

As we enter the last few days of 2018, many of us are looking back on all the delicious meals we’ve had throughout the year and are wondering what our last bites will be before entering the new year. New Year’s Eve is approaching quickly and time is running out to make plans. Whether you’re looking for a low key dinner or an over the top party with a killer DJ, there’s definitely something going on in the Magic City that’s right up your alley to ring in the new year.

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Saturday Sweets: The Wynwood Yard Hosts A Sweets Social

Next weekend, The Wynwood Yard will be hosting its first ever Baker’s Dozen: A Sweets Social, following the highly popup Ice Cream Social from previous years. This sweet event shines the spotlight on thirteen of Miami’s talented bakers from world-class pastry chefs to up-and-coming culinary entrepreneurs, dessert masters and dream makers, on December 15th from 3:00 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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Chef Richard Hales: March of Dimes Chef Culinary Captain

As Culinary Captain for next Wednesday November 7th 21st Annual March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction event, Chef Richard Hales will be joined at the Paradise Plaza Event Space in the Design District by more than 15 local chefs who have donated food and their time in support of The March of Dimes, the non-profit organization that works on funding research for the prevention of birth defects.

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