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WHAT'S NEW:
  • Karen MacNeil's TV series Food, Wine & Friends wins 2005 Emmy Award...
  • Francy Deskin of Mark's Las Olas wins Jean Louis Palladin Award...
  • Il Mulino New York slated to open at Acqualina, Sunny Isles...
  • Biscayne Wine Merchant Bistro Closes. Monday Lab nights survives
  • Tocororo Galleria Café opens in North Miami...
  • Wine Adventure, launches First wine magazine for women...
  • And More




THE BUZZ:

  • Fourth of July at the Biltmore...
  • Crêpes & Co's Special 4th Of July Prix Fixe Lunch And Dinner Special...
  • 13th Annual Mango Festival at Tropical Park July 9-10...
  • Bastille Day at Pascal's on Ponce...
  • La boite a Musique opens at Delano July 1st...
  • Bentley Beach Hotel offers Getaway Family packages...
  • And More





FOOD & WINE NEWS:
  • Flavors Of An Empire, The Art Of Peruvian Cuisine: July 28 To August 31, Sonesta Hotels...
  • New Summer Ceviche Menu At Joia, South Beach...
  • Legal Sea Foods Offers Gluten-Free Menus For Celiac Disease...
  • The Forge To Offer 50% Off Celebrated Wine List On Wine Sundays...
  • A Summer In Italy At Rino Balzano's Tuscan Grill, Fort Lauderdale ...
  • District Restaurant Lounge Presents Wine Down Wednesdays ...
  • "New Q" Summer Lunch Menu At Johnny V, Fort Lauderdale ...
  • And More
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Two Wonderful Releases from Napa Valley, California and one from Long Island, New York State::
Atlas Peak Sangiovese and Grgich Hills Zinfandel; And one from Long Island, New York State: Bedell Cellars Merlot.
Domaines Barons de Rothschild
raise the bar for local wines of Portugal with Quinta do Carmo Alentejo, a lush, full-bodied, ripe and unctuous mouthfeel.
Sylvain Pitiot,
one of the most talented winemakers in Burgundy crafts the legendary Mommessin/Boisset Clos de Tart Grand Cru
Tyrrell's Wines:
Great Shiraz, Chardonnay, No Screw Caps. The story of Tyrrell's Wines is inextricably linked to the story of wine in Australia. The fifth generation winemakers is producing food-friendly, award-winning, competitive priced wines
Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Rabaja.
Italians are very jealous and proud of their Barbaresco. The elegant, fine and graceful wine from Piemonte, Italy is where the nebbiolo grape attains greatness.

Olive Oils of Andalusia: The Gold of Spain On one of the balmy nights so typical of Seville; when the stars are almost eclipsed by the brightness of a moon crescent and the unbelievable Mediterranean sky is stabbed by the spiring silhouette of the Giralda Tower - a twelfth-century minaret topped by the Renaissance belfry of one of the largest Cathedrals in Christendom- I was pondering on the folly of the Conquistadors who had set sail 500 years earlier, leaving this beautiful, thriving city behind. The gold is right here: Spain is the largest exporter of Olive oils in the world and Andalusia produces 80% of all of Spain's olive oils. There are more than 260 varieties of olive trees in Spain - 200 of which are in Andalusia.





Miami: On The Waterfront. the magic of Waterside Dining Heaven is a waterside café where you can catch the last rays of the sun through the crease of the umbrella in your frozen drink.In Miami there’s something for every one: from the solitary No Name Harbor in Key Biscayne and the tourist-hopping Bayside Marketplace Downtown Miami, to the sexy stretch of South Beach’s celebrated eateries and sophisticated bars. Miami River Front spots, and Key West family-style bayside shack in Coconut Grove share a taste of the unusual with the remote Matheson Hammock Park’s Red Fish Grill.
LUXURY SPIRITS
Anyone you love enough to invest your dollars in the three digit range-receives a bottle of Cardenal Mendoza Non Plus Ultra from Sanchez Romate Hnos, Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz, Spain ($500) or a Nonino ÙE La Riserva dei Cent'anni ($400), by Orazio Nonino, a superior grappa from Friuli, Northern Italy, he will know you really mean well. For a long, long time, he will mellow thinking about you when he enjoys them as a luxurious after-dinner drink. For those of you who won't or can't, spend big bucks there's Cardenal Mendoza Solera Gran Reserva ($35) and Moet Hennessy USA new release: 10Cane Rum ($34).

HOT EVENTS:
4th of July celebrations...
13th Annual Mango Festival July 9 & 10th... And More And More

BRUNCH... And More
COOKING CLASSES: :
... And More

WINES CLASSES, TASTINGS.

Happy hours, Sunday brunches, Music & Entertainment.


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