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WHAT'S NEW:
Mosaico/Salero, an enclave of quintessential Spanish joie de vivre in the heart of Brickell, a Larry Harris concept with chef Jordi Vallès at the helm of the culinary team... Chef Steve Marsella brings superb food to Joia in South Beach; Theine, a quaint Tea Shop and Salon gives a jolt to cafecito-driven Coral Gables. Yuca has returned to Coral Gables with traditional Cuban cuisine ...
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THE BUZZ:
At Gardner's Markets, Susie Franco is new Food and Wine Program Director… Wine Wednesdays at Mundo in Coral Gables… Ryan Brown is Chef at Sol Kitchen in Delray Beach ...
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FOOD & WINE NEWS:
Beat the Clock from $5 to $7 at Spris in Coral Gables… Mandarin Ortiental, Sonesta Hotels pamper Dads and their Graduate kids in June… Monday Laboratory Night at Biscayne Wine Merchants And More











Loire Valley Wines::
The diversity of "terroirs," climates and grapes is staggering, and the styles of wine change accordingly. One common trait is their refreshing acidity, and no matter how magnificent, they are food-friendly wines meant to be enjoyed young.
Funny Labels For Serious Wines: The Traditions of French Burgundy with American Irreverent Labels at Rutz Cellars, Russian River, California.

Beyond Pinot Grigio::
When most people think of Italian white wines, Pinot Grigio is all that comes to mind. If we can get past the "Griggy" there is a whole world of beautiful, aromatic wines to be found around Italy. As summer approaches, this is a great time to discover some of Italy's amazing whites: Tocai Friulano, Soave from Veneto, Gewürztraminers from Trentino-Alto Adige
GREAT WINES UNDER $10::
THREE THIEVES 2002 NAPA VALLEY CABERNET SAUVIGNON. This 100% Napa Valley California jug wine with a screw cap is great for everyday drinking or summer entertaining. If serving wine from a jug turns you off, you can always pour it into a decanter before bringing it to the table.



GENOA TO HOST SLOW FISH 2004
While multinational corporations make a tidy bundle plundering the waters as if there's no tomorrow, the sea is not an inexhaustible source of food. To arouse interest in the delicate marine ecosystem and to draw attention to the cultural side of gastronomy, Genoa and the Ligurian Regional Authority are hosting this week ( June 4-7), Slow Fish 2004, the first international Slow Food event dedicated to the world of seafood.
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HOT EVENTS:
Saturday, June 12, 2004, 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. The 13th Annual Feast Among the Grapes , in benefit of the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, at Parrot Jungle. And More

FATHERS' DAY BRUNCHES, SUNDAY JUNE 20 Pamper the Dad in your life. Book a table for brunch this Sunday at one of these Brunch locations. And More
COOKING CLASSES: :
Free cooking classes at Burdines-Macy's The Cellar ... Interactive Cooking classes with Chef Michelle Bernstein at Azul And More

WINES CLASSES, TASTINGS.

Happy hours, Sunday brunches, Music & Entertainment.


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