Fine Wining & Wining

Just sobering up from the holidays? Here's a way to stay drunk another month.

You might as well pass out -- I mean, sleep -- on the beach, since the following day brings a full program of wine seminars and tastings, and the evening offers a unique Sub-Zero/Wolf-sponsored Dinner Series: Nearly twenty different restaurants, ranging from Azul to Wish, will be hosting guest chefs and winemakers. It'd take up too much copy to list every attending celebrity chef, but here's a clue -- turn on the Food Network, write down everybody that comes on within a 24-hour time span, and you've pretty much got the lineup. The sad part about the dinner series, naturally, is that you can probably only manage to down (or pay for) one dinner, so choose carefully. But don't dwell on what you're not eating and drinking. Gluttony will rear its godly head on Sunday, when the Grand Tasting village is an encore to the Tribute Brunch.

Overindulgence leads directly to prayer, at least in my book. Not to mention Boca's book. And the Bacchus worshipper's datebook. The Boca Bacchanal, labeled "the biggest food and wine celebration since Caesar ruled Rome," reigns March 21-23, and I intend to pay homage. The events, which center around a world-class wine auction, benefit the Boca Raton Community Hospital and the Boca Raton Historical Society.

No one deserves to be so blessed.

Jeremy Eaton

Location Info


Azul Restaurant

500 Brickell Key Dr.
Miami, FL 33131

Category: Restaurant > Contemporary

Region: Central Dade

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