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$5 Harris Ranch Burger at Racks

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An eight-ounce hunk, forged from Harris Ranch Farms' antibiotic-free beef, with optional toppings such as bacon, fried egg, smoked mozzarella, Gorgonzola cheese...

As if that isn't enough -- and let's face it, nothing ever is -- Racks is also offering each couple a free quartino (third of a bottle) of Sonoma Vineyard Merlot as part of the same special.

Oh yeah, one catch: The deal only goes down on Wednesdays. Jeez, looks like you'll have to wait until next week.

Racks Italian Bistro & Market Intracoastal Mall, 3933 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach; 305-917-7225.

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