South Beach Wine & Food Festival

Last Minute Gift for Your Fave Foodie: New Times' Short Order Party Pass

The Christmas countdown is reaching its grand finale. With mere hours left to shop, you better make with the hustle to avoid being empty-handed on the big day.

And if you're looking for something to satisfy a fellow foodie, Short Order has partnered with the South Beach Wine and Food Festival to create a custom package specifically for our readers. (Don't you feel special?) Access to this all-star lineup will make one hell of a stocking stuffer for your favorite drinker and eater extraordinaire.

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The package includes one ticket to each of the following events:

- Moet Hennessy's The Q After Dark with special guest chef Curtis Stone: Mix, mingle and imbibe with everyone's favorite Australian heartthrob.

- Garden to Glass hosted by Emeril Lagasse featuring Bar Lab Cocktails & My Ceviche: Custom concoctions and fresh-caught ceviche? BAM!

- Taste & Toast with Target: Take a trip to 50s Havana with salsa, cocktails and eats by Ingrid Hoffman.

Seriously, you'll outshine Santa with this one.

The New Times' Short Order Party Animal Pass runs $285 and can be purchased online. So cross that last person off your list and make with the eggnog already.

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