Short Order on Social Media: Your Source for the Wildest Times at SoBeWFF

Yesterday, the hordes invaded Miami Beach for 96 hours of drinking, eating, and schmoozing their way across the sand. The South Beach Wine & Food Festival (SoBeWFF) has finally arrived. And Short Order will be there to clue you in on the craziest, drunkest, most gluttonous moments of the weekend.

Past years have seen Paula Deen riding Robert Irvine like a horse, Anthony Bourdain planting an undercover operative in the crowd, and Debi Mazar battling security. These are moments you don't want to miss. Luckily, if you can't attend the festival or are too shitfaced to pay attention, you can follow Short Order for a real-time feed of all things interesting.

Whatever your social media pleasure -- Short Order is on it.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for all things SoBeWFF. We'll also be updating the blog in real time, so check back frequently.

Don't be afraid to say hello if you spot one of the Short Order crew out and about.

Also, if you're at the festival and happen to see Bobby Flay fall face-first in some foie gras, be sure to tag us in the pic. Our hashtag is #shortordermiami, and the official South Beach Wine & Food Festival hashtag is #SOBEWFF.

Finally, if you're hitting up the Grand Tasting Village, Short Order is helping make the madness even more interactive. Attendees will be able to vote for their favorite dishes via text -- so remember which ones you liked best.

See you out there, fellow foodies.

Follow Hannah on Twitter @hannahalexs.

Follow Short Order on Facebook , on Twitter @Short_Order, and Instagram @ShortOrder.

We use cookies to collect and analyze information on site performance and usage, and to enhance and customize content and advertisements. By clicking 'X' or continuing to use the site, you agree to allow cookies to be placed. To find out more, visit our cookies policy and our privacy policy.


Join the New Times community and help support independent local journalism in Miami.


Join the New Times community and help support independent local journalism in Miami.