South Beach Wine & Food Festival

SoBeWFF's Grand Tasting Village: Freebies, Games, and Rum in a Coconut

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10. Enjoy a Gourmet Ice Pop

We know it's cold out, but Pop Labs all natural, dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan ice pops are the perfect way to cleanse your palate between all the savory bites. Choose from exotic combinations like coconut chai and pineapple basil or keep it traditional with dark chocolate, watermelon, or kiwi. And because it's chilly, you'll buy some time while they melt.

9. Rave at the Hard Rock Stage

If you at some point feel like you're an Ultra Music Festival, it's likely you're getting close to the Hard Rock stage. On the outside, dancers are rocking out to EDM. Might be a good time to do a little dance. But then you'll want to head inside where Hard Rock memorabilia fills the bar. Pretty sure you know what to do at a bar.

8. Olives from Spain

There are two types of people in this world -- those who love olives and those who hate them. If you fall in the latter category, then you might want to skip the olives from Spain booth. But if you're a lover of the briny spheres, then head here for some serious interactive education on why Spain's got the best olives. Make sure to bring a big purse because they're giving away cans for you to take home.

7. Spice things Up with Badia

For more freebies, head to the Badia booth and pick up some complete seasoning as well as tips on how to make your food more flavorful and full of sazon. One can never have too much seasonings in their pantry.

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Carla Torres found her inner gourmand voice while writing for Miami New Times in 2012. She has also worked with Travel & Leisure and Ocean Drive and today is involved with a tech startup. She balances passions for wine, sweets, yoga, and kayaking.