Taste of Brickell Coming March 26

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​We Miamians just can't get enough of these food festivals, huh? Sharpen your knives and shine your spoons because on Saturday, March 26, we've got another new one popping up: Taste of Brickell. Over 50 local restaurants and vendors will be shoveling out samples at 1201 Brickell Bay Drive (that's between The Mark and The Jade) from noon to 10 p.m., including the new Boiler House, Truluck's, Chophouse, Kosta, and Cittadeli.

Festivalgoers can also expect a live concert (starting at 1 p.m.), cooking demos, a kids' zone, art expo, and, yes, a wine garden tasting tent. Tastings begin at noon so you'll have plenty of time to digest your breakfast before the sampling onslaught.

The entrance fee will be $5, with food and liquor tickets being sold for $1 each. A portion of the proceeds will be benefiting Kristi House, a Miami charity helping child victims of sexual abuse and their families, so eat up!

For more information, call 786-355-4800 or click here.

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