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Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival: Get Half-Priced VIP Tickets

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The Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival takes over Miami Circle for two days of good food, great wine, and entertainment.

On Saturday, March 23, and Sunday, March 24, from noon to 10 p.m., more than 40 local restaurants will entice you with their fare as you sample hundreds of fine wines and spirits -- all overlooking the Miami River.

Participating restaurants include China Grill, SuViche, Toscana Divino, Atrio, Machiya Ramen Noodle House, Baru Urbano, and the Oceanaire, to name a few. More restaurants are being announced daily.

You'll also enjoy a free kids' zone, live entertainment (including an international concert), and interactive vendors and artists.

General admission tickets cost $10,

but VIP is the way to go with admission to the event one hour early, a

VIP glass of champagne served in a keepsake flute, total

access throughout the festival, a coupon booklet to sample on-site

restaurants, a goodie bag (while supplies last), the official 2013 festival poster

signed by the artist, unlimited wine and fine-spirits tastings, and

gourmet product samplings.

Plus, if you go VIP on Sunday, you'll

have access to the famous Fifty afterparty. VIPs will also have the

unique opportunity to partake in winetasting sessions and culinary

presentations.

VIP

tickets normally cost $125, but Voice Daily Deals is offering these

tickets for less than half off for a limited time. Purchase VIP tickets

to the Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival for only $60 through

this special offer. Just visit voicedailydeals.com to purchase (and be sure to choose which day you want to attend), and in a

few short weeks you'll be sipping wine and listening to great

music with a waterfront view.

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