Sea-Sonal Eats

This time of year, anything and everything in South Florida should be done by the beach. We have great venues, fantastic restaurants, plenty of clubs, world-class museums, and a plethora of activities to attend to, but our greatest attributes are the Atlantic and the winter weather. Here’s your chance to make the most of both. On Saturday, the Galt Mile Wine & Food Festival is coming back around, and it’s bringing gourmet food and booze right to the sand. From 4 to 8 p.m., the strip will be taken over by fine wine, craft beer, spirits, small plates, and live entertainment. Expect to see local eateries like Tokyo Blue, Bokamper’s, Basilic, Bao Las Olas, Pronto Café, Giorgio’s, Gelato Petrini, Sidecar Kitchen, Greenbar & Kitchen, Another Broken Egg Café, the Roasted Fig Catering, and Kelly’s Landing. If you’re looking to bring home a piece of the action, the Retail Bazaar & Marketplace will offer unique gifts and products. And Classic Rock Therapy will be playing a wide range of rock hits for all generations. General-admission tickets cost $150 per person. The Galt Mile Wine & Food Festival takes place between 3351 and 3531 Galt Ocean Drive in Fort Lauderdale. Call 561-338-7594, or visit galtmilewineandfoodfestival.com.
Sat., March 7, 2015
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