South Eats

Stone crab, lobster, fish both local and fresh, South Florida is the friggin’ best. We get drunk and have good times, stomachs full, dressed to the nines. We dance in the party lights, just to work up our appetites. We drink a few rounds of red and a few rounds of white. Add shots of liquor. There’s no end in sight.

Not when the Miami Wine and Food Festival is here. So support Camillus House and United Way of Miami-Dade with your ticket purchases to events like Friday’s Todd English interactive dinner or Saturday’s Bubbles, Bids, and Bites live auction. Tickets start at $250. Visit miamiwinefestival.org.
Fri., April 23, 6:30 p.m.; Sat., April 24, 6 p.m., 2010

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Jacob Katel