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3030 Ocean's New "For The Love of Grape" Specials Every Monday

Let's face it, no one's happy to see Monday roll around. Not only is it the start of another long and grueling work week, but it's also a whole five days away from the next weekend of precious rest and relaxation (or all out partying and binge drinking, if that's what you're in to).

But what if there was something new to look forward to after that long first day back at work? Well, that's where Chef Dean James and 3030 Ocean come in.

3030 Ocean, located at 3030 Holiday Drive in Fort Lauderdale at the Harbor Beach Marriot Resort, is offering up an antidote for the Monday blues with their new "For the Love of Grapes" special.

Every Monday all bottles of wine will be 1/2 off from 6 to 10 p.m., and their extensive wine list ensures there is something for everyone with bottles starting at just $30 and ranging from Chardonnay to Merlot.

So now when Monday shows it's ugly face, don't huff and puff and stomp your feet, just head over to 3030 Ocean right after work and wet that palate. Just be careful, or Tuesday morning could easily become the new Monday!



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