Chef Joseph's Fabulous Wine Dinner at South Shores Tavern Is Wednesday Night

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Attending one of Chef Joseph's Fabulous Wine Dinners is just like having dinner at a friend's house -- presuming your host will regale you with a gourmet four-course feast and an array of fine wines and won't make you take an "exciting" tour of the remodeled master bath as a prerequisite to the meal.

Wednesday night, Chef Joe -- the master of the kitchen at South Shores Tavern and Patio Bar -- will present duck confit salad, pressed quail, Vietnamese-style short ribs, and bacon praline ice cream. Dinner is 6 to 9 p.m., and the cost is $39.95 per person, not including tax or tip. Spots are limited, and with the event date closing in, it's probably best to call to reserve a seat: 561-547-7656.

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