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Charm City Burgers

is queuing up a pretty wicked summer deal. It's called "Who Said a $1 Can't Get You Far!" and it's running Friday and Saturday each week.

Basically, the badass burger joint will host live musical grooves from

9:30 p.m. to midnight.

During that time, you can dig on $1 sliders, $1 orders of Charm City's

great grilled wings, $1 off any of their badass crafty beers. Not a bad

deal at all.

• Check this out,Tweeters: New Times is holding its first Tweet-Up on June 11 at Trina in the Atlantic Hotel. Twitter fans (and fans of the paper, or food, for that matter) can sign up to attend here or by tweeting the twtvite URL. Comers will get free food and cocktails courtesy of the chic bar and lounge. Takes place from 7 to 9 p.m.

The Capital Grille's

George Miliotes is one of the world's few master sommaliers (there are fewer than 200 total). This summer, he's put together a pretty sweet

deal at the upscale steak-house chain. From June 7 through September 5,

Miliotes will offer a Master Winetasting at each of the restaurants.

The cost is $25 and gives you "generous pours" of up to 11 rare and

exciting wines. The first six weeks will feature selections from Napa

Valley, including a Bancroft Ranch Merlot; a Cabernet Sauvignon from

Sella & Mosca Marchese di Villamarina, and other Italian varietals;

and pinot noir and other varietals from the Villa Maria Cellar Selection of

New Zealand. The selection will change throughout the event, but the

price will not. Not a bad deal, especially at a restaurant that cellars more than 4,000 bottles.

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