Free Tickets to the Sept. 15th New Times Pairings: 40 Restaurants, 40+ Wines

​We're giving away another pair of tickets to the 4th Annual New Times Pairings, the foodie marathon on September 15th during which guests have the opportunity to meet chefs, graze, and sample a slew of wines, beers, and cocktails from around the globe. It's good eats, fun people watching, and an opportunity to get a little drunk, should you choose. 
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"We'll be pouring
a mix of old and new world wines," said Andrew Lampasone, proprietor of Wine Watch, who's pairing over thirty dishes with selections from the 3000 wines he has in store. Heads up for the Brunello pairing at Casa D'Angelo and a Montepulciano over at Hard Rock Casino's table, he said.

For $45 online and $55 at the door, diners can sample eats from 3030 OceanROK:BRGRHimmarshee Bar & GrilleYolo, Steak 954, and Bimini Boatyard, among the restaurants participating. Vote for the fan favorite and weigh in for best bites, best sweets, best overall, and best pairing categories. 

Fancypants can buy in for bigger pours, more elbow room, and early entrance for $80 a piece.

How to win free tickets?

In the comments, give us a lesson on how to boil water. Be as clever or scientific as you choose. And be sure to tell us what's cookin'. Please sign in with your email address so we can contact you when you win. (Congrats to this past week's winner, YourLilChef).

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