On Thursday, September 18 from 7 through 10 p.m., enjoy delicious food by some of South Florida's best places to dine, each paired with wines or craft beers.
Wine Watch is curating each wine pairing, and the featured beers are from Anheuser-Busch's craft beer portfolio that includes Goose Island and Johnny Appleseed hard cider.
More of a spirits person? Botran Rum; Jack Daniels; Herradura Tequila; and Stoli Vodka will sample their finest selections.
Some of the hottest restaurants in South Florida will be serving up their best dishes including Fork and Balls; YOLO; S3; 3030 Ocean; Chima Brazilian Steakhouse; and more.
Tickets for Pairings are $40 for general admission; $75 for VIP, which includes early admittance at 6 p.m and access to the special VIP lounge where you'll find a host of special wines, beers, cocktails, and live music. But hurry and take advantage of the special Voice Daily Deal and get GA tickets for only $20 each (that's half price for all you math junkies). You can buy up to four tickets at the special price for this 21 and over event.
To purchase tickets at the special "Deal" price, visit voicedailydeals.com. But hurry, because the offer's for a limited time only.
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