New Times Pairings Announces More Restaurants

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Pairings, the annual celebration of South Florida food and fine wines, storms the Broward County Convention Center on Thursday, September 26.

From 7 to 10 p.m., south Florida's finest establishments will serve up choice offerings paired with the perfect wine to accompany each morsel. Each wine is carefully curated by Wine Watch.

The event will also feature live entertainment, crafted cocktails featuring rums of Puerto Rico, and craft beers provided by Tap 42, Goose Island Beer Company, and Budweiser.

Every day, we're adding on more restaurants to our list for your enjoyment. To whet your taste buds, check out the list of participating establishments and check back often for updates:

3030 Ocean Bravo Ristorante Bimini Boatyard Broward Center Catering Café Maxx Café Vico Casa Frida Christina Wan's Mandarin House The Daily Melt El Jefe Luchador The Gelato Shoppe Petrini La Santina Wine & Tapas Mancini's Modern Italian Rebel House SAVOR at BCCC Sea Level Sette Bello Smokey Bones BBQ & Grill Steak 954 Tap 42 General admission tickets are on sale now for only $45, which includes unlimited samplings of food, wine, specialty cocktails, craft beer, and live entertainment. VIP tickets are $80 and include access to the party at 6 p.m. for an extra hour of frolicking and food and entry to the exclusive VIP lounge. Purchase tickets at microapp.browardpalmbeach.com/pairings/2013.

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