Tomorrow, September 18, New Times' Pairings gets under way at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. From 7 to 10 p.m., the gorgeous center, fresh off a multi-million dollar remodel, will host South Florida's best restaurants, all showcasing their finest dishes.
Plus, each dish has been carefully paired with a wine or craft beer by experts for your maximum enjoyment pleasure (because you simply can't eat your short rib with a diet root beer, now can you?).
Restaurants include heavy hitters like 3030 Ocean and Cafe Maxx, as well as exciting new additions like Fork & Balls. Plus, Stoli, Botran Rum, Jack Daniel's, and Herradura will serve up their fine spirits.
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. You can buy up to four tickets at the special price for this 21 and over event. But hurry! This deal is only available until midnight tonight!
To purchase tickets at the special "Deal" price, visit voicedailydeals.com.
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