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River Oyster Bar Has Deals on Meals... and Wine

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Ever wondered what wine goes good with oysters? Well, Marita Leonard from the River Oyster Bar, just south of downtown Miami, will be happy to tell you. She gained her expertise in pairing wines to food by "drinking a lot, eating a lot, and reading a lot." Sounds like the kind of scientific research we could get used to. The River Oyster Bar is currently running several dollar-saving promotions that you can learn about only by calling 305-530-1915.

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