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South Florida Food and Drink Events This Week: Pairings, Tastemakers, Tequila Pairings, and More

Chances are you're pretty shattered from the weekend -- hopefully. Even if you're still nurturing your hangover from Oktoberfest on Las Olas, Bimini Boatyard's birthday bash, or the big groundbreaking for Flagler Gardens, you might just want to ease your pain with a post weekend bevvie or something. Whether you're looking to eat around town, hang out at New Times Pairings, drink some tequila, or just eat your way through the tiring workweek, there's something to tickle your fancy in Broward and Palm Beach Counties this weekend.

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"Boutique" Wine Tasting

In general, anything artisanal is going to be superior to mass produced crap -- except Ikea, of course. Starting Monday at 7 p.m., the Blind Monk will be hosting a tasting of boutique - i.e. better wines - focused on family-run, smaller estates. The cost to attend is $45 per person. Reservations required.

The Blind Monk is located at 410 Evernia St. in West Palm Beach. Call 561-833-3605, visit, or email [email protected]

Social Beer Night

If you like beer and you like being social, you might want to head on over to the Coffee District on Monday night. Every week from 7 to 10 p.m., the shop brings craft beer geeks together to share rare brews and talk about the yeasty beverage. There is no cost to attend, except, of course, a big bottle of beer.

The Coffee District is located at 325 Northeast Second Ave. in Delray Beach. Call 561-455-0541, or visit

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