Taste of Brickell and After Party: Half Price With Voice Daily Deals

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Taste of Brickell. Party till the wee hours of the morning.
On Saturday, March 29, Taste of Brickell returns for one full day of food, music, and drinks in one of Miami's hottest and most sophisticated neighborhoods. If you haven't been to Brickell in a while, here's your chance to get up to date with all the fantastic restaurants in this chic part of town.

The event, located at the First Presbyterian Church of Miami, starts at noon and continues until the wee hours of the morning with an after party at Four Ambassadors La Scala concert hall inside the Four Ambassadors, just down the street.

Restaurants participating in the 2014 Taste of Brickell include the best establishments in the area including LOL Rest-Bar; Chophouse; Tapas Xperience; Porcao Farm to Table; Batch Gastropub; Island Bistro; El Vato; and Atrio at the Conrad.

In addition, the festival features continuous live music by world artists including Fabian Hernandez; Jahfe; Trudy Love; Ronny Blanko, and more.

Tickets for the event are $25 for general admission (which includes entrance and two drink tickets); and $25 for the after party. Wine and spirits bracelets are $55 and include general admission along with unlimited wine and beverage tasting. Food tickets are available for purchase on site.

The Ultra experience is $125, which includes admission to both the Taste of Brickell and the after party, access into VIP areas, all day and evening open bar, wine & spirit sampling stations, and complimentary food served by restaurants (no additional food tickets required).

For a limited time, Voice Deals is offering the Ultra experience for only $65, or snag a pair for only $120. To get yours, visit voicedailydeals.com/broward-palm-beach. Then get set to enjoy a full day -- and night of food, music, and drink.

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