Wilton Manors Wine and Food Festival: Eat-Sip-Love in the Gayborhood

It seems like new wine and food festivals are popping up every weekend. And we're certainly not complaining. Who doesn't like the opportunity to sample different plates from multiple restaurants all in one location? There's that and the copious amounts of booze.

Broward County is about to see its newest boozie foodie festival this Saturday: the Wilton Manors Wine and Food Festival at Eucalyptus Gardens. Details after the jump.

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Benefiting the Poverello -- an organization aimed at helping poverty-stricken individuals living with HIV/AIDS with food and other resources -- the festival takes place this Saturday from 6 to 10 p.m. In addition to the food and booze, the event includes a wine mixer, fundraiser, silent auction, art, and live music. The garden is slated to be transformed into a Napa Valley "village."

Market 17, Kitchen 305, Myapapaya, Jerk Machine, and the Consortium of Peruvian chefs -- which includes Lima 51, Panka Miami Beach, Rizzo's, D'Mar, and  El Pasaporte Gastronomico -- along with others will be represented at the festival.

Wines will be provided by Chill Wine Lounge, Wines for Humanity, Prestige Wines, Vizcaya Wines, Ya-Ya Wines, and the official sponsor, 67 Wine and Spirits. 

Eucalyptus Gardens is located at 2430 NW 13th Ave. in Wilton Manors. General admission is $50 in advance, $75 at the door. VIP tickets cost $75 in advance, $100 at the door. The Red Ribbon Vineyard VIP Lounge opens at 5 p.m. Visit wiltonmanorswineandfoodfestival.com to purchase tickets, or call 954-392-4322. 

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