This weekend, the South Beach Wine and Food Festival is back in Miami. Official events aside, Nightlife Brewing Co. will sponsor a boozy workout on Saturday, M.I.A. Beer Co. will celebrate its third anniversary, and Ken Oringer and Tony Messina from Boston's Uni will take over the Broken Shaker. South Beach Wine & Food Festival 2018. Lee Schrager has a knack for making the unobtainable a reality, such as turning a fundraising dinner into one of the world's largest food festivals.
Uni, a Boston-based restaurant known for sushi, sashimi, and Asian street food, will pop-up at the Broken Shaker on Sunday afternoon to help cap off this year's South Beach Wine and Food Festival. Taking place out back on the Broken Shaker's charming courtyard, catch Uni's chef and partners Ken Oringer and Tony Messina serving grilled oysters and other casual a la carte seafood items inspired by Uni's umami-packed Japanese menu.
The annual South Beach Wine & Food Festival has officially returned to South Florida, bringing with it plenty of delicious events. Some of the biggest names in the culinary world will unite for a five-day food and drink extravaganza, with more than 90 different foodie affairs scheduled through Sunday. That means festival-goers can take their pick of day-long tastings and demos, themed events, intimate dinners, brunches and late-night bubbly soirées. The only caveat?
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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