Also on Jan. 18 is a four-course wine dinner from Chef/COO of iPic, Sherry Yard, featuring wines from Silver Oak and dishes such as tuna crudo (pictured), a beets and burrata salad, a filet mignon and Concord cake, plus more. Cost is $150 (less if you’re an iPic Access Gold or Platinum member) and starts at 7 p.m. The new Sardinia Enoteca Ristorante in Delray Beach (pictured above) has been open since late last year and is a sister location to a longtime Miami Beach fave of the same name.
New places, new dishes to conquer. Prezzo has been slammed since opening two weeks ago. That means go early, make a reservation, or prepare to wait and drink a while. Diners have high hopes for the new Prezzo (pictured above). If you were a regular back in the 1990s, you may find your photo on the wall of black-and-white memories next to the indoor/outdoor bar. If you remember the garlic and focaccia bread sticks, they’re back, too.
Start your 2018 on the right foot—er—fork with some wonderful dining experiences available in always surprising, never dull South Florida. The Italian restaurant Forte dei Marmi is spotlighting its well-known “two Michelin star” Chef Antonio Mellino (pictured above) with a series of prix-fixe menus on Mondays. For $60 per person (excluding tax/gratuity), you’ll eat three courses featuring Mellino’s local organic produce, farm-raised prime meats and wild-caught seafood.
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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