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Women of the Vine and other female oenophiles to host events in South Florida

'Wine Bible' author Karen MacNeil, winery owner Kathryn Hall and Women of the Vine Alliance founder Deborah Brenner will present tastings and talks from Coral Gables to West Palm Beach.

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New Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale restaurant will think local

Construction is still underway, but sometime in November, the Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale will welcome an exciting restaurant with an emphasis not just on locally grown ingredients but also on locally produced foodstuffs.

Called Burlock Coast Seafare and Spirits, the restaurant will sit just off the ground-floor lobby.

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Is this South Florida's most expensive taco?

B Ocean Fort Lauderdale's Dos Caminos restaurant has created a $36 surf-and-turf taco.

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Mai-Kai named top tiki bar on the planet

The Mai-Kai in Fort Lauderdale has been named the world’s best tiki bar by the 6,000-member-strong, a travel guide and historic archive of Polynesian pop culture hotspots around the world. The site provides information on more than 850 tiki bars, restaurants and hotels. Altogether, Critiki members have submitted more than 50,000 ratings.

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Lay's invites public to name new potato-chip flavor

Need proof that journalists will eat anything?

Take a look at the empty bags of Lay’s potato chips lying around our office.

For the non-potato-chip eaters, Lay’s is holding its annual Do Us a Flavor Taste America contest. Online voters get to decide which of four new chip flavors submitted by ordinary folks from across the country will be produced until at least July 2016.

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Aw, shucks: IKEA hosting all-you-can-eat crayfish dinners

The furniture company's annual Swedish Crayfish Party will take place at its Miami and Sunrise stores.

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