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3 Must-Visit Wine Bars in Miami!

3 Must-Visit Wine Bars in Miami!

September 12, 2016222Views

When people think of Miami, they think of the party. They think of the sunshine, the beaches and the women. Every one deserves a good opportunity to let loose and enjoy themselves – there’s no doubt about it. But sometimes, the same old routine just doesn’t cut it.

For those of you looking for a nice time out on the town, one that doesn’t include being squished between late-night partygoers in a bathroom waiting line, we’d suggest trying a wine bar.

It just so happens that Miami is full of some of the best ones out there.

We know you have to find a groove and establish your unique wine bar preferences, so we’d suggest checking out these 3 top choices to kick-start your process.

Coral Gables

Uvaggio Wine Bar / 70 Miracle Mile

To Know: Happy Hour from 5-7pm Tuesday-Friday and 6-7pm Saturday. Grab a $4 draft beer or $6 glass of wine.

This sophisticated establishment has only been open for a couple years but thrives on its mission to provide Miamians with a chic and lively ambiance. They also embrace a process called “tasting backwards” where they deliberately pair the food menu to the wine, so the entire meal and experience is enhanced.

South Beach

Cibo Wine Bar / 200 S. Pointe Drive

To Know: Can’t make it for dinner? No problem! Try Cibo for Brunch every Saturday and Sunday starting at 11am.

When walking into Cibo, you’re instantly entranced by the mood, which is intentional. This wine bar and Italian restaurant is designed to give guests a unique experience with its stylized architecture and ambiance. Whether it’s the rooftop patio or the lively open bar or even the Ocean Drive street entrance, guests experience a different vibe at every turn.

Downtown

Bin No. 18 / 1800 Biscayne Blvd.

To Know: Bin No. 18 offers a wide selection of wines like Malbec, Pinot Noir and Chianti, along with an equally impressive selection of beer.

This restaurant and wine bar fuses casual and sophistication in the best possible way. Chef and Owner Alfredo Patino boasts about his unique European menu, dazzling atmosphere (even without the chandeliers) and communal tables. Guests are encouraged to meet, to mingle and to enjoy specially crafted drinks and food.

Stay classy, Miami.

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