Life is too short to drink bad wine, right? We work and train hard every day, we deserve a smooth glass of wine. Extensive studies have shown that red wine is beneficial to your health. If you’re a wine enthusiast, you’re going to love this! Here’s the inside scoop on our favorite wine restaurants in South Florida.
This South Florida restaurant is known for its food suitable wine list along with 400 bottles of wine. Located in the W Hotel and overlooking the serene Fort Lauderdale ocean, the pure ambiance of Steak 954 will satisfy. Coupled with gourmet steak and seafood, and a top-notch food-friendly wine list, you can’t beat this experience.
The Capital Grille
The Capital Grille, also found in other metropolitan cities, is known for their dry aged steak, an elegant and romantic atmosphere, and an award-winning wine list (which is what we came here for, of course). The Capital Grille wine list features 350 wines, some of which are the most sought after and best tasting in the world.
Cibo Wine Bar
They say it’s not good to keep things bottled up, so order a whole bottle! Plus, if you go before 7 p.m. you will receive half off. This rustic Italian restaurant goes above and beyond with a collection of over 3,500 bottles of wine. The extravagant collection is displayed from floor to ceiling in the center of Cibo Wine Bar.
Located in the eclectic scene of Wynwood, Bunbury has become one of the top wine spots in South Florida. The wine bar patio overlooks the unique city and exposes you to the cool spring breezes. Sip on and travel around the world with an international wine selection that is truly impressive. If you’re feeling a little frisky, you might even opt for one of their delicious wine cocktails.
This quaint and New Orleans styled wine bar feels like you’re visiting your best friend’s home. Regardless of its casual and comfy vibe, it’s one of the hardest places in Miami to get a seat at. Every night the band performs smooth jazz while the locals come crawling in for music and wine. By the bottle, by the glass, whichever you prefer, Lagniappe has it.
Alter has two separate wine lists. One list is comprised of wines for pairing and the other is primarily made up of prime mature wines and praiseworthy bottlings. Either way, you’re sure to have an experience your taste buds won’t forget. If you ever stop by, be sure to give the Alter Classic a try - Floridian clams with guitar noodles, lemon verbena, herbs coulis and burrata purée, with Andrea Felici 2013 Verdicchio Dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore.
There you have it! Our favorite wine restaurants in South Florida will definitely leave an impression on all of our fellow wine enthusiasts. After all, nothing is better than to tri now and wine later!
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