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The Dawn of Coral Gables Restaurant Week

It’s baaaaaaack. That’s right, grubbers and oinkers of the most magical city – Coral Gables Restaurant Week is steadily approaching and it’s added some rookies to its roster of native eateries. Now in its 7th year running, the three-week event will be featuring more than 35 hearty restaurants all hailing from – you guessed it – The Gables.

Some of the grub hubs participating in this year’s event include Bulla Gastrobar, Café Abbracci, and comfort-food savant Swine Southern Table and Bar. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg, engorged with a colony of bistros, steakhouses, and wine bars.

As for the newbies: Bellmont Restaurant, BrickTop’s, and La Tagliatella will be but a few stepping up to the plate for this year.

“I am very excited to be part of the Annual Coral Gables Restaurant Week now in its 7th year. This year we welcome six new participating restaurants to add to this very dynamic and diverse dining community,” says Director of the Business Improvement District of Coral Gables, Marina Foglia, in a press release. “Coral Gables Restaurant Week offers incredible deals and is a great way for all to visit new places or enjoy their favorite spots.”

From June 9th– 29th, participating restaurants will regale guests with pre-fix lunch and dinner menus, paired with either a Cuba Libra – the week’s official cocktail by Coral Gables Restaurant Week’s presenter, Bacardi – or the featured wine, Martini Prosecco.

The week kicks off with a little “sneak peak” event called Taste of the Gables, June 5th. There, guests can satisfy their palates by sampling from selected, all battling to win the gold of “Best Taste of the Gables.”

Advance tickets for general admission starts at $30. And for some VIP exclusivity, expect to shell out $55 for fancier hospitality. You can purchase your tickets at www.coralgablesrestaurantweek.com. But hurry, because tickets are going fly out quick for this gluttonous blood bath.

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