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Coral Gables Restaurant Week is back and here’s what to expect

Coral Gables Restaurant Week
Photograph: Coral Gables BID/Katie June Burton

Driving the diet struggle bus straight through to summer? Sadly, June doesn’t look promising either: the 11th Coral Gables Restaurant Week returns with three weeks of prix-fixe deals, chef demos and other culinary happenings around the neighborhood. The Coral Gable BID puts on the annual program that runs from June 4 through June 24.

What wrecks your waistline is good for your wallet as this year nearly every single Coral Gables eatery offers two- and three-course meals for as little as $15 at lunch and approximately $25 to $40 at dinner. Your usual brunch spots like Swine Southern Table & Bar or happy hour favorites like Bulla Gastrobar are actually cheap—for a limited time.

And this year, you can do more than stuff yourself at nightly dinners. Go cupping at Café Grumpy (2516 Ponce de Leon Blvd), offering complimentary tastings twice a day on various dates, treat yourself to a chef’s dinner at Books & Books, or sit in on a free foodie lecture at WeWork on Ponce de Leon (2222 Ponce de Leon Blvd). The full list of gratis and ticketed events can be found online.

Coral Gables closes out three weeks of gluttony with a wine walk, featuring samplings from regions around the world. The more you drink, surely the faster you’ll forget all the food you put down before July 4th, right?  

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