Barú Urbano, 1001 S. Miami Ave., Miami, offers brunch guests unlimited sangria, mojitos and Bloody Marys to accompany an a la carte menu that includes a make-your-own entree station ($12) with fixings like red and black beans, shredded meat, chicken, chorizo, chicarron and eggs. The restaurant’s Colombian-born owners plan to open a Doral location this spring; 305-381-5901.Fort Lauderdale’s Morton’s The Steakhouse, 500 E. Broward Blvd., has added a three-course, $52.95 pre-theater menu from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., with free valet parking until 7:30 on nights of performances at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts and Parker Playhouse; 954-467-9720, www.mortons.com. Blue Piano, 4600 NE Second Ave., hosts “Winesday Wednesdays” from 6 to 8 p.m., with wine curator and managing partner Aniece Meinhold guiding guests through a tasting of six to eight wines. Cost is $15; 305-576-7919, bluepianomia.com. 1500 Degrees at the Eden Roc Renaissance, at 4525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, hosts a winemaker dinner April 7 with Rolando Hererra, founder of Napa’s Mi Sueño Winery. The evening, which begins with a 6:30 p.m. reception and features a four-course menu by chef Paula DaSilva, costs $120; 305-773-1045, www.1500degreesmiami.com. Recently appointed executive chef David Werly has created a three-course, $55, prix-fixe menu that’s available nightly at The Restaurant at The Setai, 2001 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-520-6100.
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