Kork Wine & Cheese Coupons and Deals
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Vouchers can be redeemed starting Thursday, Dec. 20, through Feb. 13, 2013. Reservations are required. Kork is closed on Sundays and Mondays.. If you reserve a table after 8 p.m. on Friday or Saturday, a $10 cover charge per person will be charged for entertainment. Valid for 2 diners only. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Gratuity and tax, if applicable, are not included; a 20% gratuity based on the full value of the check will be required at payment. See below for full terms and conditions.
Kork Wine & Cheese is housed in a historic, early 20th century building, formerly used as a bomb shelter during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Two can visit this unique 3,000-square-foot wine cellar, praised by 7News, for six glasses of wine for $29 for two, regularly $60. Or upgrade and pair your vino with cheese for $45 and dessert for $65. UrbanDaddy says this chic venue "looks like a feudal dungeon of cabernet and brie: saloon-type bar, ornately carved wooden walls" -- the perfect place to "bring a vino lover." Choose one of the following two-person packages: â¢ $29 for six glasses of wine (regularly $60), such as the 2011 Odfjell Armador Cabernet Sauvignon (Maipo Valley, Chile); Kork's wine list changes weekly and features bottles from small growers worldwide (up to $10 each) â¢ $45 for six glasses of wine and six cheeses (regularly $87); choose two cheeses from each category: sheep, cow and goat -- selections include Chimay, a semisoft cheese created by Trappist monks and washed in Chimay beer, or manchego from La Mancha, Spain, â¢ $65 for six glasses of wine and six paired cheeses plus shared truffles or chocolate fondue (regularly $136), coupled with fresh fruit for dipping Travelzoo Tip: Our Deal Experts have sourced more than 100 Local Deals across the U.S. and Canada for our Holiday Gift Guide. Terms and Conditions Vouchers can be redeemed starting Thursday, Dec. 20, through Feb. 13, 2013. Reservations are required and subject to availability; must be made on OpenTable. Kork is closed on Sundays and Mondays. If you reserve a table after 8 p.m. on Friday or Saturday, a $10 cover charge per person will be charged for entertainment. Valid for 2 diners only. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Valid for dine-in only. The wine list changes frequently and wine selection may vary; seasonal items are subject to change. Gratuity and tax, if applicable, are not included; a 20% gratuity based on the full value of the check will be required at payment. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol. This deal cannot be combined with any other offer. Must be used in 1 visit.
Why You Should Go: While you're all for a romantic evening out, sometimes even the ol' wine and dine routine can seem a bit stale. And while you'll never turn down a glass of vino, how about you make the evening truly unique by dining à deux on fondue at Kork Wine & Cheese, a restaurant with a truly "bomb"astic history. Why You’ll Love It: Located in a former bomb shelter (yes, really!), this 3,000 square-foot venue prides itself on creating an artistic, unique dining experience, boasting hundreds of bottles of wine and an ever-changing menu of artisan cheeses, charcuteries, and classic fondues. Plus, if you come on the weekend, you can enjoy live jazz and a truly soulful experience. What to Eat: Your unique experience includes cheese fondue for two (rhyme time!), a savory dish blending Emmentaler & Gruyère cheeses into bubbling cauldron of flavor for dipping. To accompany your feast, you and your friend/lover can each enjoy a glass of vino, culled from their massive collection of new and old world vintages.
Fresh orange juice is a state specialty, but you prefer grape juice -- or, to be more honest, wine. Discover rare and exotic blends from far beyond Florida's borders with today's deal from Kork: Pay $60 for an hour-long Global Wine course, plus a wine tasting in the bar's private wine cellar featuring four to seven flights and one full glass of your favorite vintage (regularly $125). Sessions are held at this wine bar every Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. and at 7:45 p.m. between July 17 and September 18, so you'll have plenty of opportunities in which to learn about -- and then sample -- some of the most elegant wines from around the world. Located on South Miami Avenue, Kork was built in the early twentieth century and was used as a bomb shelter during the Cuban Missile Crisis -- because an underground spot is the perfect place for an extensive wine collection (though OJ does better in the fridge). Want more? Check out Kork on Facebook.