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80 Sips Challenge Closing Party

May 12, 2011
80 Sips Challenge Closing Party
End two weeks of wine-soaked dining in style.

wine_drinkingHow do you celebrate an epic two weeks of wining and dining at some of New York's best restaurants? With a party, of course. Please note, however, that the date of our 80 Sips Challenge party has been changed from tomorrow night to Wednesday, May 25. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we hope you're still able to join us at Pranna from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, and sip all the wines featured in the Challenge while you nosh on the restaurant's fantastic Southeast Asian cuisine. 

If you already purchased a ticket, as you saw by email your ticket has been automatically transferred to the new date. If not, be sure to get your ticket now for May 25. Tickets cost $50 (the price includes food and the featured wines), but as a Daily Sip reader you can enjoy $20 off the ticket price with the code 80SIPSKICK. Space is limited, so buy your tickets today!

The 80 Sips Challenge is a two-week wine-tasting and dining extravaganza running from May 16 to May 27. Take part and you'll experience tasty, affordable three-course lunches and dinners paired with the wines of New Zealand's Brancott Estate, California's Conway Family Wines, and several selections from France's Roussillon region. Plus, you'll get the chance to win cool prizes for completing the Challenge.

You can read more about the participating restaurants and book a table with our official reservations partner For all 80 Sips Challenge details and to sign up to participate, visit now.

We hope to see you at the restaurants over the next two weeks--and at the closing party on May 25! Click here for tickets, and remember to use the code 
80SIPSKICK at checkout for a $20 discount!

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