MIAMI (CBS4)- From fine dining to special spa services to fun in the sun, South Florida has a lot to offer when it comes to recreation, and now consumers can enjoy amazing deals from a new Web site.
Curator at Giltcity.com, James Wark, said the Web site offers members deals around town.READ MORE: Miami Man Faces Charges In Florida Keys After Fleeing From Police At More Than 100 MPH
“Gilt city is the newest online destination from the Gilt group,” Wark said. “We provide our members the best access to bars, spas restaurants, entertainment and nightlife all at insider prices.”
Just sign on, create a password, and every Wednesday new deals are posted.
This week’s deal gives members $50 for VIP status at the upcoming AMG Miami Beach Polo event or exclusive access to Beach Soccer Worldwide.
“We have you VIP access,” Wark said. “It’s a $50 ticket for unlimited, all you can eat, drink and watching the best soccer players in the country.”READ MORE: Python Removal Program Grows In Southwest Florida
Hungry? How about $75 for four live main lobsters, plus four pounds of fresh mussels delivered to your door — or head to South Beach’s famed China Grill.
“It’s great bar tasting with Sakatinis for $57,” Wark said.
Gilt City just signed Lee Schrager, founder of the South Beach Wine and Food Festival and Vice President of Southern Wine and Spirits to be the chief lifestyle advisor giving members inside access to everything special.
“I’ll be working with James and people like James in every city Gilt is in to create unique experiences for Gilt members in everything related to lifestyle, food, wine, spirits… all about access and unique opportunities,” Schrager said.
Schrager is in the process of designing a one-of-a-kind dinner with the restaurant Cecconi’s located at The Soho Beach House. He’s speaking with their executive chef for a unique dining experience just for members, and there’s more.MORE NEWS: Tracking The Tropics: Hurricane Sam Continues To Intensify
“It’s really about getting that unique experience for that Gilt City member,” Schrager said.