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DINNER

7 p.m.

Oak Tavern hosts a five-course dinner with celebrated Oregon winemakers and wineries Montinore Estate and Abacela Vineyards. Chef/restaurateur David Bracha will be pairing the award-winning wines with an array of his modern American dishes. 35 NE 40th St., Miami; 786-391-1818; $75.

OPERA

8 p.m.

Florida Grand Opera closes out the season with Verdi’s “La traviata,” the story of Violetta, a courtesan who finds true love until the prejudices of society force her to relinquish it for the benefit of her beloved. Ziff Opera House at the Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 800-741-1010; $15-$179.

PARTY

11 p.m.

Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas hosts the Tuesday night festivities at Bamboo, 550 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; Wantickets.com; $20-$30.

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