First off, you can drink wine at many bars; I'd make the mistake of sticking w/ beer, myself, and it wasn't until a night of getting shitfaced on wine that I noticed the beer-shits the next morning weren't normal. As far as dairy intolerance, it is a side-effect of gluten sensitivity.
Onto failing your diet-
Addiction is the continued use of a mood altering substance or behaviour despite adverse consequences, or a neurological impairment leading to such behaviors.I thought wiki would be a slightly better source, but they don't have the list of most addictive behaviors or breakdown "food addiction" beyond overeating. I know someone who has an addiction, that they admit, to sugar. Whereas your behavior doesn't indicate a severe compulsion to eat unhealthy food, the temptation of "social eating", if it's recurrent, does seem analogous to people who break sobreity or smoke when they've quit. Maybe framing it that way in your mind might help you remain more stalworth in the future.Behavioral (non-chemical) addiction is a form of addiction which does not rely on drugs like alcohol. Increasingly referred to as process addiction or non-substance-related addiction ) behavioral addiction includes a compulsion to repeatedly engage in an action until said action causes serious negative consequences to the person's physical, mental, social, and/or financial well-being. One sign that a behavior has become addictive is if it persists despite these consequences.
Behavioral addiction, which is sometimes referred to as impulse control disorders, are increasingly recognized as treatable forms of addictions. The type of behaviors which some people have identified as being addictive include gambling, food, sex, viewing of pornography, use of computers, playing video games, use of the internet, work, exercise, spiritual obsession (as opposed to religious devotion), pain , cutting, and shopping.