Things to do for July 09, 2015

The Weekender

Sangria, Wild Things and Late-Night Science

Don’t bite off more than you can weekend.

Cold Sangria Sounds Great Right Now

Cold Sangria Sounds Great Right Now

On one hand, you’ve got the awe-inspiring Vizcaya gardens in which to while away an afternoon. On the other hand, you’ve got... summer. On the other other hand, you can now partake in icy carafes of red and white sangria while you’re there. Never count out the other other hand.

Find Some Day-Glo. Then, Come Here.

Find Some Day-Glo. Then, Come Here.

There are two kinds of pool parties. One happens during the day. The other happens at night with DJs, bottles of champagne and neon-attire requirements. That last one’s at the Thompson. So make that... happen.

This Brunch Is a Bit Unorthodox

This Brunch Is a Bit Unorthodox

Fantastically weird brunch happening at Elcielo on Sundays. The kind where you’re asked to wash your hands with white chocolate, eat tequila-infused apples, partake in french toast served with olive oil, basil and vanilla ice cream, then drink endless amounts of mimosas. That last part wasn’t weird, but still, pretty fantastic.

Sundays, 11am-4pm, $50 prix fixe ($55 with unlimited mimosas), Elcielo, 31 SE 5th St, 305-755-8840

A Night of Wild Things and Beer

A Night of <em>Wild Things</em> and Beer

Fact #1: Riverside Market will be screening movies on Sundays.
Fact #2: They’ll be serving Native Brewing beer.
Fact #3: This Sunday, they’ll be showing Wild Things.
Fact #4: You’ll remember it for that crazy pool scene with Neve Campbell.
Fact #5: Oh, #4 is definitely a fact.

Sundays in July, 8pm, Riverside Market, 608 SW 12th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, 954-358-8333

Partying in the Name of Science

Partying in the Name of Science

Here’s a taste of what you’ll be getting into at the Curious Vault party:

—Watching a scientist and a sculptor create art together.
—Listening to DJ Le Spam under dome projections.
—Grabbing some gratis books from Bookleggers.
—Eating Shake Shack burgers and drinking rum cocktails.
—Applying the scientific method to... okay, no.

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