Things to do for April 18, 2018
Biergarten Season Is Once Again Upon Us
And So Is a 420 Blunt-Rolling ContestBy Ginger Harris
Brickell City Centre's Biergarten Is Back. It's Really Back.
Sipping local beers under the stars. Eating a slice from Don Giuseppe's Pizzeria amid towering buildings. Quaffing craft cocktails from Mac's Pub on a patch of grass. Dancing to the music of the Magic City Hippies. Oh, the things you'll do now that Brickell City Centre's Biergarten is coming back.
The Triumphant Return of Proof's Pizza
Just when you thought Proof and its pizza had disappeared forever, it announces plans to pop up inside Taurus with its own counter. As for its legendary burgers, you'll only be able to get those on Wednesdays with just 24 being sold during the night. In conclusion: always go there.
Pretty Much Exactly What You'd Expect From a 420 Festival
A blunt-rolling contest feels like a pretty apt way to celebrate April 20. Probably. Maybe. Either way, you'll want to head to Las Olas' 4/20 Music and Arts Festival if you're into such things. Also, if you're into food trucks, beer and music from 10 different bands on two stages. Basically, expect a mixed crowd.
Last Call for Knaus Berry Farm's Cinnamon Rolls
If you've ever wondered how many Knaus Berry Farm cinnamon rolls you can fit into your freezer, now's a good time to find out, as the farm is about to close up shop until next season. But, turns out, if you've ever wondered how many fresh ones you can fit into your mouth, now's also a good time.
This Italian Cafe Just One-Upped Brunch
Sunday brunch is nice. But a pre-boxed picnic of sandwiches, pastries and fruit with an added bottle of wine on the beach is nicer. Especially if you're looking to impress someone with your alternative-brunch skills and have a second to stop into Sciuri to pick up its picnic or beach boxes. Protip: you do.
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... right here (and, yes, that is a picture of a flying car). Next up: let us all hail Jon Hamm, king of the celebrity cameo. And finally: here's an ode to the lost art of channel surfing, a lazy revolt against the everyday tyranny of entertainment options.