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“Drinks, appetizers, and trolleys!” Those three words succinctly sum up the five-hour festival of art, food, and booze facilitated by Delray Beach’s trolleys. Acting as the most benevolent of designated drivers, the trolleys will connect east and west with a route bookended by Delray Marketplace and downtown Delray. With proceeds...
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“Drinks, appetizers, and trolleys!” Those three words succinctly sum up the five-hour festival of art, food, and booze facilitated by Delray Beach’s trolleys. Acting as the most benevolent of designated drivers, the trolleys will connect east and west with a route bookended by Delray Marketplace and downtown Delray. With proceeds benefitting the Delray Center for the Arts, this weekend’s Bus Loop is one of the better bangs for the buck out there. Tickets cost $20 in advance online or $35 at the door (during check-in at either Delray Marketplace or the Delray Beach Center for the Arts) and include food and drinks at each participating venue. This loop’s stops are Cabo Flats, Burt & Max’s, Japango, TAP Global Beer Collection, the Beer Trade Co., the Vintage Tap, Shula Burger, Bella Amici, the Grind, and Hyatt Place. For those worried about driving afterward, the Hyatt is offering a discounted guest room rate for the night with a promo code. There will also be a special party at the art center. The Delray Bus Loop will run from 6 to 11 p.m. this Saturday. Delray Marketplace is located at 14851 Lyons Road, Ste. 121, and the Delray Beach Center for the Arts is located at 51 N. Swinton Ave. Call 954-574-6000, or visit busloop.org.
Sat., July 19, 2014
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