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Get Downtown, Good Taste on Clematis, Rooftop Par-tay, Mo-Money MoQuila

• The 11th annual Riverwalk Get Downtown happy hour ramps up in front of YOLO tomorrow night at 5. The huge, outdoor party will feature music from Fourth Dimension as well as food from Big City Tavern, Chima, the Downtowner Saloon, Sublime, YOLO, and more. Get your tickets for $20 a head a goriverwalk.com, or for $5 more at the door.



• Head to the 200 block of Clematis St. in West Palm Beach on

Saturday, November 21 for International Holiday Taste, a street fair

featuring downtown PB's top restaurants. Food from Pistache, Rocco's

Tacos, Grease Burger Bar, Leila, and Forte will be set up for sampling

-- the street fair is free; small plates run $5 a pop. The feasting

session starts at 5:30 p.m.; call 561-833-8873 for more info.

• The following Saturday, Clematis will play host to another street party, as Roxy's

rooftop bar will officially open as part of the landmark bar's 75th

anniversary celebration. Starting at noon on the 300 block of Clematis,

the enclave will throw down with a street-side beer festival featuring

each of Roxy's 64 national craft beers on tap at the bar. The brouhaha

costs $20 to attend and will feature live music and a commemorative

glass for all beer guzzlers.


• Boca's MoQuila Restaurant & Tequila Bar

is holding a pre-Thanksgiving bash on Wednesday, November 25 with

proceeds going towards the Eric Rosemary Recovery Fund. Chug down 3-4-1

drinks as DJ Needlez hits the decks and raffles off prizes. Since

college students get 10% off with an ID, expect body shots a-plenty.

Party starts at 4 p.m.

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