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South Florida Dining Events This Week: Halloween Parties, BeachBash, and More

If you didn't expend all your Halloween energy (and sexy, sexy costume magic) over the weekend, there are a few holidays parties planned for Wednesday that are guaranteed to have you feeling like crap on Thursday morning. Even if costume parties and creepy cocktail recipes aren't your bag, check out the other food- and drink-related events planned for this week, including food truck happenings, liquor-laced dinners, and more. After the jump, find a roundup of events planned for this week in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

Monday

Food truck rally in Hollywood

The long-running weekly food truck rally in downtown Hollywood will host nearly 30 food trucks from 5:30 to 9:30 tonight (Monday) at Arts Park in Young Circle. On the lineup this week are familiar favorites like B.C. Tacos, Ms. Cheezious, Nacho Bizness, and The Rolling Stove among many others. There's no cost to attend, beyond the price of your meal(s).

Tuesday

Food truck invasion in Plantation

The west side of Broward gets a little love with the weekly food truck invasion from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday in Plantation Heritage Park. This week's list of participants includes B.C. Tacos, HipPOPs, Ms. Cheezious, Slow Food Truck, Zombie Ice, and many others. Learn more about the event's background by reading "Plantation to Get a New Weekly Food Truck Rally Beginning in October."

Wednesday (Halloween)

Boo Bash at RA Sushi

RA Sushi locations in Palm Beach Gardens and Pembroke Pines will celebrate Halloween with food and drink specials starting at 7 p.m. and continuing until closing on Wednesday. Dress up like a sexy California roll (why not?) and enter the costume contest: First place prize is a $100 gift certificate to the restaurant and second place gets a $25 certificate. The bar will be serving festive drink specials like "sinner's sangria," "berry bloody," "grape ghoulade," and "frozen swampwater." Those special cocktails are $8 each.

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Tricia Woolfenden

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