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South Florida Food and Drink Events This Week: Cheap Brews, Halfway to St. Patty's Day, and More

If you've ever watched Groundhog Day and felt like you were watching your own life on the screen it's time to liven up your same old, same old routine.

Whether you want to take advantage of dining deals with Flavor Palm Beach or do a special event, such as Irish-style parties, cooking classes, or rum and cigars, there's something to change up your day-to-day in Broward and Palm Beach this week.

See Also: Flavor Palm Beach: September Dining Deals From Boca to Jupiter

Monday

Sips and Bites

Most workdays call for a bit of rest and relaxation after you leave the office. Now, every Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m., D'Angelo Pizza - Wine Bar -Tapas is hosting its happy hour sips and bites with a selection of $6 small bites, $6 cocktails, and $6 glasses of wine.

D'Angelo is located at 4215 N. Federal Highway in Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-561-7300. And at 1370 Weston Road in Weston. Call 954-306-0037, or visit dangelopizza.com

Half-Price Beers

Aside from the obvious football tie-in, beer can be an absolute necessity on a Monday. Since it started opening its doors for the first day of the workweek, Bad Ragaz Hall is now offering a special for your football watching pleasure -- and your sanity. From 5 p.m. to close it's offering 50 percent off most bottled beers.

Bad Ragaz Hall is located at 1417 S. Federal Highway in Boynton Beach. Call 561-336-3297, or visit badragazbiergarten.com.

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