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South Florida Food & Drink Events This Week: Food Trucks, Brewery Battle, and More

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Monday

Food truck rally in Hollywood

The weekly food truck rally at Arts Park in downtown Hollywood is 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Monday. There's no cost to attend; bring cash for the trucks. This week's lineup includes regulars like Dolce Gourmet Cupcakes, Ms. Cheezious, Mr. Good Stuff, Nacho Bizness, and Palate Party, plus many others.

Beer Bingo

All day on Monday, Havana Hideout in Lake Worth offers Beer Bingo. Spell out the word "beer" with any four beers on your card and get a fourth beer free. The bingo cards are also free.

Tuesday

Singles event at The Mexican

Know what makes it easier to meet a new person? Tequila. The Mexican in Boca Raton is hosting a singles networking happy hour from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday. Singles in their 20s to 50s are invited to attend. The cost is $10, cash only, at the door. Admission includes one house margarita, chips and salsa, and 20 percent off your entire food bill. Bring a business card and drop it in the hat for a chance to win a bottle of tequila.

Taco Tuesday

Alliteration is good news when it means cheap eats. Uncle Julio in Mizner Park celebrates Taco Tuesday with $1 tacos all day. The deal is good on beef or chicken/soft or crispy tacos. The discounted price applies to dine-in orders only.

Brewery Battle

The gloves are off for Tap 42's Tuesday night Brewery Battle, which pits Stone Brewing Co. against Bell's Brewery. The kegs will be tapped at 7 p.m. sharp and the lineup includes many popular brews and several hard-to-find varieties.

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