South Florida Food & Drink Events This Weekend: Black Friday Beers, Cocktails for Humanity, and Bottomless Brunch

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Black Friday Event at Due South Brewing
Due South Brewing (2900 High Ridge Road, Suite 3, Boynton Beach) will celebrate its fourth-annual Black Friday event with limited-release beers as well as the bottle release of Sweater Weather. With its flavors of ginger, caramel malt, molasses, clove and cinnamon, this winter ale will might just make you forget you live in humid South Florida. Beers on tap include Cafe Ole Espresso Porter, Bourbon Barrel Aged Mariana Trench, LegenDairy Milk Stout, and One Eyed Tiki Coconut Porter. Food trucks Wholesome Rollers and BC Tacos will be present at different times. This event starts at noon. Visit DueSouthBrewing.com

Black Friday Bourbon County Release
Riverside Market’s (608 SW 12th Ave., Fort Lauderdale) version of Black Friday technically starts at midnight on Thanksgiving, but that doesn’t mean you can’t wait a bit to avoid getting bum-rushed by the crowd. Instead of discounted flat-screen TVs, expect to see plenty of Bourbon County beers released, include Stout, Coffee Stout, Barleywine, Rare, and Regal Rye Stout. All beers will be on draft and in bottle. Visit TheRiversideMarket.com.

Cocktails for Humanity
General Provision (525 NW First Ave., Fort Lauderdale) will allow guests to drink, be merry, and donate to a good cause. This event starts at 6 and ends at 11 p.m., perfect for all you FAT Village Art Walk frequenters. Proceeds for drinks will benefit the Abandoned Pet Rescue, a “no-kill” animal shelter. Visit GeneralProvision.com.


Beauty and the Feast Brunch
Beauty and the Feast Bar|Kitchen (601 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale) has a prix-fixed brunch setting with an all-you-can eat brunch buffet. Also available are $15 bottomless bellinis, bloody marys, and mimosas. Brunch is from 10:30 a.m. till 3 p.m. Visit Society8.com.

Bubbles and Bird
Tryst (4 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach) will be selling fried chicken dinners with mashed potatoes, greens, watermelon, and gravy along with a Champagne pairing for a measly $15. This special is all night long, perfect for those already sick of turkey leftovers. Visit TrystDelray.com.

Brunch at Brimstone
Brimstone (14575 SW Fifth St., Pembroke Pines) will serve bunch from noon until 3 p.m. along with $15 all-you-can-drink mimosas. Live jazz music offers an experience unique to most brunch spots. Visit BrimstoneWoodfireGrill.com

For more events, visit our online calendar or pick up the print edition of the New Times Broward-Palm Beach every Thursday. To submit an event, use our online form

Natalya Jones is a food and music writer covering Broward and Palm Beach counties. To get the latest in entertainment and fun things to do in South Florida, follow her on Twitter.

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