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South Florida Food and Drink Events This Weekend: Full Moon Dinner, Food Revolution Day, and Brewery Parties


May Full Moon Dinner & Party
Beauty and the Feast (601 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale) will offer a three course meal for their Full Moon feature. This starts at 7 p.m. Visit

Music on the Rocks
Ocean Avenue Amphitheatre (129 E. Ocean Ave., Boynton Beach) is the host of all things music and food related for Music on the Rocks. Food trucks (list subject to change) attending are Las Mexicanas, Loxahatchee Ice Cream Co., Poutine Dog Café, Parabas Grill, World Fusion Cuisine and Spring In Roll Out. The concert starts at 5 p.m. Visit


Food Revolution Day
In recognition of Food Revolution Day and of all healthy food, Farmer’s Table (1901 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton) will teach guests how to make homemade tomato sauce with bean “meatballs” and zoodles as well as no bake carrot cake. This is from 11 a.m. to noon. Admission is $10. Visit

Cooperpoint’s First Year Anniversary
Cooperpoint Brewing Co. (151 Commerce Road, Boynton Beach) is turning one year old and is celebrating with music, food trucks, and $4 beers. Guest breweries include Saltwater Brewery, 26 Degree Brewing Company, Barrel of Monks Brewing, Devour Brewing Co., Due South Brewing and Funky Buddha Brewery. This starts at noon. Visit

Full Moon Party
Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktail (111 S. Surf Road, Hallandale Beach) will have a full moon party from 7 to 10 p.m. There will be drinks, late night food and entertainment. Call 954-699-0901.
Live Music at LauderAle
Jam out at LauderAle (3305 SE 14th Ave., Fort Lauderdale) thanks to Manatee Stampede. There will be beer specials and raffles. The fun starts at 7 p.m. Visit


Not-So-Mellow Bottomless Brunch

Stoner -themed Mellow Mushroom (525 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale) will be offering their titled “Not-So-Mellow Bottomless Brunch” from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This includes bottomless mimosas, manly "manmosas," bloody marys, house sangria, and screwdrivers. There will also be a brunch menu featuring pretzel bites, a breakfast burger, and of course, breakfast pizzas. The Not-So-Mellow Bottomless Brunch is also available on Saturdays. Visit

All Month Long 

American Craft Beer Specials
iPic (Mizner Park, 301 Plaza Real, Boca Raton) is serving up pints and flights of local craft beers. Attendees can also learn about craft beer from iPic’s Adam Seger, master barman and sommelier. Also featured are chicken Milanese sliders. Visit

National Burger Month 

Burlock Coast (The Ritz-Carlton, 1 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd.) will offer the Bootleg Burger in honor of National Burger Month. It is made with pulled pork, brisket, chipotle aioli, and jack cheese for $19. Visit

ROK:BRGR (multiple locations) will have an American wagyu Kobe burger. This contains a blend of Kobe brisket and chuck with foie gras, blood orange marmalade, and truffle cream brie cheese. It is also topped off with truffles and comes with truffle fries. This meal costs $50. Visit

Wild Sea Oyster Bar & Grille (620 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale) is serving the Soft Shell Crab all month long. It contains crispy soft shell crab, bacon, avocado,  Sriracha mayo, heirloom tomato, and watercress. Visit

Indigo (620 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale) will serve the Breakfast Burger for National Burger Month. This contains a fried egg, ground chuck, bacon, cheddar cheese, tomato, and lettuce. Visit

Pincho Factory (155 N. Hiatus Road, Pembroke Pines) will have a multitude of unique burgers for National Burger Month. This includes the Quesadilla Burger, Pincho Burger, Tostón Burger, and Foreman. Visit

For more events, visit our online calendar or pick up the print edition of 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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