Tax Day Dinner Deal
Waterstone Resort’s Boca Landing (999 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton) will host a “Tax Relief” dinner. The dinner is three courses and costs $34.95 before tax and tip. It is available from 5 to 10 p.m. Visit WaterstoneBoca.com.
Sour Homebrew Contest & Guided Tasting
Craft Beer Cartel (557 SW 12th Ave., Fort Lauderdale) will feature a sour homebrew contest. New Belgium Brewing Co.’s Eric Salazar will also discuss New Belgium's sour program and judge the contest. The event is from 7 to 9 p.m. Visit Squareup.com.
Polynesian Night at the German American Club
The German American Club (5111 Lantana Road, Lake Worth) will host a Polynesian night and dinner. Dishes include pineapple chicken and pork kebab, vegetables, baked fish, and more. Dinner costs $12, and guest admission is $8. This event starts at 6 p.m. and also features live music from Harbar Brothers Duo. Polynesian and Hawaiian attire is encouraged. Visit americangermanclub.org.
Farm to Kitchen: Kids Club: Earth Month Love
From 11 a.m. to noon at the Farmer’s Table (1901 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton), kids will make their own edible dirt gardens, as well as reusable bags from old T-shirts. The class costs $10. This is not an allergen-free class, so contact the instructor regarding allergy concerns. Guests must also bring their own T-shirt. Visit EventBrite.com.
Red Cheetah Brunch
Funky Buddha Brewery (1201 NE 38th St., Oakland Park) is pairing up with Red Cheetah Yoga for their first yoga and brunch event. Registration is 10:15 a.m. with class at 10:30. Participants must bring their own mat. Admission costs $35 and includes the one-hour class, a continental brunch, and one free beer-mosa. Visit FunkyBuddha.com.
The Farmer & the Chef Competition at Heal the Planet Day
Stop by Las Olas Sunday Market (333 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale) to judge competitors for the best vegan/vegetarian dish. Categories include best tasting, best presentation, and dish you would most want to cook at home. This event is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visit lasolassundaymarket.com.
Social House (512 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth) will host teatime from noon to 3 p.m. Enjoy sweets, hot and cold teas from Lemon City Tea Co., and cocktails inspired by tea. Admission costs $25 and includes the full tea menu, savories, sweets, and choice of tea. A cocktail is an additional $5. Visit SocialHouselw.com.
2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs Watch Party
Head to Himmarshee Street (SW Second Street, Fort Lauderdale) to cheer on the Panthers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs Watch Party. There will be a 16-foot LED screen, outdoor bar, and food such as $3 tacos, $5 wings, and $10 burgers. This starts at 6:30 p.m. Visit publichouseftl.com.
All Month Long
National Poetry Month at Hoffman Chocolates
Because of National Poetry Month, Hoffman’s Chocolates (801 S. University Drive in Plantation, 920 E. Las Olas Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale, 5250 Town Center Circle in Boca Raton, 3341 Sheridan St. in Hollywood, 705 Lake Ave. in Lake Worth) has teamed up with the Jason Taylor Foundation to support the young poets of the Omari Hardwick bluapple Poetry Network. To celebrate, Hoffman’s Chocolates will donate 10 percent of all Gourmet Caramel Apple sales during April to the Jason Taylor Foundation. Visit Hoffmans.com.
Ratatouille Pizza and Sidecar Cocktail
iPic Theaters (301 Plaza Real, Boca Raton) is offering a limited-time Ratatouille Pizza for April. Also available for this month only is the Sidecar cocktail. Visit iPicTheatres.com.
Burger of the Month
Burger Bar (4650 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens) is featuring the Georgia Peach as its burger of the month for $15.50. It consists of Wisconsin smoked Gouda, applewood-smoked bacon, red onion, arugula, and Georgia peach compote on a toasted ciabatta bread. The drink of the month is the Bobby Jones, which includes bourbon, peach schnapps, and sour mix. Visit burgerbar.com.
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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