You did it. You survived another workweek, and it's time to reward yourself. This weekend's activities include a Jamaican-themed party complete with jerk chicken and a classic reggae band, a healthful rooftop pop-up party, and the ability to eat like a king for ten bucks.
The weekend starts now!
Autism Awareness Month at Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar
Autism is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the United States and affects one in 68 children. That's a staggering statistic, but there's a way to help. Just visit any Applebee's this weekend (or through April) and purchase a paper puzzle piece for a minimum suggested donation of $5, with all proceeds directly benefiting Autism Speaks. In addition, drink a refreshing Blue Skyy electric lemonade or Blue Moon draft beer, and 25 cents will be donated to Autism Speaks.
The Art of Food & Music With Inner Circle at the Wynwood Yard
Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do? You're gonna pop over to the Wynwood Yard this Saturday for the Art of Food & Music. From 3 to 11 p.m., enjoy live DJs playing a blend of dance and reggae, and buy Jamaican dishes like jerk chicken and fish fry. Inner Circle will make an appearance.
Sprouted Chef Pop-Up Party on the Gale Rooftop
This Sunday, join Sprouted Chef Sarah Myers for Local Pop, a community pop-up party on the Gale rooftop. From 2 to 8 p.m., enjoy delicious healthful bites by Myers, including "eggie: toast with farm-fresh tomato-basil tartare on Sprouted bread and charred carrot hot dogs. Snack on bites by Dolce Italian and drink beer by Wynwood Brewery while you listen to DJ Daniel V and enjoy a performance by Miami-based Alma Dance Theater. In addition, artist Jay Robert Watson will display a unique exhibit featuring a special piece for Local Pop. Tickets cost $25 and can be purchased at eventbrite.com.
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Shanghai Nights at Bazi
When chef Michael Pirolo hosts $10 pasta evenings at Macchialina, Miamians drop everything for a steaming bowl of goodness. Now Pirolo is bringing his budget-friendly special to Bazi for Shanghai Nights. Every Sunday, beginning this weekend, a special Shanghai Night menu will feature Chinese classics for only $10. Dishes include lo mein (chicken, beef, or shrimp), beef and broccoli, General Tso's chicken, and mu shu pork. Bazi opens for dinner at 6 p.m. Sunday; the bar opens at 5 p.m.