Happy Friday! This weekend is filled with festivals and holidays. Rosh Hashanah begins Sunday, and Blue Collar wants to help make your family gathering more tasteful. Oktoberfest continues with more beer, pretzels, and music, and Homestead celebrates with a classic combination of music and barbecue.
Weekend starts now!
Sam Adams Octoberfest
Sam Adams Octoberfest will turn Wynwood into an authentic Bavarian bierhaus filled with bratwurst, brews, and music. Enter the Miss Octoberfest or "raise the stein" contests. The International Polka Band will entertain while you enjoy special beers. Sam Adams Octoberfest will take place at Sam Adams Castle this Friday, September 30, through Sunday, October 2. General admission is free, but other ticket options are available that include a souvenir half-liter stein, authentic Bavarian hat, pretzel necklace, and Sam Adams festival swag. Visit thisisoctoberfest.com for tickets and more information.
Blue Collar Caters the Jewish High Holy Days
This year, Rosh Hashanah begins Sunday, October 2, and Blue Collar's Danny Serfer wants to make your holiday dinner for you. For $35 per person, you'll get a holiday basket filled with latkes and apple sauce, Marsha's salad, braised brisket, and roasted potatoes, plus a choice of vegetable side and dessert. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance and can me made by emailing email@example.com.
Homestead Rock 'n Rib Fest
This Saturday, October 1, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. head to Harris Field Pavilion (Campbell Drive and South Dixie Highway in Homestead) for the Rock 'n' Rib Fest. Ten bucks per person (free for kids under 10) gets you live entertainment all day while you enjoy barbecue and beverages (food and drink not included in admission).
Oktoberfest Brunch at Bagatelle
If you're looking for an Oktoberfest celebration with a mix of Ibiza, Bagatelle's Oktoberfest brunch is for you. This Sunday, October 2, the restaurant will partner with Kronenbourg for a Bavarian-themed brunch complete with giant pretzels, classic Bavarian music played by DJ Vincent, and a special performance by the staff. For reservations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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