First Off, Win This Bahama Breeze just launched a line of rice bowls with stuff like carnitas, West Indies chicken curry, and chipotle beef, plus a late-night happy hour with half-price apps and $2 beers. Want bowls and drinks for you and 25 of your friends, totally free? Of course you do. So tweet us right here with which bowl you'd eat and who you'd eat it off of -- best response wins
Thursday The Delano is turning its swanky Rose Bar into an old-school pool hall for the night, when everyone can enjoy free pool and $5 beers from 8p-1a. See what’s new
Get your Mongoose tuned and head to Biscayne Heights Park at 9p for the monthly Canones Sueltos bike race. Six life-endangering, "anything goes" miles later, someone will win... A $35 BAR TAB!!! Dead-last gets a free tuneup! Details here.
Saturday Tobacco Road is throwing its 13th annual crawfish boil and seafood fest at 6p. 30,000 crawfish'll be on-/in-hand, and chefs from Rosey Baby in Ft. Lauderdale will cook 'em up Cajun-style. Tweet us your favorite way to eat crawfish to win a crawfish dinner and beers for two at the boi
From 6-11p in Ft. Lauderdale's Esplanade Park, it's the 16th annual Original Beer Fest. Sample over 100 crafts without missing a minute of the Final Four, thanks to giant projection TVs. It’s easier if you buy tickets in advance
Sunday RA in South Miami is holding a sushi-eating contest Sunday at 3p featuring 24 participants -- the majority of whom'll be female! They’ll have food and drink specials, plus an emcee who may or may not be that same Thrillist editor who boxed last weekend. Here’s what you can eat while you watch
Wednesday Ommegang will be debuting its Game of Thrones beer -- Iron Throne Blonde Ale -- Wednesday at The Riverside Market in Ft. Lauderdale, and you can taste it free from 7-9p. See what else you can find at Riverside
Ongoing Blackbird Ordinary has a new cocktail menu with drinks made from their edible wall. That's right: they've got AN EDIBLE FREAKING WALL of fruits, herbs, berries, and leaves all grown out back. Check out what they’ve created