Selection Reminder: St Patrick's Day Sunday Funday Scoot!

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Sunday, March 11

St. Patrick's Day Sunday Funday Scoot

2 p.m.

Pipers Downtown

177 S. Orange Ave.

$10-$15

The morning after St. Patrick’s Day you may find yourself surrounded by four leaf clover bead necklaces and green vomit, your face pressed against the cold linoleum floor. The sun pierces through the window and your head starts to throb, hazy memories of dancing with a short man in a top hat with a red beard begin to trickle back. You realize the only way to kick the hangover isn’t raw eggs or coffee or corned beef hash, it’s “the hair of the dog,” aka another drink. Orlando is here to help put the drinking train in motion (a whole week before St. Paddy’s Day!) with a pub crawl through downtown Orlando. Ten bucks gets you a free drink at Irish-pub staples like FinnHenry’s, Lizzy McCormack’s and each of the other four locations. And if you’re still thirsty, you can take advantage of all-day drink specials. Consider it a warm up for the main event next week. – Leanna Robinson

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