Saturday, July 28 – Margarita Fest 3
Wall Street Plaza
Wall and Court streets
In a city known for giddy drunkenness as a viable means of daily distraction, it should come as no surprise that certain members of this beloved staff jumped the gun on this particular event by imbibing Wall Street Cantina margaritas (in the daytime! At full price!) on the day that last week’s behemoth Best of Orlando issue came out. We like to think of ourselves as trendsetters, especially because nobody in Orlando has even heard of tequila, right? Well, you too can enjoy that certain sunburnt (or rain-soaked) recklessness at Wall Street Plaza’s third annual celebration of drunken worms at the bottom of drinkers’ bottles on a far more legitimate-for-stupid Saturday. Si! Here’s how it works: You pay $20 upfront (or $25 at the door) and then get sucked into a three-hour blackout of unlimited tequila tipping soundtracked by I-Resolution, Kayavibe and Khamelien (plus the sound of your own synapses rattling). If you’re feeling rich – and who isn’t? – slap down an extra $10 and get the top-shelf stuff up in the Monkey Bar. If you play your cards right, you won’t even remember how much fun you had. But it was fun, right? – Billy Manes
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