Free cookies, sushi joints and more 4/20 deals being offered in Orlando tomorrow


Recreational marijuana isn't legal in Florida but that hasn't stopped local restaurants and business from offering sweet 4/20 deals tomorrow. Here are all the Saturday deals being offered in Orlando that we've heard about so far:

- Insomnia Cookies is giving away one free traditional cookie to in-store guests all day long with no additional purchase necessary.

- Sus Hi Eatstation is offering "sushi joints" for $4.20 all day on 4/20.

- Not necessarily weed-related, but PizzaPalooza is offering a free slice of pizza this Saturday on Church Street if you join hundreds of people trying to break a record for hosting the largest outdoor pizza party in Orlando.

- Sideward Brewing Co. is hosting a "4/20 Can Release & Special Munchies Menu" event where special munchies will accompany the release of Riptose, an extra dank IPA.

- The Nook on Robinson is having a "Munchies Movie Night." Snack on Gringos Locos, Iron Cow and Badass Sandwich while you watch  Pineapple Express and Up in Smoke.

- The Heavy in Winter Park is serving a mysterious "high tea" at 1 p.m. You'll have to figure that one out yourself.

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