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Drinking, Nightlife and Parties

Where to drink and party in Orlando this week


3rd Annual Craft Beer Festival World of Beer UCF brings together over 15 local breweries and 50 craft beers on tap. Meet big-deal brew masters and enjoy live music and free swag at the VIP tent. 1-5 pm Saturday; World of Beer - UCF, 3402 Technological Ave.; $50; 321-235-9741;

Yelp’s Night at the Museum Free food and drink from Yelp favorites like Rogue Pub, Harpoon Brewery, the Smiling Bison, Hubbly Bubbly Falafel Shop, Norman’s at the Ritz-Carlton and more. 7-9 p.m. Wednesday; Orlando Science Center, 777 E. Princeton St.; free, RSVP via Yelp to attend; 407-514-2000;

2014 Holiday Brew Fest Unlimited seasonal and craft beer samples, complimentary foods and live music by the Swain Sumner Band, all on the front steps of the History Museum. The event is rain or shine and no pets allowed. 6-10 p.m. Friday; Heritage Square, 65 E. Central Blvd.; $65;

12 Pubs of Christmas Pub Crawl For the cost of an armband you get 12 drinks – that’s one drink per pub. Stops include Wally’s, Will’s, Lil Indies, Bart, St. Matthew’s, Pig Floyd’s, the Venue, Hideaway, the Thirsty Topher, the Hammered Lamb, Lucky Lure and Savoy. We recommend you start at Wally’s, eat something at Pig’s and then end the night with a lap dance at Savoy. Tell Tadpole we sent you. O-Cartz will be available all along the route. 6-8 p.m. Saturday; multiple venues; $10; 407-421-1447;

Pajama Party Some of you have finals, some of you are just lazy; either way, this party could be for you. Enjoy a special menu of breakfast goodies (like bacon pancakes) all while wearing your comfy pajamas. Slippers are encouraged, but showing lots of skin is not (we don’t care if you sleep naked; put on some pants, you creep). 6 p.m. Sunday; The Cloak and Blaster, 875 Woodbury Road; free; 407-674-7435;

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