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Drinking, Nightlife and Parties

Where to drink and party in Orlando this week

Unibroue Beer Dinner
  • Unibroue Beer Dinner

Unibroue Beer Dinner Five-course dinner with beer pairings from Unibroue. 6 pm Wednesday; Cafe Tu Tu Tango, 8625 S. International Drive; $50; 407-248-2222; cafetututango.com

Boo and Brew A family-friendly event with trick-or-treating and bounce houses. Admission includes unlimited samples of German, Oktoberfest and seasonal brews. 5-9 pm Friday; Waterford Lakes Town Center, 413 N. Alafaya Trail; $20; floridabeerfestivals.com

Eden Bar’s Slasher Halloween Party Outdoor screening of Freddy vs. Jason on the lawn, followed by The Texas Chainsaw Massacre in the theater. 5 pm Friday; Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland; free-$7.50; enzian.org

Kamikazi Frenzy Halloween Extravaganza A party that fuses live paint performances, breakdancing and “extravagant” wandering characters. 9 pm Friday; Drip, 8747 International Drive; $12; 321-663-4265; ilovedrip.com

East End Market One Year Anniversary Celebrate East End’s first year of business with a big thank-you party. Free samples, live music and merchant demos in the APEX kitchen all day. Noon-6 pm Saturday; East End Market, 3201 Corrine Drive; free; eastendmkt.com

Kiwanis Dinner, Wine, Charity Texas Hold ’em Tournament and Bingo for Babies Event Benefit featuring 4Rivers BBQ dinner with unlimited drinks and poker. 6-10 pm Saturday; Stoneybrook Community Room, 14351 Stoneybrook Blvd.; $50-$70 donation; 407-620-4887; eockiwanis.com

Escape Fetish and Costume Party Fetish and costume party with interactive games and performances. Fetish-wear encouraged. 9 pm Sunday; Southern Nights, 375 S. Bumby Ave.; $5 in costume, $10 without; 407-412-5039; southernnights.com


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