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Drinking, Nightlife and Parties

Where to drink and party in Orlando this week

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British Bonfire Kissimmee
  • British Bonfire Kissimmee

Sushi & Seoul’s Eat St. Dinner A pop-up dinner with Al Ruiz of Sushi & Seoul on the Roll food truck and Food Network U.K. celebrity chef Andy Bates; Redlight Redlight’s Brent Hernandez brewed tailor-made beers to pair with the “traditional English” menu. 6 pm Thursday; Redlight Redlight, 2810 Corrine Drive; $20; redlightredlightbeerparlour.com

Beer and Bacon Festival A fest that pays tribute to glorious pig meat and tasty craft beers. There are over 30 brews to sample and plenty of bacon-full foods to spend your day with. 4-7 pm Saturday; Cranes Roost Park at Uptown Altamonte; $35; beerandbaconfestival.com

British Bonfire Kissimmee Part of Britweek Visits Orlando - an outdoor festival featuring live music by jilted Epcot musicians Off Kilter, a massive bonfire, fireworks and plenty of food and drink. Don’t forget to build your perfect “Guy” and enter him in the Guy Fawkes contest to compete for some awesome prizes. 5:30-10:30 pm Saturday; Formosa Gardens, 7826 Island Club Court, Kissimmee; $5; britweek.org

Eden Bar’s Elixir Mixer Sample creative craft cocktails at Eden Bar with some of the most talented bartenders in town. 2 pm Saturday; Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland; $6; enzian.org

Southern Nights Family and Staff Turnabout All of your favorite bartenders in drag, hosted by Blue Star and Roxxxy Andrews with proceeds benefiting the Barber Fund. 8 pm Monday; Southern Nights, 375 S. Bumby Ave.; 407-412-5029; southernnightsorlando.com

One Big Nacho A night of arts and entertainment in various media, including live performances from special musical guests Milka and Voodoo Hodown. 7 pm Tuesday; St. Matthew’s Tavern, 1300 N. Mills Ave.; free; facebook.com/stmatthewstavern

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