March 4th, 2011
Dinner and a movie? So old school. Now you can eat and explore the culture scene. Here are few offerings:
BBQ + the Bard
"To unpathed waters, undreamed shores." Trust us, Shakespeare is even better on a full stomach. Enter BBQ & the Bard
. On March 10 and 17, you can enjoy burgers (beef or veggie), potato salad, beans and brownies at the Aloft
(6 p.m., 900 Washington Av S, Mpls, 612-455-8400) and then check out the Guthrie's current production of "A Winter's Tale"
(7:30 p.m., $35 for food and show, ticket info here
Feed + Fuel
Tonight, enjoy a sneak peek of the long-awaited Steven Brown restaurant Tilia (2726 W43rd St, Mpls). Drop on by between 6 and 9 p.m., donate $25 to sustainable energy advocates Linden Hills Power & Light
and be the first to sample the food and sip the wine and beer. Check out the discussion tab on Tilia's Facebook page
for additional details.
Pig out + patronize
Fact: Food brings people together. For Funding Emerging Art with Sustainable Tactics (FEAST)
, you get to eat and give back to the community. On Saturday (6 to 9 p.m., Minneapolis Eagles Club
, 2507 E 25th St, Mpls), bring a $10 to $20 donation (up to you!) for supper and a ballot. Post meal, you cast a vote for one of a smattering of project options. The winner will be funded by the event proceeds. You'll find out how your cash was used at the next FEAST
Two lucky PopFizz subscribers will each win a pair of tickets to the BBQ & the Bard
on Thursday, March 10. Dinner at Aloft (6 p.m.) followed by A Winter's Tale at the Guthrie. To be entered to win, respond to this email with your name and phone number by 5 p.m. today. Please promise to go if you win! Winners will be notified on Monday.
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