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Friday, June 28, 2013

The Ten Best Food Events in St. Louis This Weekend: June 28 to 30

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Soulard Sommerfest @ Big Daddy's This Oktoberfest-style party features live music, bottomless beer mugs, and traditional German food including bratwursts and pretzels. $70 per person. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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Farm Dog @ Stray Rescue of St. Louis Schlafly partners with Gateway Greening and Stray Rescue St. Louis to host the first annual "Farm Dog" event. The puppy party takes place on the 23rd block of Pine between City Seeds Urban Farm and Stray Rescue. Look forward to Schlafly beer, food trucks, homemade dog treats, live music, live chickens and bees, animal adoptions and more. Admission is free. 12 to 4 p.m.

Second Annual Garage and Rummage Sale @ International Tap House Soulard ITap unloads a ton of beer swag including signs, glassware, t-shirts, umbrellas and more. Each item gets priced at a set amount of tickets, which can be obtained for $1 a piece, by buying a beer or donating a canned good to Food Outreach. Admission is free. 12 to 5 p.m.

Guerilla Street Food Pop-Up @ Sump Coffee Guerilla Street Food collaborates with Sump's third-wave bean brewing during a coffee-themed dinner. Guerilla Street takes its filipino fare and incorporates Adado Kyoto brewed coffee as well as the use of coffee oils and essences in their dishes. Sump also introduces a "Adada Piva" drink with Adado Yirgacheffe Ethiopia toddy with Kalamansi, or filipino lime. Admission is free. 2 to 5 p.m.

Sunday (Jun. 30):

The Bridge Birthday Bash & Bicycle Ride @ Old Chain of Rocks Bridge "The Bridge Birthday Bash & Bicycle Ride takes place on the bridge with beer, live music, ice cream and cake (while they last), and also features bike routes on both sides of the river for everyone from novice to veteran. Fees are $3 to $15 per person." 7:30 to 9 a.m.

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