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Plan on attending the inaugural Fizzi Fest on Saturday, June 1 for a celebration of all things bubbles benefitting the Mobile Arts Council’s Public Art Program. It’s no coincidence this is also National Bubbles Day, as the historic Ezell House in the heart of downtown will become the place to indulge in Champagne, sparkling wine, prosecco and cava from 2 – 6 p.m.
Tickets are $75 for general admission and include five tastings, a cocktail and complimentary hors d’oeuvres as well as live music from Swing. With over 20 wines on hand, there are plenty of choices. For the full experience, bump up to VIP level at $125 and experience private indoor seating with premium luxury wines and gourmet hors d’oeuvres.
A silent auction featuring custom-designed Champagne bottles by local artists will aim to raise additional funds for public art in Mobile.
If you’d like more details or are ready to purchase tickets, visit fizzifest.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. See you there!
Pirates Cove holds annual autism fundraiser
Pirates Cove may be the happiest place in Alabama. This 60-plus-year-old hidden gem isn’t much of a secret anymore. With its famous cheeseburger, Bushwacker and almost constant live music, this little hole-in-the-water has become less of a hideaway and more of a destination. Friday, May 31, kicks off its weekend-long 13th Annual Illuminating Autism FUNraiser.
Always the first weekend in June, this event has some of the best in local live entertainment. Silent auctions with over 200 locally donated items and tickets for not one, but two Jeep drawdowns are reasons to spend all you can with 100 percent of proceeds going to a local autism program.
Admission is only $10 per person with children under 15 getting in free. Oh yeah, there will also be cheeseburgers!
Krystal hosts grand reopening of new prototype on Schillinger
On Thursday, May 23, Krystal is having a Grand Reopening Celebration at its 475 Schillinger Road location. The building, originally opened in 1999, underwent a complete “scrape and rebuild” with a new design that includes an improved kitchen and layout for maximized efficiency and employee awareness. Fans of the square burgers will notice the stucco, wood and metal building is also square with architecture that is both contemporary and nostalgic.
This restaurant is the second of its kind in Alabama.
The event begins with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. with Krystal President and CEO Paul Macaluso, followed by a performance by the Baker High School band at 11 a.m. Krystal is donating $1,000 to the band as well as prizes for you. The first 50 customers will receive free Krystal for a month! T-shirt giveaways will take place while supplies last, and a chance to win free Krystal for a year will add to the excitement. Anyone can register! Go celebrate what could be America’s best drunk food.
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