Bungalower Media and The Ravenous Pig are teaming up again to host a fun event in the beautiful Ravenous Pig Brewing Co. beer garden for a delicious evening of 4/20 celebrations.

If you missed our previous Dinner and a Movie event where we paired a specially-brewed “Klingonberry Blood Ale” with dinner and a screening of Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan then you won’t want to miss this one.

The night will kick off with a joint-rolling class led by our friends at Treadwell Farms (Facebook Website) using their organic, locally-grown (and smokeable) CBD bud – which is totally legal because it contains just a small amount of THC. Then we’ll take a break to dig into an amazing pig roast supper prepared by the folks at Ravenous Pig  (Facebook Website), followed by a screening of cult favorite “Pineapple Express.”

Our friends at MCO Cannabis will also be in attendance to share how attendees can apply for their own Medical Marijuana Card. We’ve actually profiled the process HERE on our Instagram page.

Tickets are limited and start at $60 and include the workshop and all materials (plus some fun swag), a pig roast dinner, a free pint of Smoked Pineapple IPA (that is getting brewed just for the event), and the movie screening. Click HERE to purchase your tickets before they sell out.

Bungalower Buddy members can purchase tickets for $50 using a special discount code they received in their inboxes earlier in the week.

NOTE: We’ve profiled the adorable Jammie Treadwell of Treadwell Farms before HERE.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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  1. I would like to know what happened to the downtown underground? In the early 90s, while working at Coral Gables Federal (circle building on the lot that the performing arts center is now), we could walk from the basement of our building underground to the American Pioneer building (now the site of The grand Bohemian) then in over to church street…went on the walking tour and asked the guide several times and he would not acknowledge my question??