29 Oct Celebrate Fall in South Florida
It’s not always easy to tell the change of seasons in South Florida, but thankfully some TBA clients have made it easy for locals & out-of-town guests alike to notice fall, despite the sunshine, greenery and humidity. For those longing for autumn leaves and campfires, The Buzz Agency has 4 ideas on celebrating fall in true South Florida fashion. 1. Fall in love with new cocktails… just don’t fall down from them. Max’s Social House changes the food & beverage menus with each season, and is mixing it up with fall libations including Rabbit In A Hat With A Bat, Shoutout To All The Pear, East Bound and Down and more. And pumpkin drinks may be mainstream, but they are certainly not dead as Cantina Laredo celebrates Dia de los Muertos with a special Blue Moon Pumpkin ‘Rita for only $6 from October 31 through November 1. 2. Go all-out for Howl-O-Ween. Dress up your dog (bonus points for matching them!) and head to Max’s Grille on Oct. 29 to participate in a pet costume contest benefitting Tri-County Humane Society. Looking for something in North Palm Beach County? Pucci & Catana Luxury Pet Boutique at Harbourside Place has you covered with live music, a canine costume contest and food for people and pooches alike on Halloween night. 3. Add one more football superstition to the list. TBA might have a few team members with some bizarre and ritualistic football superstitions including not eating nachos on game day or having to wear the same gold shoes every game day, but the newest routine is having My Wingman by our side. 4. Fake-out the weather. If you do the rain dance, rain will come so the same must hold true for if you wear fall clothes, fall weather will come… right? Layer in style with new fall fashions at Lord & Taylor or play, shop and share for outfit inspiration with the new game, Kate’s Fashion IQ. And you can keep on wearing flip-flops, but just remember to wear a sweater and scarf to pretend autumn is here. So, TBA thinks these few ideas will cure your hankerings for fall. But if all else fails, a new service launched that ships fall foliage right to Florida doorsteps for $19.99.