Drink, Dine and Dance at Sawyer Point's Crafted Food, Beer & Music Festival

Enjoy live music, more than 30 craft beers and easy bites on the riverside

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What better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than eating as much food as possible and washing it all down with 84 ounces of beer? Sawyer Point is hosting a riverside picnic in conjunction with seven different restaurants and more than 38 craft beer options featuring everyone from Bouquet Restaurant & Wine Bar and the Mac Shack to Fifty West, MadTree, Rhinegeist and Bad Tom Smith.

Beer drinkin’ tunes will be provided courtesy of Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle and Doc Robinson. And you don’t have to feel bad about your gluttony because a portion of the ticket sales will go toward funding the League for Animal Welfare.

2-6 p.m. Saturday. $60; $85 VIP; $35 designated driver. Sawyer Point, 705 E. Pete Rose Way, Downtown, craftedfest.com. More info here.

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