Green Bench Brewing is screening holiday films like Scrooged, Elf, and A Christmas Story in its beer garden this December. The socially-distanced affair is a family-friendly event in one of the area’s most resplendent districts.
Guests can bring their own chairs/blankets. Green Bench will have popcorn for sale, but by all means bring your own treats. My suggestion: Maduro from Bodega, or a Golden Mylk Ice Cream Cone from Plant Love Ice Cream.
The full holiday movie lineup
All movies start at 6:30pm. Here’s the full holiday movie lineup at Green Bench Brewing:
November 18: Scrooged
November 25: Home Alone
December 2: Die Hard
December 9: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
December 16: Elf
December 23: A Christmas Story
This isn’t the only party happening in the EDGE District this holiday season.
Intermezzo will once again host its boozy Christmas Office Party “Miracle” beginning on November 27.
Want to shop local for the holidays?
Reference our St. Pete Local Shopping guide.
We’ve also compiled a list of the local holiday markets you need to visit this season.
If you’re planning ahead for Thanksgiving, we’ve also put together a list of St. Petersburg restaurants and bakeries offering meals, desserts and more in the Sunshine City.
Green Bench Brewing, 1133 Baum Avenue
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