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STINK ??" Cheese & Meat will be joining the growing list of South Sound restaurants offering brunch, Sunday. Photo credit: Facebook

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Another brunch option?! If you're anything like me, you're a bit giddy. Maybe it's the bottomless mimosas and bloody marys that make me swoon. Maybe it's just a good excuse to embrace my desire to eat breakfast fare all day every day. Brunch lovers, you can now add STINK to your itinerary. They begin Sunday brunch, July 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Chef Stacy Elliot will be crafting delectable plates to pair with bottomless mimosas and bloody marys. There will be other intriguing breakfast libations and a mimosa flight. See you there. 628 Saint Helens Ave.,

Another Tacoma staple closes it doors. Ah Badabing announced via social media last week that they will toss their final pizza pie as of July 14. After eight years of dedicated service, there's sure to be a void in our bellies. We wish them all the best in their future endeavors.

On July 14, from 5-8 p.m., you can dive drunkenly into Tacoma's gritty past with Steve's Drunk History: Tacoma edition. Think a pub crawl for history hounds. Start at The New Frontier Lounge and find your way to Meconis with a few stops to stumble to in-between. The lightrail will be used as transportation for those not looking to keen on the idea of trucking it. Free to attend but be sure to bring money for libations and don't forget to tip your bartender. Begins at The New Frontier Lounge. 301 E. 25th St., Tacoma  

Local lovers of the hops and brew geeks can depend on the folks at Engine House No. 9, Parkway Tavern and Peaks and Pints to fulfill their sipping needs on the regular. With Tacoma Beer Week swiftly approaching, these guys are looking to kick things off in a big way with their 2018 Barrel Cruise, a sour beer education session and bus tour featuring New Belgium Brewing Company's Wood Cellar director Eric Salazar, Firestone Walker's live-beer program Barrelworks director Jeffers Richardson and E9 Brewery's brewer Donovan Stewart, Sunday, Aug. 5.

TACOMA BEER WEEK 2018 BARREL CRUISE, 2 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 5, Engine House No. 9, 611 N. Pine St., Tacoma, $100 tickets available at Parkway Tavern and Peaks and Pints

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