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FRIDAY, JUNE 12
Leah & Louise dine-in: Leah & Louise was originally set to open in March, but coronavirus pushed back their grand opening to June. The Camp North End restaurant has been running its takeout program, but now it opens for dine-in service. 5-10 p.m. Varies. Details.
[Related Agenda story: Leah & Louise, Camp North End’s first restaurant, to open March 20]
Knights Eat n Play: Starting this weekend, you can make a reservation to have dinner and hang out at BB&T Ballpark. Expect the usual ballpark foods, local beer, music, trivia ,and cornhole. You can also add a game of disc golf. 5:15 p.m. or 7:15 p.m. $10 admission. Details.
Cocktail kits and charcuterie from Dot Dot Dot: Charcuterie boards and cocktail kits are available Thursday-Sunday only (hello, weekend at-home date night). 3-7 p.m. $17-$25. Details.
Yoga Slow Flow and Stretch: Unwind with an hour-long slow flow yoga class, led by The Yoga Dude over Zoom. Pay what you can, if you can. 3-4 p.m. Details.
ZOOM Trivia & Virtual Pub: Even if you’re uneasy about socializing in person, there are virtual ways to stay connected, like Zoom trivia. So gather your friends (online) and nerd out together. 7:30 p.m. Free, donations accepted. Details.
Music Anywhere CLT Virtual Concert Series: Tune in to any of the live virtual concerts happening this weekend, including a nightly performance by Josh Daniel (yes, he’s still going) through Music Anywhere CLT. Varies. Details.
Hound’s Drive-In Double Feature Weekend: Go with the family-friendly options of The Goonies and Raiders of the Lost Ark or pull up for R-rated movies Infamous and Becky. Movies begin at dusk. $20 per car. Details.
SATURDAY, JUNE 13
Rosé Day Party! at The Bohemian: As long as they don’t reach capacity, the wine bar will offer day-of tickets to the tasting. $15 gets you six rosés by the glass. Varies. Details.
Queen City Telethon – Rooftop Drive-In Concert at Abari: The rooftop drive-in concert features local bands Solis, Petrov, and Sinners & Saints. 3:30-6:30 p.m. $40 a car. Details.
Knights Eat n Play: Starting this weekend, you can make a reservation to have dinner and hang out at BB&T ballpark. Expect the usual ballpark foods, local beer, music, trivia ,and cornhole. You can also add a game of disc golf. 5:15 p.m. or 7:15 p.m. $10 admission. Details.
Smoker Saturdays at The New York Butcher Shoppe: If you’re tired of cooking but nervous to dine out, this is for you. Pick up some freshly smoked meats and sides for dinner. Personally, I’d do smoked wings, grilled vegetables, and a bottle for wine for a well-balanced, at-home picnic. 2 p.m. Varies. Details.
Uptown Farmers Market: I love making new recipes on the weekends, and fresh ingredients always taste better. Plus, the market has extra precautions in place for social distancing. 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Free. Details.
SUNDAY, JUNE 14
Knights Eat n Play: Starting this weekend, you can make a reservation to have dinner and hang out at BB&T ballpark. Expect the usual ballpark foods, local beer, music, trivia ,and cornhole. You can also add a game of disc golf. 2 p.m. or 4 p.m. $10 admission. Details.
Brunch at The Crunkleton: Brunch is back, baby. Make reservation for indoor or patio seating, and don’t skip The Crunkleton’s signature brunch cocktails. Details.
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