Brasa’s original Minneapolis location is turning 10 and throwing a bigtime bash to mark the occasion.

The casual Southern, Caribbean and Mexican foods concept, opened a decade ago by Alma restaurateur Alex Roberts, is inviting patrons to join the staff in celebrating on Sunday.

What's on tap at the garage-like patio (600 E. Hennepin Av.)? Free food samples from the outdoor grill, live music with DJ Slamdunkapher and the grand tapping of Easy Tiger IPA, Brasa’s special collaboration beer with Able Seedhouse + Brewery.

The party starts at 11 a.m. (and wraps up at 4 p.m.), but if you want to feel good about all the bites and sips you’re about to throw down, show up for the free Intro A10 class with the Alchemy fitness gurus beforehand, kicking off at 10 a.m.

In other news: Brasa, which also has a St. Paul location on Grand Avenue, just instigated a brunch service and weekday happy hour, serving tacos, chicken wings, low-alcohol cocktails from Bittercube and more.

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