Filthy Kitchen Pop Up:
the Filthy Kitchen
will be hosting their own "tongue-in-cheek" pop up. They will be offering a variety of tacos. Not only are they going to be serving up everyone's favorite street food, they will have goofy names as well. These include the Gold Star, the Lilith Fair and the Menage a Taco Plate. Other than tacos they'll be serving up a Cunnilengua Torta and a Tossed Salad. If you want to have some great tacos that have some great names make sure to stop in on this event. Thursday, June 18, 9pm, The Phantom Room, 2114 N. St Mary's St.
10th Annual Bar-B-Que Bottles and Beer:
Check for last minute tickets for the Witte Society's Annual Backyard Summer Bash. This event is free for Quillin Society, Explorers, Voyagers and Witte Society members. Everyone is welcome so please invite your friends. Guests prices are $20 for adults and $10 for children. There will be delicious BBQ by Blanco BBQ and signature cocktails by Grey Goose Vodka. Reservations are required by June 17th. Please call Beto De Leon at (210) 357-1892 or email at BetoDeLeon@WitteMuseum.org for reservations. Thursday, June 18, 6pm, $20 for adults $10 for children, Witte Museum,
3801 Broadway, (210) 357-1892.
Milan & Turin Takeover:
Once again Milan & Turin Co.
are taking over Concrete Jungle
. They're setting up shop and giving their staff another well deserved Saturday night off. This is the second of a monthly Tiki Takeover summer series and in case you weren't able to join them at their last takeover because of the ridiculous rain, now's your chance to make up for all the Tiki you missed. Go hangout and enjoy revisited classics as well as a few original concoctions that you'll just have to try. Saturday, June 20, 8pm. Concrete Jungle, 1628 S. Presa, (210) 373-9907.
Saint Arnold Pub Crawl:
The Saint Arnold Pub Crawl
returns to San Antonio this weekend. It starts at 2 PM and includes 7 different spots, you'll receive a special gift from Saint Arnold if you hit all the spots and you finish at Alamo Street Eat Bar at 6 p.m. . The stops include The Friendly Spot, Joe Blue's, B&D Ice House, Filling Station Tap Room, Beethoven Mannerchor, Stella Public House and last but not least Alamo Street Eat Bar. Saturday, June 20, 2pm, Hit all bars and end at Alamo Street Eat Bar, 609 S. Alamo, (210) 227-2469.
Alchemy Solstice Party:
If you love summer and summer cookin' be sure to head to this event. Celebrate the beginning of the season with the crew from Alchemy Kombucha and Culture
. In celebration of the summer solstice the chef will be roasting a whole pig and will be offering a special vegan option. The bar will also be serving up drink specials. This event will also be the kickstart of Alchemy's music program so there will be live music from Los Nahuatlatos. Sunday, June 21, 6 PM, No Cover. Alchemy Kombucha and Culture, 1123 N. Flores St., (210) 320-1168
FatherFest: Beer, Sausage & Music: FatherFest
, brings together dads and their families for a good cause supporting Pints for Prostates. Activities include a Kiolbassa sausage cook-off featuring local chefs. Celebrity judges will crown the competition winners. A “People’s Choice” award will also be given. Additionally there will be family games and “Dad Stuff” including trucks, mobile barber, cigar rollers and more! Performances by The Rick Cavender Band and Two Tons of Steel will finish the event. Prostate cancer survivors are encouraged to sign up for a special gift. Sunday, June 21, noon, free entry, Alamo Beer Brewing Co., 202 Lamar, (210) 872-5589
Miller Lite at Trader's Village:
To celebrate dad on Father’s Day, Miller Lite will host a complimentary Father’s Day Taquiza at Trader's Village
. On Sunday, Miller Lite will give away Miller Lite beers free of charge to fathers and sons (or daughters), over 21 years of age. Classic and custom cars will be on display as Trader's Village holds the 5th Annual Dia de los Daddy’s Car Show. Sunday, June 21, noon, free entry, Trader's Village, 9333 SW Loop 410, (210) 623-8383.