News and notes from the San Antonio food scene
The Southtown grocery store vacuum finally has been filled. With its hardwood floors, exposed brick, and large front windows, Delivery Market, 709 S. Alamo, has the trappings of an old-time grocery store. And most importantly, it has beer and wine.
Yes, there are other goods, including deli sandwiches, salads, canned goods, snacks, and cigars, which are encased in a large humidor.
Delivery Market lives up to its name: They deliver. For orders more than $25, delivery is free. Smaller orders carry a $2.50 fee during the day, and $5 at night in downtown and Southtown.
For those who choose to eat there, dining tables are available outside for customers.
Delivery Market is open Monday to Friday 10am-10pm, and Sunday 11am-4pm.
Compiled by: Marlene Jasso
Are the holidays over yet?
Sick of healthy food? Try cookies
Sun Harvest, 17700 Highway 281 North, is offering a free Healthy Holiday Appetizers class on December 18 at 10:30am. Cook Amy Sokol will teach participants how to prepare sun-dried tomato pesto over goat cheese, ceviche, and a fresh fruit salsa.
Kids ages 8-12 can bake and decorate cookies in a hands-on course at Central Market, 4821 Broadway, on December 18 from 9:30-11:30am. Cost is $35. A Christmas brunch workshop will be held on December 22 from 11am-1:30pm. The menu includes dark & white hot chocolate, apple cinnamon braid, sausage & egg crêpe cups, orange flan with warm cranberry sauce, and luscious gingerbread muffins. Cost is $40. For more information, call 368-8617.
Sick of cooking? Try bourbon
There's nothing like a glass of bourbon or Scotch to make the 90-minute drive to Austin worthwhile. Frederick Booker Noe III, great-grandson of Jim Beam and the bourbon ambassador for the Original Small Batch Bourbon Collection will host the Great Whisk(e)y Debate with Richard Paterson, master blender of The Dalmore, a single Highland malt Scotch whisky on December 16 at 7pm. The tasting will be held at the Hilton Austin, 500 E. Fourth St. To RSVP, call Jennifer Podkasik at (800) 953-7434.
Compiled by: Marlene Jasso and Lisa Sorg
Subscribe now to get the latest news delivered right to your inbox.