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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

10 Things You Have to Do This Weekend

Posted By on Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 5:58 PM

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Culinaria’s San Antonio Restaurant Week 

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Even the most seasoned foodies can lose sight of what’s important during Culinaria’s San Antonio Restaurant Week (Aug. 13-27). One big, wine-filled dinner at the beginning of the week could easily derail what should be two weeks’ worth of lunching and dining at new/favorite eateries for a good cause. Background for the newbies: Restaurant Week serves as one of the major fundraisers for Culinaria, which uses the funds for The Farm, a soon-to-be-completed educational farm that’s tricked out with several growing practices. Planting will start in two weeks with help from the MIT City Farm and the University of Houston’s Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management which will share new planting and growing techniques. The best part of Restaurant Week is that it allows for exploration without an expensive investment. With Tier 1 restaurants offering a $15 lunch and $35 dinner and Tier 2 joints keeping things downright cheap with a $10 lunch and $25 dinner, patrons can feasibly enjoy several lunches or a few dinners without breaking the bank. Visit culinariasa.org for a complete list of participating restaurants. $10-$35 per person, through August 27, locations vary, culinariasa.org. — Jessica Elizarraras

Excerpted from Tips For Making the Most of San Antonio Restaurant Week.


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