Wednesday, June 18, 2014

6 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub on this Week

Posted By on Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 3:59 PM


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Friday, June 20: La Fogata invites guests to a free tasting of their tequila of the month, CORZO. Guests can take their pick of either a skinny margarita, blood orange margarita, the Bob-rita or straight. Drinks will be served at the tasting table outside of the restaurant. Free, 7-9pm, 2427 Vance Jackson, (210) 340-1337,

Saturday, June 21: Make a decadent brunch without the guilt. The Central Market Cooking School staff shows you how to make vegan brunch faves including crunchy mocha quinoa parfaits, banana French toast, maple sweet potato hash and coconut blueberry smoothies. $60, 11am-1pm, 4821 Broadway, (210) 368-8617,

Saturday, June 21: James Beard Award-winning Chef Stephan Pyles and Texas artisan cheese maker Paula Lambert are teaming up for a four-course Italian dinner at Sustenio. The menu includes soft-shell crab and Paula’s mozzarella, tortellini, free-range veal chop and orange-mascarpone panna cotta with drink pairings. $85, 7pm, 17103 La Cantera Pkwy, (210) 598-2950.

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Sunday, June 22: Watch the USA take on Portugal this Sunday with boozy cocktails and grilled fajitas via the staff at Blue Box. They'll be showing the game in high-def.  Take your appetite. Fajitas on the house, cocktails/beer available for purchase, 5:30pm, 312 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 227-5853,

Tuesday, June 23: The Brooklynite will kick off Tiki Week festivities with a new menu launch and pig roast via Tailgate Bistro. Stop in with your finest islander wear and flip flops. Prices vary, 8pm, 516 Brooklyn, (210) 444-0707,

Wednesday, June 25: Rosella Coffee Co. love playing host. Visit their loft and sample a few Saint Arnold beers as paired with meats and cheeses. Learn about pairing while noshing on snacks. Limited to 25 guests. $20, 203 E Jones, Ste 101, (210) 277-8574,


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