Thursday, July 17, 2014

5 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub on This Week

Posted By on Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 2:38 PM

Chow down on serious sammies via Bite Street Bistro.

Friday, July 18: Bite Street Bistro is taking over the kitchen at LOL Comedy Club for John Morgan’s two showings. Shrimp burgers and other Bite Street Bistro favorites will be on my menu. Prices vary, 8 and 10pm, 618 NW Loop 410, (210) 541-8805,

Saturday, July 19: Make a dinner out of date night with a Sur La Table cooking class. Learn about grilling meat, vegetables and fruit in a hands-on class at Sur La Table La Cantera. On the menu is grilled nectarine, grilled marinated pork, grilled zucchini with hazelnuts and basil and grilled honey-bourbon glazed peaches with ricotta cream. $34, 6:30pm, 15900 La Cantera, (210) 978-5586,

Sunday, July 20: Going back to school never tasted so good. Max’s Wine Dive will offer their weekly Flight School. Learn about wine, tasting techniques and proper tasting with food pairings. This week will focus on rosés from different parts of the world. $30, 4:30-6:30pm, 340 E Basse, (210) 444-9547,

Monday, July 21: New brews are coming to Rosella Coffee Co. from Ranger Creek Brewing. Lovestruck Hefe, Ranger Creek’s newest beer is getting a release party at Rosella for $6 with a pint glass and $5 after that. Free, 6:30pm, 203 E Jones, (210) 277-8574,

Tuesday, July 22: Get your meat on with Restaurant Gwendolyn and some of the tastiest restaurants in town at Charcuterie Week 2014. Cured, smoked and preserved meats made right here in the Alamo City will be served from Tuesday, July 22 to Saturday, July 26 and all boards will be $20. Participants include Where Y’ at Food Truck, Sandbar, The Granary, Barbaro, Cured, The Monterey, Mixtli, El Machito, Tre Trattoria, Arcade Midtown Kitchen and more. $20, time and location varies,

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