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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

First Course: Wine tastings, markets and more

Posted on Wed, Oct 15, 2014 at 3:09 PM

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Alamo City Provisions Dinner

The Hangar Tavern (14532 Brook Hollow) is hosting their monthly wine tasting Thursday, October 16 from 7-9 P.M. and it’s honestly a deal you can’t beat. For only $10 you get 10 wine samples, light snack, and a raffle ticket to win some cool stuff. A professional sommelier will be there to help you sound like a classy wine drinker.

Night Market by Mujeres Mercado is happening this weekend at Main Plaza (115 Main Plz) and that means you can enjoy a night of shopping for cool items from local artisans, drinking local beer and wine, and eating some good grub from some of your favorite food trucks. Check it out this Saturday, October 18 from 7-11 P.M.

Everyone seems to be into the whole “running” thing now by participating in 5K’s, half-marathons, and even marathons. Well, if you feel the need to subject yourself to that kind of challenge you should should do so with the promise of good beer and a good time. The Alamo Beer Company Marathon Challenge (14405 Old Bandera) happening Saturday, October 18 at 7:30 A.M. is a great way to prep for your upcoming marathon;  finish your run with some craft beer and good food.

If you’ve ever had Mexican food, you’ve probably tried mole. The 6th Annual Mole Throwdown helps foodies all over San Antonio decide who in SA has the best mole. Head over to Centro Cultural Aztlan (1800 Fredericksburg) Thursday, October 16 with $20 for your ticket to dive into some good mole and to drink some beer.

Alamo City Provisions is hosting their October dinner this Sunday, October 19 from 6-9 P.M. at Landa Gardens (233 Bushnell). The night will include 5 seasonal, harvest themed food stations with cocktail and beer stations for $80 a ticket. This is the perfect way to welcome the cooler weather.

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