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Friday, November 14, 2014

4 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub On This Week

Posted By on Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 10:46 AM

click to enlarge The Brooklynite - GRETA GARRETT
  • Greta Garrett
  • The Brooklynite

Saturday, November 15: Frolic through orchards and celebrate this year's olive harvest at Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard. Learn about the growing process, from planting to cultivating, and take in a cooking demonstration or two. The event includes outdoor cooking stations with goat-frogmore stew, whole chickens, Brussels sprouts, stone fruit, beets, squash and lettuces all using locally produced olive oil. $30 adults, $15 children 12 and under, 11am-7pm, 25195 Mathis, Elemendorf, (210) 621-0044, sandyoaks.com.

Sunday, November 16: Chefs Rebel Mariposa of Rebel Eats, Nadia Casaperalta and Erica Casares will take over Señor Veggie for a vegan brunch pop-up with featured artist Sadie Sheldon. Prices vary, 10am-2pm, 620 S Presa, (210) 228-0073, facebook.com/rebeleatsco.



Sunday, November 16: The Alamo City Provisions group is back for its fourth dinner, a harvest-themed family-style soiree. Dishes will be prepared by members John Russ (Lüke San Antonio); Pieter Sypesteyn (The Cookhouse, Where Y'at Food Truck); Diego Galicia and Rico Torres (Mixtli); Elise Broz (Biga on the Banks); Luis Morales (Humble House Foods); and guest chef Mark Weaver (Tre Trattoria). Cocktails, beer and wine pairings will be presented by Jesse Torres (Mixtli), and a portion of the proceeds will benefit St. Paul's Episcopal Montessori School. $120, 4-7pm, Lambermont Events, 950 E Grayson, alamocityprovisions.com.

Sunday, November 16: The Brooklynite is our own Winchester Pub every Sunday. Take comfort in the $6 Corpse Revivers as you watch the latest episode of AMC's The Walking Dead. Is your Zombie Survival Kit ready yet? Free admission, 7pm, drink specials from 8-9pm, 516 Brooklyn, (210) 444-0707, thebrooklynitesa.com.

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