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Thursday, November 5, 2015

11 November Foodie Events That We're Totally Hungry For

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Friday, November 6

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3rd Annual Tango of Vines:
This third annual festival features signature Texas Hill Country wines and of course, local brews. Enjoy live entertainment while sipping on a glass of wine or a handcrafted cocktail and sample bites from local eateries. Held at Lambermont Events, indulge in a night full of wines and brews all while benefiting the Amniotic Fluid Embolism Foundation. $20-$60, 7-11pm, 950 E. Grayson St., (210) 271-9145,

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 Enjoy Bratwurst and homemade German potato salad all from Creations Catering which will be the featured food truck at this years Wurstfest which runs November 6 through November 15. All your German favorites will be at this years fest including home made apple strudel and German and Texan brews for your liking. $8-$20, times vary, 120 Landa St., New Braunfels, TX, (830) 625-9167,

Saturday, November 7

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SA Homebrew Festival & Competition:
Cast your vote in this years 'Peoples Choice' homebrew competition hosted by San Antonio Cerveceros at Brackenridge Park. Along with the competition, you'll get to see homebrew demonstrations, join in on a raffle and win prizes from sponsors such as Taps Y Tapas and the Happy Monk and chow down on food from local food trucks. Free, 10-4pm, 3700 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 207-8480,

Sunday, November 8

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Picnic in the Park:
Come on down to the Hemisfair's Yanaguana Gardens and bring your lawn chairs to celebrate picnic in the park with local food trucks, yard games and a caricature artist for the kiddos and brews for the adults. Kick off fall with the family and enjoy live music from Ranch/House. $10, 12-4pm, 434 S. Alamo St., (210) 262-2502

Tuesday, November 10

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Concrete Jungle Takeover: Prepare for another takeover at Concrete Jungle dubbed 'O'Dulaney's II: Return To The Jungle' hosted by none other than Dulaney himself. Who knows what this mayhem packed evening has planned cocktail wise, you'll have to tune in to find out. Prices vary, 7pm, 1628 S. Presa St.,

Friday, November 20

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Alas, the holidays are here and what better way to get in the holiday spirit than a holiday extravaganza hosted by the Southwest School of Art. Adore holiday decor while sifting through artist and vendor tables, featuring local artist Gary Sweeney who created a special edition t-shirt for the celebration which will surely go fast. Going on all weekend, cross Christmas shopping off your list all while enjoying live music and holiday cocktails. Free, Friday 4-6pm, Saturday 10-5pm, 300 Augusta St., (210) 224-1848,

Friday, November 21

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Untapped Festival: Untapped makes it's way to the Lone Star Brewery this month and it's definitely something to be excited about. Featuring 50 breweries and 200 plus beers from Goose Island, Freetail Alamo and Alchemy & Science just to name a few. Check out headlining bands Metric, Tokyo Police Club, Saint Motel and so many more all while sipping the beers of your dreams. $33-$65, 3:30pm, 600 Lone Star Blvd.; find tickets at

Thursday, November 26

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Raul Jimenez Annual Thanksgiving Dinner:
Give thanks for what you have this holiday season and lend a helping hand to the needy and senior citizens by volunteering for the 36th annual Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. Provide a heart-warming Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings to those in our community by either donating or volunteering this Thanksgiving. Free, 9am, 200 E. Market St.,,

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