5 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub on This Week

Girls are heading to Cullum’s Attagirl.
Girls are heading to Cullum’s Attagirl.

Wednesday, January 13

Salud! Culinary Night: The Witte continues its monthly dinner program with the chefs from O'liva. Join chef Josef Davila and chef/owner Chuck Hernandez for a night of locally made breads and foods, including a kale and spinach salad with shaved beets, pears, Danish blue cheese and pecans; braised pork shank with smoky polenta and sautéed kale; and peach and blueberry cobbler topped with house-made granola. $45 for members, $50 for nonmembers, 6:30-8:30pm, 3801 Broadway, (210) 357-1910, wittemuseum.org.

Girls' Pint Out: Cullum's Attagirl is ditching dudes for the evening as the women of San Antonio's Girls' Pint Out chapter meet for a few beers, chat about style and build new connections. Free admission, 6:30-9pm, 726 E. Mistletoe Ave., (210) 437-4263, facebook.com/sanantoniogpo.

Friday, January 15

Branchline Brewing Anniversary: The guys at Branchline Brewing kick off their third year in business with two days' worth of releases and fun. On Friday, the brewery will release their sour and barrel-aged brews (4-9pm) followed by a cask session on Saturday morning (11am-4pm) and finally a seasonal and rare tapping. $15 presale, $20 at the door if the event isn't sold out, and $40 for an all-session pass, hours vary, 3633 Metro Pkwy., (210) 403-2097, branchlinebrewing.com.

Saturday, January 16

Chili Cook-off: Chili could come off as boring, sure, but at its core, a warm bowl of Texas chili can make everything right. Find out which mobile kitchen can make the best pot of the meaty stuff during the third annual food truck chili cook-off at The Point Park & Eats. Competitors include Pork U, Slider Provider, Caliente Grill, KR's Geaux-2 Catering and Benjies Munch. Pho U Vietnamese Cuisine and North Shore Shave Ice will also be serving up some goodies. Pair that chili with $2 Lone Star all day. Free admission, noon, 24188 Boerne Stage Road, facebook.com/thepointpark.

Tuesday, January 19

Mexican Street Food: Make cooking delicious tlacoyos part of your food goals this year. The Central Market cooking staff will lead this hands-on course on making chile de arbol and peanut salsa, tlacoyos de frijol and requeson, enchiladas verdes and bistek en salsa de chile pasilla. $60, 6:30-9pm, 4821 Broadway, (210) 368-8600, centralmarket.com.


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