7 Ways To Get Your Drink/Grub On This Week

Take a charcuterie crash course at Central Market. - DAVID RANGEL
David Rangel
Take a charcuterie crash course at Central Market.

Wednesday, March 4: The Jason Dady Restaurant Group is bringing out the big guns as 10 of its female chefs team up for a Ladies Night Out multi-course dinner inside Tre Trattoria Alamo Heights. The evening kicks off with a reception and hors d'oeuvres, followed by five courses designed collectively by Catarina Paxton, Margeaux Alcorta, Samantha Seeley, Ellie Perez, Jordyn Schmidt, Carmine Hernandez, Liz Hernandez, Ninfa Sanchez , Laura Loomis and Janie Linder. Look forward to grilled Texas quail, fresh semolina orechiette pasta, citrus- and herb-crusted market fish and a deconstructed tiramisu. $65, 6:30pm, 4003 Broadway, 805-0333, tretrattoria.com.

Thursday, March 5: Napa Valley invades Las Canarias, which will host The Celani Family portfolio of wines. The five-course dinner includes the winery's Chardonnay rosé "Tenacious" red blend, cabernet sauvignon and the Fladgate LBV port alongside dishes created by chef Ben Knack. $105, 6:30pm, 112 College St., 518-1063.

Thursday, March 5: The Current hosts the second "San Antonio Flavor" event with celebrity guests and chefs teaming up to raise funds for culinary scholarships. The evening includes a foodie throwdown, snacks from 25 of the city's best eateries and vino via Barefoot Wine. $60-$70, 7pm, 200 W. Jones Ave., 227-0044, sacurrentflavor.com.

Saturday, March 7: Start your weekend off with Flow & Joe at Rosella Coffee Co. Mobile Om, a San Antonio-based yoga movement brings the Vinyasa to you — just make sure to pack your mat. $10, 203 E. Jones Ave., 277-8574, facebook.com/MobileOm.

Saturday, March 7: Plan an Indian feast with flavors ranging from Goa to Punjab to Kerala. This Food Enthusiast course at The Culinary Institute of America-San Antonio will showcase seasonal ingredients and cooking techniques through recipes such as lamb with vinegar and garlic, cashew nuts with coconut and mixed vegetable curry and more. $250, 9am-2:30pm, 312 Pearl Pkwy., Building 3, 554-6400, ciachef.edu/texas.

Tuesday, March 10: Silo Elevated Cuisine at 1604 welcomes Chateau Montelena wines for a five-course dinner. Sample the 2013 sauvignon blanc, 2012 Chardonnay, a 2011 cabernet sauvignon as paired with dishes like pan-seared scallop, lobster tail and vegetable hash and grilled prime New York Strip steak. $145, 6:30pm, 434 N. Loop 1604 W., Suite 1106, 483-8989.

Wednesday, March 11: Central Market gets a dose of Cured when it hosts chef Steve McHugh for a charcuterie crash course. Learn how the chef builds his beautiful boards using recipes for apple, jalapeño and pork rillettes, chicken liver mousse with fennel top marmalade, lamb and citrus terrine with dark beer mustard and tarragon-chocolate ganache with ice cream. $55, 6:30-9pm, 4821 Broadway, 368-8617, centralmarket.com.

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