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A Night in Jerusalem Wine Dinner at Copa Wine Bar

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Join in on September 29th at 7 pm for the Wine & Dine Event "A Night in Jerusalem." Join this tasting tour of delicious eats & curated wines from across Israel! Experience the magic of tasty Falafel Waffles & the classic Middle Eastern street food, Shawarma! Tickets are only $75 per person and are all-inclusive! Reservations are required to attend the event and can be made by calling (210) 495-2672. Beer pairings are also available on request.

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  • Copa Wine Bar

    19141 Stone Oak Pkwy, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 495-2672

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