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Alamo City Provisions

SPONSORED -- Happy holidays to all! We are getting ready for our last Alamo City Provisions dinner this weekend at the High Wire Art Gallery. We have had a great response form the city and great responses from all of our guests that have chosen to join the events. This last event (for 2014) promises to be very exciting. We have guest chef Heather Nanez from Bohanan's joining us with her rendition of 'Venus and Mars'. The drinks, wine and beer will be mixed and curated by the masterful Jesse Torres of Mixtli. We are looking to end this season on a big bang with you at this event. We have opened up the tickets to allow for 10 or so more guests. Please visit www.alamocityprovisions.com to purchase your tickets.

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