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Pasha Turns 10, Bakery Lorraine's Happy Hour, Plus More SA Food News You Missed This Week 

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Here's everything that happened in food and nightlife this week:

Schedule a visit to Jason Dady's latest restaurant inside SAMA for some Tuscan-marinated beef tenderloin, deviled eggs an other Tre faves.

We shared a look at Pasha Mediterranean's underdog success during their 10th anniversary.

We're cooling down with coffeeshop drinks including cafe de olla and passionfruit refresher from Art of Donut.

IHOP pulled a wild marketing scheme and the fast food power players weighed in.

Burger power players were busy this week with bun recalls.

We shared ways to treat your dad this Father's Day weekend.

Beer lovers can enjoy this week's featured Malört cocktail, topped off with Lagunitas IPA from Bar Du Mon Ami.

Taste Elevated in Castroville is teaming with the Cultured Host for a cheese-making class.

There’s a new vegan vendor at the Munch On Co-Op.

Basically, this was a banner week for SA veg heads with the opening of a second Earth Burger.

Hawx Burgers is giving SA more chances to score Asiago truffle fries.

Big Red and Krispy Kreme are bringing back a favorite from the Big Red and Barbacoa Festival.

Santa Fe Trail closed its doors after a year. 

Futbol fans: Here's where you can soak in all the World Cup action.

Bakery Lorraine's Rim location has added a pastry happy hour on weekdays.

A new Jimmy John’s sandwich shop opened on 12830 Silicon Drive with freaky-fast sandwiches.

Balcones Heights is welcoming a new Chick-fil-a on June 21. It will open its doors at 4455 Fredericksburg Road. 

So many restaurants, so little time. Find out the latest San Antonio dining news with our Flavor Friday Newsletter.

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