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San Antonio Cocktail Conference: Opening Night

Because the San Antonio Cocktail Conference outgrew Bohanan's Courtyard almost immediately, the opening night festivities shifted to the Majestic Theatre in its second year. Now the third opening night affair held at the picturesque Majestic will feature a different floor plan with a stage over the seats, a better flow on the first floor and access to the second and adjoining Starlight patio, which overlooks a twinkly Houston Street. Opening night party-goers, who should don their finest cocktail attire, can expect live music by Mayer Hawthorne, 28 spirit stations and 16 food stations with noshes by the Art Institute; Guerilla Gourmet; Mixtli; The Granary 'Cue & Brew; The Friendly Spot; Inspired Occasions; Restaurant Gwendolyn; The Cookhouse; Folc; The Monterey; and Austin's La Condesa.

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