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Summer Shindig

Chef Michael Bomberg plans to put some sizzle into summer with a series of Pop Up Parties at The Veranda, a 1920s mansion once owned by the founders of The Slimp Oil Company. Savory summer edibles and ice cold libations will entice guests to dine alfresco for the first "Remember The Alamo Beer Dinner" to be held on the Veranda’s dining pavilion. The repast will feature four courses executed by Bomberg paired with seasonal craft beers from Alamo Beer Company.

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  • The Veranda

    1746 Lockill Selma, San Antonio San Antonio

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