SULLIVAN'S PINK MENU FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS All month long Sullivan's Steakhouse, 300 Colorado #200, 495-6504. $39.95. www.sullivanssteakhouse.com
FOOD FIGHT ONLINE CHARITY AUCTION The Austin chapter of Les Dames d'Escoffier launches their fourth annual Food Fight online fundraiser, which offers more than 50 unique and taste-tempting culinary experiences ranging from foodie getaways to hands-on cooking classes to signed cookbooks and exclusive restaurant dinners. The 12-day online bidding begins on Oct. 8 at www.austinfoodfight.org and proceeds will benefit culinary scholarships for young women and local school gardens.
JARRITOS FLAVOR FESTIVAL Friendly masked Mexican luchadores will be part of the Jarrito's team, offering refreshing exotic fruit beverages to thirsty ACL-fest goers in the parking lot here all weekend. Enjoy adult beverages made with Jarrito's sodas inside the saloon or just hang around outside enjoying the Federico Archuleta mural and spinning the Wheel of Oportunidad for prizes. Fri.-Sun., Oct. 12-14 Barton Springs Saloon, 424 S. Lamar, 512/482-9673. www.bartonspringssaloon.com
13TH YEAR ANNIVERSOIREE WEEK Customers are encouraged to drop by this week so the Kamburis brothers can express their gratitude for 13 happy years in business with food and drink specials plus live musical entertainment every night. Oct. 15-22 Satellite Bistro & Bar, 5900 Slaughter #400, 512/288-9994. www.satellitebistroandbar.com
TRULUCK'S BAD PANTS OPEN FOR AUTISM SPEAKS Enjoy a day on the links to benefit Autism Speaks at the Bad Pants Open with a silent auction, prizes, and lunch catered by Truluck's. Register to play online. Mon., Oct. 15, (2012) River Place Country Club, 4207 River Place Blvd., 512/346-1114. www.trulucksbadpantsopen.com
FOURTH ANNUAL PEPE Z TEQUILA PARTY Enjoy an evening on the patio with a pig roast, $5 Pepe Z Tequila cocktails, and live music. Tue., Oct. 16, 5-10pm. (2012) Jack Allen's Kitchen, 7720 Hwy. 71 W., 512/852-8558. www.jackallenskitchen.com
AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL FILM & FOOD PARTY Local auteur Robert Rodriguez will host the 10th Annual Film & Food Party to kick off this year's Austin Film Festival. Rub shoulders with filmmakers and screenwriters here for the festival while noshing on signature dishes from top Austin restaurants, swilling cocktails from Twin Liquors, and bidding in both live and silent auctions, all to benefit the AFF Young Filmmakers Program. Reserve online or by phone. Wed., Oct. 17, 7pm. (2012) The Driskill Hotel, 604 Brazos, 478-4795. $100; $90 in advance; $75 for members and badge holders. www.austinfilmfestival.com
WIZDOM WEDNESDAY Author and relationship expert Dr. Pat Love will be on hand to speak and answer questions about effective relationship communication during a special three-course meal prepared by Dr. "Foo" Swasdee. Reserve by phone or email. Wed., Oct. 17, 6:30-8:30pm. (2012) Satay, 3202 W. Anderson #205, 512/467-6731. $30 plus tax and tip. email@example.com, www.satayusa.com
GEORGETOWN DINNER THEATRE INAUGURAL SEASON OPENS Georgetown Dinner Theater offers an interactive dining and entertainment experience with a buffet prepared by chef Alan Grimsley followed by a production of Steel Magnolias directed by Olin Meadows. Show runs Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Oct. 18-27, 7pm Lockett Buliding Banquet Room, 119 W. Seventh, Georgetown, 512/468-0610. $30. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.brownpapertickets.com
TEXAS ORGANIC FARMERS & GARDENERS ASSOCIATION FALL FUNDRAISER Enjoy locally sourced appetizers prepared by chef Sonya Coté and drinks from Pam Pritchard, in addition to a silent auction on the grounds of the historic farm. Thu., Oct. 18, 6:30pm. (2012) Boggy Creek Farm, 3414 Lyons, 512/926-4650. $45. www.tofga.org
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