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    Central Market Cooking Classes

    Check out the CM Cooking School for a full slate of classes covering everything from savories to sweets, from paella to pork to pomegranate au gratin. Always a good idea to schedule a class and learn new skills and tips from this hometown bastion of instructional gastronomy. (We’re especially looking forward to Sushi 101, taught by Central Market’s April Gutierrez on April 19.)
    Daily. Weekdays, 6:30pm; Sun., 5:30pm; Sat., times vary  
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    Guild Happy Hour: Extended Menu

    So, serving up exquisite sea-centric fare for dinner isn't enough for Chef Sterling Ridings, now he's got to increase the goodness of Guild's happy hour with lavender-brined fried chicken, a vegan summer "ceviche," clam beignets, and other specials? The answer – we say, happily licking our chops and taking another sip of their new Kentucky Mule cocktail – the answer is, "Yes, he does." Clam beignets? Happiest hour.
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    Pay It Forward with Daniel Curtis

    This eighth annual event is a fundraiser for spinal cord injury and features more than 20 of the city’s most celebrated restaurants. The Carillon, Uchiko, Barley Swine, Odd Duck, Juniper, Salt Traders, Jack Allen’s Kitchen, Olive & June, Parkside, TRIO, District Kitchen, oh, we'll stop now – but of course there's more. And an open bar stocked by Treaty Oak Distilling, Patrón Spirits, Dulce Vida Tequila, American Born Whiskey, The Tipsy Texan, Austin Eastciders, and so on in a delicious tippling fashion. And live music from the Nightowls.
    Thu., Aug. 2, 6-10pm. $75-150.  
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    Salty Sow: Homegrown by Heroes Lunch

    The popular neighborhood gastropub has teamed up with veteran-owned Ranger Cattle to offer wagyu burgers and meatloaf sandwiches on their patio on Thursdays and Fridays, with a portion of sales going to benefit the Homegrown by Heroes program.
    Thu.-Fri., 11am-2pm.

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