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for Fri., Feb. 22
  • Home Composting Class

    Learn how to turn organic waste into fertilizer for your garden. This class is offered as part of the city's Home Composting Rebate Program.
    Sat. Feb. 16., 12pm-1:30pm
    Brite Ideas Hydroponics & Organics
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    Craftsman: Mardi Gras Takeover

    The lively East Austin drinkery unveils an amazing Mardi Gras pop-up experience featuring a delicious array of their favorite New Orleans-inspired cocktails and food, with the whole joint decorated to make guests feel like they've been transported to the middle of the French Quarter.

    Note: A recent preview reveals that, instead of just throwing some basic N'awlins-sparked flair at the bar, the Craftsman crew has researched that storied city's mixological history from 1800 onward … and used their intel to conjure freshly brilliant examples of vintage cocktails. We'll go out on a bead-draped limb here and suggest that you might never find a better Sazerac for years, for instance. But we'll also insist that we'd rather spend all night tossing back sugar-rimed coupes of that 1850-specific Brandy Crusta. Between bites of the special menu's succulent shrimp po'boy, to be sure. We mean: Laissez les bons temps rouler, baby!

    Feb. 20-March 5
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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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    King Cakes From Easy Tiger

    Here’s the facts, and we can’t hide ’em: These tasty King Cakes have a tiger inside ’em! These seasonal cakes from one of Austin’s favorite bakeries are made with pain au lait dough, filled with butter and cinnamon sugar, and come with a tiger figurine tucked inside (instead of that traditional plastic baby). And now, mon ami, they’re available fresh – for pick-up at all Easy Tiger locations, any time between now and Mardi Gras (March 5) with 48 hours’ advance notice.

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