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for Thu., Aug. 1
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    A Big Batch of Breakfast

    In case you haven't heard, our friends at Batch Craft Beer + Kolaches are now bringing their breakfast bonanza even earlier and better, with weekdays opening at 7am and weekends at 9am, and all of it resplendent with morning-time favorites like ham, egg, and cheese kolaches; bacon, egg, and cheese kolaches; maple-infused-dough kolaches with egg and sausage; and more. How often can we say "kolache," you wonder? Dunno, citizen – how many can you eat?
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    AJC: Black Food Week

    The Austin Justice Coalition's Black Food Week – extended to two weeks in this second year of the program – aims to provide the public with information about our city's longtime Black-owned restaurants that have become pillars in the community, hosting "Eat and Greet" social hours at a variety of excellent venues. Featuring shindigs at Mr. Catfish, Hoover's Cooking, Tony's Jamaican Food, Baby Greens, My Granny's Kitchen, and more – see website for details.
    Through Aug. 3  
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    Juliet Italian Kitchen: Summer Wine Dinner

    Enjoy a variety of Italian selections from this fine eatery’s updated bottle list, featuring wines from some of the best producers in their respective categories, showcased here as pairings with a four-course meal that includes seared shrimp with a mushroom duxelles and an elegantly veg-enthroned filet of beef.
    Thu., Aug. 1, 6:30-8:30pm. $100.  
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    Pitchfork Pretty: Rum for Your Life

    It’s not always about the goddamn tiki, is it? No! Chef Max Snyder’s excellent Eastside eatery is celebrating National Rum Month with a new program that features more than 40 rums from 20-plus countries. With rotating cocktails, flights, and rare finds sure to delight even the most jaded palate, this August at Pitchfork Pretty is shaping up as the most spirited month of tippling in town. (Our reco: Try the “Misfit Rum Flight” for one of those – whattayacallit? – next-level experiences.)
    Through Aug. 31  

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