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for Sat., Sept. 7
  • House Wine's Fourth of July Picnic Pack

    House Wine is offering a Fourth of July Picnic Pack! The pack includes a fruity cheese board with manchego and smoked gouda, a charcuterie board, a six-pack of local beers (Native Texan Pilsner, Stash IPA, and Redbud Passionfruit Berliner Weisse) and a bottle of Summer Water rosé from Central Coast California. The total cost is $65 and it is available for curbside and delivery.
    July 1-July 5, 3pm-10pm  
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    ATX BaconFest

    Bacon and bacon and bacon! Also, bacon, as this lively celebration of those pig-based ribbons of deliciousitude turns the Palm Door into an epicenter of powerful porcine goodness, with many samples to nom upon, and vendors to buy from, and DJs spinning to get your hooves (cloven or otherwise) a-hoppin'. Only two days, but so many different ways to enjoy that b-a-c-o-n, baby.
    Sat.-Sun., Sept. 7-8, 11am-3pm. $25-50.  
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    Easy Tiger: Sour Beer Day

    Here's a day celebrating the sweetness (so to speak) of sour beers in all their liquid glory, with a frankly amazing selection of locally crafted sours and nationally crafted sours, all of 'em quenching your thirst all day long, right there at the original Easy Tiger location Downtown. Celis, Jester King, Blue Owl, Real Ale, Boulevard, Firestone, Upland, and more!
    Sat., Sept. 7, 11am-2am  
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    Rock Rose: Lone Star Throwdown

    The fun-loving Rock Rose crowd at the Domain NORTHSIDE is commandeering the whole damned street for this football extravaganza, staging an all-day tailgate party for two of the biggest games of the season – A&M vs. Clemson and UT vs. LSU – with a plethora of drink specials, beer games, contests of derring-do, raffles, and, you know, good ol' gridiron-sparked mafficking. (Note: The games will be broadcast live on screens in all the bars and restaurants.) You a sports fan? And not some sort of recluse? Why then, here's your perfect opportunity for some unabashed upscale camaraderie.
    Sat., Sept. 7, noon-9pm. Free, but let 'em know you'll be there.  
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    The Cupcake Bar's 9/11 Firefighter Love

    For the third year in a row, the confectioneers at Cupcake Bar celebrate Austin's first responders in the sweetest way they know how – by delivering cupcakes to fire stations all over the city. You wanna be a part of this goodness, you charitable citizen, you? A $20 donation buys a dozen cupcakes iced with buttercream and topped with festive sprinkles (and the bar's famous disco dust); then, on 9/11, one of the volunteer cupcake squad delivers 'em directly to a fire station in our community – and that means Round Rock and Dripping Springs and more, yes.

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