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    La Condesa: Mexican Independence Day

    That Downtown, James Beard-nominated, modern Mexican restaurant joins the forces of their own Executive Chef Rick Lopez with chefs Aaron Bludorn and Drake Leonards to celebrate this day through interactive experiences honoring the cuisine, culture, and customs of Mexico. They’ll start things off with ¡El Grito!, a party at Malverde upstairs (Mon., Sept. 16, 6pm), featuring mezcal tastings and botanas, with the chefs serving up ceviches from black sea bass and pompano, and DJ Steven Lee Moya spinning the beats. Then (Tue., Sept. 17, 5pm) comes the first of the Sobremesa series of full-on collaborative dinners, and – yes, this is the way “party” properly becomes a verb, citizens. See website for details.
    $25 (¡El Grito!).  
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    Dripping With Taste: October Passports Available

    You know about this, right? That you can enjoy a self-paced, monthlong adventure discovering the trifecta of the craft beverage experience – beer, wine, and booze – with the Dripping With Taste Trail & Passport? The self-guided event is good throughout October in the scenic Dripping Springs area and gets you a complimentary tasting at all 25 participating wineries, breweries, and distilleries. And the passports are available now. Mmmm, that’s our kind of traveling!
    $50, individual; $90, couple.  

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