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    Central District Brewing: Hurricane Dorian Relief Benefit

    That small-batch brewery located in the central business district of Austin will showcase an array of collaborative beers to benefit Mercy Chefs, a nonprofit that serves professionally prepared meals for victims, volunteers, and first responders in national emergencies and natural disasters. That benefit part is why this event is good for humanity. Why it's good for you, specifically, Austinite, is that CDB's two-day event features innovative takes from Emmer & Rye, Suerte, and the Brewer’s Table. We know, right – nothing but this city's finest.
    Sept 21-22. Sat., 11am-11pm; Sun., noon-8pm  
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    San Gennaro Festival

    Like you need another excuse to visit that Mueller district of Austin? But, yes, on this day chef Fiore Tedesco and the fierce L'Oca d'Oro crew celebrates the patron saint of Naples with scrumptious takes on Italian American street food, live jazz and klezmer, face painting, and bocce ball. So – bring the kids, get you a fine slice or two, and bid adieu to this long hot summer!
    Sun., Sept. 22, 11am-3pm
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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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    Emmer & Rye: American Diner Brunch

    Follow the argument along with us: 1) Emmer & Rye is one of the best restaurants in this city; 2) brunch there is always @%#! incredible; 3) the newest brunch menubecause they change it every three months – features their version of classic American diner fare, resulting in such delectables as the patty melt (with Texas Black Angus, caramelized onion, Thousand Island dressing, American cheese, and romaine on rye), the Say When, Hun (yeasted waffles, chocolate shavings, whipped cultured cream, and fruit), and more; and 4) the staff will be decked out in uniforms that match the theme. Thus, the logical conclusion: Not something you wanna miss out on, n’est-ce pas, citizen?
    Sundays through Sept. 29  
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