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  • 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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    Austin Fermentation Festival

    This is a free educational event that celebrates all things fermented in Central Texas and features hourly workshops, dishes from local chefs and vendors, and an expanded farmers' market. Can it be fermented? It'll likely be showcased here in all its tasty, nutritious glory. (Note: Beveragewise, that means cider, mead, and kombucha!) Also – because this is Austin, right? – there'll be live music throughout the day. Bonus: proceeds will benefit the Texas Farmers’ Market Ag Producer Support Fund.
    Sun., Oct. 20, 10am-4pm. Free, but RSVP.  
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    Spill the Tea With the Beckies

    We love Fluff, we love drag, and we love Maeve Haven and Alysha Pretty. So come for their comedy, stay for the scones, quiches, and sweet treats – $3 from every carafe goes to Out Youth, too!
    Sun., Oct. 20, 1-4pm. $17.  
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    The Butcher's Ball

    Rockin' Star Ranch out near Brenham – perfect for a daytrip – is once again the site for this fourth annual culinary event that features more than 50 chefs, butchers, farmers, ranchers, educators, bartenders, and other leaders in the Texas food industry. (Bramwell Tripp from Loro and Foreign & Domestic's Sarah Heard & Nathan Lemley are just three of the Austin-based chefs.) There'll be so much going on at this carnivore-centric celebration – the Golden Cleaver competition, a public vote for the “best bite” of the day, the Open Fire Farm & Ranch Showcase, top chef cooking demonstrations, butchery demonstrations from two of the state’s top butchers (Central Texas Meat Collective's Julia Poplawsky and Jack Matusek of Raw Republic Meats), panel discussions, even kids’ activities – that you might forget for a tiny second you're surrounded by Texas ranchland. But live music will bring you back to the beautiful environs and you'll sip your expertly made cocktail and think, "Yes, this is exactly where I want to be." And, bonus, this all goes to benefit the Houston-based nonprofit Urban Harvest.
    Sun., Oct. 20, 11am-5pm. $100-250 ($30, ages 12 and younger).  
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    Asahi Imports: Onigiri Social

    Here's a fun family event with free samples and giveaways, a chance to meet your onigiri chefs, onigiri rice balls galore, and more – featuring tastings from Wismettac Foods, Pietro Dressing, Kumo Sake, and Boulanger Fermentation. Bonus: Live music by that happy-time jazz band, the Asahi Five.
    Sun., Oct. 20, 6-8pm  
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    ATX Street Party

    It's gonna be like you've been transported to the streets of Mexico as you mingle and make your way through the ATX Cocina patio that'll be decked out with multiple food stations, including a trompo of pastor for tacos. There'll be drink specials, too, of course – with proceeds benefiting Austin Pets Alive. And you're invited to bring your pups along to the festivities!
    Sun., Oct. 20, 11am. $35.
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    Mexic-Arte: Catrina Gala Dinner

    This spirited fundraising event reminisces the past and recognizes Mexic-Arte Museum’s present accomplishments in visual art and culture, welcoming some of Austin’s greatest luminaries for a night of art and philanthropy.
    Sun., Oct. 20, 5:30-9pm. $350.  
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    Roosevelt Room Master Class: Cocktail Creation & Mixology 101

    This two-hour introductory course will teach you about the five basic components of a cocktail, proper technique for mixing drinks, and the methods that pros use for creating original recipes.
    Sun., Oct. 20, noon-2:30pm. $75.  
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    Star Bar: Hail Mary

    It’s been voted one of the top ten Bloody Marys in America, and now Star Bar’s Hail Mary is back on the third Sunday of each month. The heaping cocktail is a collab with on-site food trailer Schaller’s Stube and features their glorious fried chicken sandwich – plus mini sausages, cheese, powdered donuts, chocolate donuts, peppers, pickles, tomatoes, and olives. You know what that is? That’s a meal in a glass, tell you what. This gig is usually sold out like whoa, though, so better make DM reservations via Star Bar’s Facebook or Instagram ASAP.
    Sun., March 15, 11am-3pm. $35.  
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