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for Tue., July 21
  • Texas Craft Brewers Festival

    The Texas Craft Brewers Festival returns! This festival features 80+ breweries with more than 200 handcrafted beers available to sample, live music, food trucks & more! General Admission and Designated Driver tickets are available now and typically sell out before the event - so don't wait!
    Sat. Oct 1, 2pm  
    Fiesta Gardens
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    Bao'd Up: The Chickens of July

    This local chain of succulent Chinese goodness has extended July 6th's National Fried Chicken Day celebration through the entire month. Yes, succulent: "We marinate each chicken thigh for four hours using a secret family recipe handed down over several generations," says Ting Li, the eatery's executive chef. "I can't tell you everything that's in it, but some of the key ingredients are Szechuan chili, Chinese cinnamon, star anise, and clove." So you can get that, plus two pan-seared buns, a side of Szechuan fries with spicy mayo, and a side of fresh coleslaw for just under ten bucks, at all four Bao'd Up locations, until August comes busting in.
    Through July 31
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    Delysia Chocolatier: Virtual Chocolate Tastings

    You know Zoom always works better when it's covered in chocolate, right? So we're telling you about Delysia's August series of tastings – an array of deliciously fun, interactive, and educational events hosted by the acclaimed Austin choco-mongers – and we're telling you early, because these things (each accompanied by four unique chocolate truffles) tend to sell out lickety-split. Check the website for details and to schedule your spot for Havana Nights (Aug. 2), Japanese Rising Sun (Aug. 9), Moroccan Medley (Aug. 16), Sweet as a Peach (Aug. 23), and Wine-a-Little (Aug. 29).
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    Suerte Taqueria: ¡Puro Pinche Pollo!

    Suerte Taqueria continues the monthlong celebration of that tastiest of yardbirds, the pollo. (Note for the monoglots: That's a chicken, mmmkay?) Each meal features a different half-a-chicken each week and comes with two seasonal sides, and it's enough for two people, and is available for dine-in or carry-out alongside Suerte’s regular menu. Up next, it's Mr. James Chicken Adobo en Stylo Filipino (Aug. 3-9), and, finally, People's Choice (Aug. 10-15) among the diverse styles they've been offering. Hey, you're a people – treat yourself and help them choose!
    Through Aug. 9

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