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    Fierce Whiskers: The "Matriarch" Dinner

    Chef Mia Li – known from Austin kitchens such as Lenoir, Kuneho, and Thai Kun – takes over the Fierce Whiskers tasting room to take guests through an omakase-style dinner inspired by the "food of our mothers” with Korean Ssam-style dishes (rock shrimp wontons, whole fish and crispy pork belly, and so on ad deliciosum) paired with three Fierce Whiskers cocktails.: We took a look at Fierce Whiskers recently, and what we learned only makes us more excited to experience this culinary collaboration.
    Sun., Dec. 11, seatings at 5pm & 7pm. $115.  
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    Get Lit Hanukkah Pop-Up Bar

    Josh Brownfield and team take over the bar with lively decorations and a special menu with Hanukkah-inspired cocktails, including Latke Punch, a play on the traditional dish made with potato vodka, apple cider, ginger liqueur, and lemon. Bonus: chef Amanda Rockman collabs for the eight days of Hanukkah (Dec. 18-26) with special treats, including rugelach with walnut, currant, and cinnamon sugar – and Jewboy Burgers pops up on Mon., Dec. 19, to serve sliders and latkes.
    Through Dec. 30  
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    Miracle on Fifth Street

    Yes, the Eleanor is featuring a drink menu filled with festive holiday-themed libations, thanks to Master Miracle cocktail connoisseur, Joann Spiegel. Choose from options like Snowball Old Fashioned, Christmapolitan, Jingle Balls Nog, SanTaRex, and many more. Of course the main and mezzanine bar will be serving their full menus but you can also avail yourself of the Ski Lodge with Miracle's signature shots served on a Shot Ski. It's a refreshing and wintery wonderland, and note: 10% of all to-go proceeds will be donated to the Austin Children’s Shelter, Austin Pets Alive!, and the James Beard Foundation Open for Good campaign.
    Through Dec. 27. $10-600.  
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