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Food Events for Thu., April 20
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    Stephen F's Bar: The Austin, 1920s

    Every Thursday for the month of April, Stephen F's Bar & Terrace will bring history to life at their vintage pop-up, The Austin, featuring dishes and cocktails inspired by the hotel's original menu (est. 1924). How about some panko-fried asparagus, Gulf blue crab salad, or porcini ravioli, and more – with, say, a Bee's Knees or Corpse Reviver No. 2 to wash 'em down with? You can even indulge, if you wish, in authentic Dominican cigars from Bolivar Cigar Shop – while you drink and dine and take in unparalleled views of Downtown Austin as live music fills the air: Just the thing, we reckon, to make this month's Thursdays roar with delight.
    Through April 27. Thursdays, 4-7pm
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    Tare x Calibrate: Omakase Dinner

    Chef Michael Carranza, formerly of Uchi, who has been hosting amazing pop-up dinners via his Tare and Texas Sushiko concepts, presents a 10-course omakase dinner infused with delta-8 from Calibrate Wellness. This multipartite feast, abetted by a flow of Tequila 512 and various beers, will sate you with its chef-made delicacies, then send you home with a sample four-pack of CBD-enhanced noms. Note: The event takes place at a secret location revealed with ticket purchase, and options for dosage totals include 20, 50 or 100 milligrams for the meal.
    Thu., April 20, 7-9:30pm. $150.  
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    Sway: Songkran

    The ever-swanky and succulent Sway is celebrating the Thai New Year called Songkran by transforming their venue entirely, with colorful floral installations taking over the whole restaurant and rooftop bar, and chef Randy serving special Thai dishes that aren't on the regular menu (and the regular menu, too). Khao soi? Yes! Prawn stir fry? Yes! Panang curry with braised short rib? Yes! And more, and of course an array of new, celebratory cocktails, too.
    April 13-20

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