Chow Times

Sept. 15-23

• Owners of Noble Pig (11815 RR 620 N. #4) celebrate the eatery's first anniversary by offering 15% discounts on all breakfast and lunch items. Ask about the new catering menu while you're there. Thursday, Sept. 15, 7am-3pm.

• An organization called Eddie Eats Out has created national Dog Restau­rant Week to spotlight dog-friendly restaurants around the country, including Snack Bar and Paggi House in Austin. See www.eddieeatsout.com, and make a date with Fido. Sept. 16-23.

Sazón (1816 S. Lamar) celebrates five years in business with a party, including drink specials, free kids' meals, and live music on the patio in the evening all day on Saturday, Sept. 17.

Opal Divine's commemorates National Talk Like a Pirate Day twice (!) as a benefit for the Breast Cancer Research Center of Texas. For a $10 donation at the door, enjoy pirate and wench costume contests and live music from the Jolly Garogers. Opal Divine's Freehouse (700 W. Sixth), Saturday Sept. 17, 9pm-12mid; and Opal Divine's Penn Field (3601 S. Congress), Monday, Sept. 19, 7-10pm.

• The wineries along Fredericksburg Wine Trail 290 (www.wineroad290.com) pair the Kiolbassa Provision Company of San Antonio and several Hill Country restaurants for Kiolbassa & Kabernet. Sample a different sausage dish paired with a distinctive Hill Country Cabernet at each winery. Saturday, Sept. 17, 10am-6pm.

• Chef Paul Petersen presents a multicourse dinner paired with California wines at Vivo's Lake Creek location (12233 RR 620 N.). $85 per person; make necessary reservations at 331-4660. Tuesday, Sept. 20.

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