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San Antonio Restaurant Week

Prepare your taste buds for a wild ride because San Antonio’s Winter Restaurant Week is back! Culinaria, San Antonio’s premier food and wine non-profit organization, asks that you save the date for Restaurant Week, which will begin on Monday, January 15 and last through Saturday, January 27, 2018.

Not only does this event highlight some of the best local chefs and restaurants in town, but also provides the opportunity to support Culinaria’s mission and continued outreach initiatives, including their work within the community on the importance of conservation and sustainable farming practices through The Farm. With each meal ordered, all participating restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds — $1 from each lunch menu and $2 from each dinner menu ordered. So, get ready to celebrate another fun culinary event in the newly named city of gastronomy!

Participating restaurants will offer an array of prix-fixe menus – encompassing three-course lunch and/or dinner menus within two different pricing tiers:

Tier 1 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $15 for lunch and $35 for dinner

Tier 2 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $10 for lunch and $25 for dinner

To view the growing list of participating restaurants, visit www.culinariasa.org. Reservations are encouraged, and each establishment can be contacted directly.

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San Antonio Restaurant Week

Prepare your taste buds for a wild ride because San Antonio’s Winter Restaurant Week is back! Culinaria, San Antonio’s premier food and wine non-profit organization, asks that you save the date for Restaurant Week, which will begin on Monday, January 15 and last through Saturday, January 27, 2018.

Not only does this event highlight some of the best local chefs and restaurants in town, but also provides the opportunity to support Culinaria’s mission and continued outreach initiatives, including their work within the community on the importance of conservation and sustainable farming practices through The Farm. With each meal ordered, all participating restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds — $1 from each lunch menu and $2 from each dinner menu ordered. So, get ready to celebrate another fun culinary event in the newly named city of gastronomy!

Participating restaurants will offer an array of prix-fixe menus – encompassing three-course lunch and/or dinner menus within two different pricing tiers:

Tier 1 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $15 for lunch and $35 for dinner

Tier 2 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $10 for lunch and $25 for dinner

To view the growing list of participating restaurants, visit www.culinariasa.org. Reservations are encouraged, and each establishment can be contacted directly.

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San Antonio Restaurant Week

Prepare your taste buds for a wild ride because San Antonio’s Winter Restaurant Week is back! Culinaria, San Antonio’s premier food and wine non-profit organization, asks that you save the date for Restaurant Week, which will begin on Monday, January 15 and last through Saturday, January 27, 2018.

Not only does this event highlight some of the best local chefs and restaurants in town, but also provides the opportunity to support Culinaria’s mission and continued outreach initiatives, including their work within the community on the importance of conservation and sustainable farming practices through The Farm. With each meal ordered, all participating restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds — $1 from each lunch menu and $2 from each dinner menu ordered. So, get ready to celebrate another fun culinary event in the newly named city of gastronomy!

Participating restaurants will offer an array of prix-fixe menus – encompassing three-course lunch and/or dinner menus within two different pricing tiers:

Tier 1 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $15 for lunch and $35 for dinner

Tier 2 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $10 for lunch and $25 for dinner

To view the growing list of participating restaurants, visit www.culinariasa.org. Reservations are encouraged, and each establishment can be contacted directly.

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San Antonio Restaurant Week

Prepare your taste buds for a wild ride because San Antonio’s Winter Restaurant Week is back! Culinaria, San Antonio’s premier food and wine non-profit organization, asks that you save the date for Restaurant Week, which will begin on Monday, January 15 and last through Saturday, January 27, 2018.

Not only does this event highlight some of the best local chefs and restaurants in town, but also provides the opportunity to support Culinaria’s mission and continued outreach initiatives, including their work within the community on the importance of conservation and sustainable farming practices through The Farm. With each meal ordered, all participating restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds — $1 from each lunch menu and $2 from each dinner menu ordered. So, get ready to celebrate another fun culinary event in the newly named city of gastronomy!

Participating restaurants will offer an array of prix-fixe menus – encompassing three-course lunch and/or dinner menus within two different pricing tiers:

Tier 1 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $15 for lunch and $35 for dinner

Tier 2 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $10 for lunch and $25 for dinner

To view the growing list of participating restaurants, visit www.culinariasa.org. Reservations are encouraged, and each establishment can be contacted directly.

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San Antonio Restaurant Week

Prepare your taste buds for a wild ride because San Antonio’s Winter Restaurant Week is back! Culinaria, San Antonio’s premier food and wine non-profit organization, asks that you save the date for Restaurant Week, which will begin on Monday, January 15 and last through Saturday, January 27, 2018.

Not only does this event highlight some of the best local chefs and restaurants in town, but also provides the opportunity to support Culinaria’s mission and continued outreach initiatives, including their work within the community on the importance of conservation and sustainable farming practices through The Farm. With each meal ordered, all participating restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds — $1 from each lunch menu and $2 from each dinner menu ordered. So, get ready to celebrate another fun culinary event in the newly named city of gastronomy!

Participating restaurants will offer an array of prix-fixe menus – encompassing three-course lunch and/or dinner menus within two different pricing tiers:

Tier 1 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $15 for lunch and $35 for dinner

Tier 2 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $10 for lunch and $25 for dinner

To view the growing list of participating restaurants, visit www.culinariasa.org. Reservations are encouraged, and each establishment can be contacted directly.

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San Antonio Restaurant Week

Prepare your taste buds for a wild ride because San Antonio’s Winter Restaurant Week is back! Culinaria, San Antonio’s premier food and wine non-profit organization, asks that you save the date for Restaurant Week, which will begin on Monday, January 15 and last through Saturday, January 27, 2018.

Not only does this event highlight some of the best local chefs and restaurants in town, but also provides the opportunity to support Culinaria’s mission and continued outreach initiatives, including their work within the community on the importance of conservation and sustainable farming practices through The Farm. With each meal ordered, all participating restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds — $1 from each lunch menu and $2 from each dinner menu ordered. So, get ready to celebrate another fun culinary event in the newly named city of gastronomy!

Participating restaurants will offer an array of prix-fixe menus – encompassing three-course lunch and/or dinner menus within two different pricing tiers:

Tier 1 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $15 for lunch and $35 for dinner

Tier 2 establishments will offer a three-course menu and will cost $10 for lunch and $25 for dinner

To view the growing list of participating restaurants, visit www.culinariasa.org. Reservations are encouraged, and each establishment can be contacted directly.

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Feliz Tamalidad

¡Feliz Tamalidad! celebrates a San Antonio tradition by bringing together live music, tamales and family fun!

When: Saturday, December 9, 2017 from Noon-6:00 p.m.
Where: Hangar 9, 8081 Inner Circle Drive Thank , San Antonio, Texas 78235
Music by: Grammy Winners Los Texmaniacs, Bombasta and James Keith and the MoonDogs

*All proceeds from the holiday event benefit Southside First and Brooks Community Foundation, Inc.

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Tango of the Vines

Tango of the Vines is a celebration of the senses that will showcase the delicious and diverse cuisine of San Antonio alongside the palate pleasers of Texas winemakers.

On Friday, November 3, 2017, our 5th Annual bon vivant festival will be held at the beautiful Witte Museum. Indulge in an evening of Texas treasures that will tantalize your taste buds while topping it off with the best of local wines, brews, and expertly handcrafted cocktails!

All of the proceeds from this event will benefit the Amniotic Fluid Embolism Foundation continued mission to spur research, raise public awareness and provide support for those whose lives have been touched by this often-fatal maternal health complication. (For more information about AFE: www.afesupport.org)

 

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Fiesta Fun for a Great Cause at Taste of the Northside on Wednesday, April 26th

Alamo City Moms Blog is happy to partner with Brighton Center to make you aware of their wonderful services for children and fundraising events. It’s the most wonderful time of the year—in the Alamo City, that is. Doors are adorned with colorful wreaths, festive medals are sold and traded at every corner, papel picado (paper banners) hangs across trees […]

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