5 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub on this Week

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Saturday, March 29: Come drink for a cause. It's cocktails for the cure at Dor?ol Distilling Company benefiting Susan G. Komen San Antonio. 8pm-1am, 1902 S Flores, (210) 229-0607, facebook.com/DorcolDistilling.

Saturday, March 29: Gaucho Gourmet will present a very wide selection of cheeses with a grand cheese tasting of 40-50 of the best European and local Texas cheeses. Other delicious accompaniments will be provided along with Alexander Vineyards in attendance. $10, 10am-2pm, 935 Isom, (210) 277-7930, gauchogourmet.com.

Sunday, March 30: Chef Johnny Hernandez will have a pop-up Mexican brunch at Casa Hernan with carne asada, Yucatan roasted chicken, fideo seco, Oaxacan chocolate custard, agua de Jamaica and more. $19-$29, 411 E Cevallos, (210) 226-3670.

Tuesday, April 1: Blue Star Brewing Co. is taking over the taps at Lüke with a Texican lager, marzen, spire stout, flying pig extra pale pale ale and raspberry geyser. Free pint glass with purchase. 3-8pm, 125 E Houston, (210) 227-5853.

Wednesday, April 2: In celebration of San Antonio's bike community, Alamo Bike Shop is hosting a First Wednesday Patio Party. Food trucks Winner Winner Chicken Dinner and Chocollazo will be there to provide some edibles and as per usual, the event is BYOB. 6-9pm, 1016 N Flores, (210) 226-2453, facebook.com/AlamoBike.

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