4 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub on This Week

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Friday, November 28: This one's for the bros. Dallas-based Twin Peaks will host a "real black Friday" across the country as servers don their sexiest black lingerie instead of their usual teensy flannel "shirts." Stop in to your local man cave-esque Twin Peaks and take in the show. Hours vary, 12790 I-10 W, 702 NW 410, 103 SW 410, twinpeaksrestaurant.com.

Friday, November 28: Join Downtown San Antonio in the annual Lighting of the River Walk and enjoy either a prix fixe three-course menu in Lüke's main dining room or a buffet menu in the River view dining room, which includes jambalaya, beef rib-eye, roasted oysters, potato salad, smothered green beans, house-made cornbread and more. $65 per adult/$36 per child in the main room, 6-11pm, or $85 per adult/$39 per child upstairs, 6:30-9:30pm; 125 E Houston, (210) 227-5853, lukesanantonio.com.



Saturday, November 29: The holidays means costume parties and weird situations with your siblings. Take them to Tucker's Kozy Korner for this post-Thanksgiving '90s Dance Party with The SA Town Get Down. Costumes are strongly encouraged. Free admission, 9pm, 1338 E Houston, (210) 320-2192, tuckerskozykorner.com.

Sunday, November 30: Friendly Spot is turning five with a blowout fundraiser. Raffle tickets will be sold, benefitting the Bonham Academy, for a chance to score one of 100 birthday gifts available including Alamo Beer swag and gift certificates for The Bike Waiter. 11am, 943 S Alamo, (210) 224-2337, facebook.com/TheFriendlySpot.



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