4 Ways To Get Your Drink/Grub On This Week

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Rebel Mariposa and chef Yana Gilbuena during an event in 2014 - COURTESY
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  • Rebel Mariposa and chef Yana Gilbuena during an event in 2014

Saturday, January 31: In true pop-up fashion, Rebel Mariposa will team up with chef Yana Gilbuena, for SALO X Rebel Eats. The dinner will include three courses, with Deed Eddy Vodka cocktails, with both vegan and meat-based dishes with a Filipino twist. Gilbuena, has spent the last year traveling across the U.S., hosting similar pop-ups in an intimate setting. Proceeds from the event will benefit the ruralkids.org. $50, 7pm, address sent after purchase, eatfeastly.com.

Saturday, January 31: Cooking School instructor Hannah Smith will walk you through the ins and outs of gluten-free baking. Learn how to whip up orange cream scones, mocha layer cake, cranberry and oat sandwich bread and sweet yeast rolls. $60, 11am-1:30pm, 4821 Broadway, (210) 368-8600, centralmarket.com.

Sunday, February 1: The Super Bowl is here and you can take in all the action while celebrating Biggie and Pac at Blue Box. The East Coast vs West Coast match will include game food via the staff and cocktails such as the Juicy, Mo Money Mo Problems, Thug 4 Life and All Eyez On Me. Free admission, 5pm, 312 Pearl Pkwy, facebook.com/blueboxatpearl.

Sunday, February 1: On the Rocks Pub will host The Chili Bowl alongside the Super Bowl. Join the chili party as they serve up complimentary chili dogs, Frito pies and mac 'n' cheese with chili. No cover, 270 Losoya, (210) 228-0000, ontherockspubsatx.com.



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