8 June Events We're Gearing Up For


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Saturday, June 20: Milan & Turin will host their second Tiki Takeover at the Concrete Jungle.  The professional bar team will be giving the staff of the Concrete Jungle as they concoct one-time featured cocktails along with a series of classic rum-based cocktails. Free admission, 8pm-2am, 1628 S. Presa, (210) 373-9907.

Thursday, June 25: Dorćol Distilling Company and Cocina Heritage The Restaurant will be hosting a Summer Dinner at the Distillery. The four course dinner will be limited to 20 people, so make sure to RSVP early to get some of the company's award-winning spirit and dishes by Cocina Heritage. Tickets are $75, 6:30pm-8:15pm, 1902 S. Flores St., (210) 229-0607.

Friday, June 26: The San Antonio Museum of Art is hosting All American Picnic: Closing Week Celebration for Jamie Wyeth. Jamie Wyeth gallery tours will take place early and the evening and will be followed up by a showing of the Wes Anderson film, Moonrise Kingdom. You can either pack a picnic or reserve a picnic for two for $40 from Uncommon Fare. Free admission, 7pm-11pm, 200 W. Jones Ave., (210) 978-8100.

Saturday, June 27: Missions Untapped is celebrating their one year anniversary. The all day event will feature brews from New Braunfels Brewing Co., food from The Spud Wagon, and music from DJ Slingshot. Also included is the opportunity to purchase a limited edition pint glass with three pours. Free admission, noon, 8123 Broadway, (210) 320-0486.

Sunday, June 28: The guys from Tim Doi are hosting a pop-up at Folc where they'll take Southeast Asian flavors and apply modern techniques. The six-course dinner will includes kimchi consomé with silken tofu, cured fish with sprouts, lacquered quail, variations of fungus, shaking beef with soy gastrique and a black dessert with pandan paint, black rice paper, black bean ice cream and chicory. The evening includes cocktails by Milan & Turin consulting. $75, 226 E. Olmos Drive, RSVP to KWSorrells@gmail.com.

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