4 Things To Do If You're Single This Weekend


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Coffee & Chill: 
Joseph E. Coffee is hosting two nights of speed dating this Friday and Saturday for anyone that needs a last minute date for Valentine's Day. A ticket, available online or in store, is $25, which gets you free appetizers two  cups of either coffee or a specialty drink, a chance to win the door prize, and a professional photo booth to update everyone on your social media. $25, 7pm, Fri.-Sat., Joseph E. Coffee, 1111 S. St. Mary's St., (210) 451-1822.

Buckets & Bubbles: Want to embrace the single life instead of desperately trying to resolve it? The Old Main Assoc. is hosting a celebration of singleness with friends (or by yourself) on Saturday and Sunday, where $29 gets you four pieces of fried chicken and a bottle of cava (Rose or Brut). $29, 5pm, Sat.-Sun., The Old Main Assoc., 2512 N. Main Ave., (210) 562-3440, facebook.com

Local Saturday: Freetail Brewing Co. is hosting a tasting of coffee-flavored local beers. Each beer in the flight served will be paired with Bakery Lorraine macaron. You'll also get a chance to meet the roasters at Merit Roasting Co., the suppliers of the coffee that goes into Freetail's stout. $13, 10am, Sat., Freetail Taproom, 2000 S. Presa St., (210) 625-6000.

Tee Time with Tinder: Going through Tinder and happen to see a golf course? Topgolf is hosting a free event for everyone who swipes right on the Topgolf promotion. All participants will receive 30 minutes of Topgolf gameplay per bay, Tinder and Topgolf swag, drink specials and much more. Free, 7pm, Sun., Topgolf San Antonio, 5539 N. Loop 1604 W., (210) 202-2694, topgolf.com


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