Thanksgiving is almost here and a delicious feast with family isn't the only plan in store this week. There's plenty of San Antonio bars that have you covered with Thanksgiving Eve parties and more.
Cake Thieves is hosting a vegan pop-up market full of vendors selling food, jewelry, art and bath and body care. Food vendors range from Mexican to Indigenous fall food, to sweets such as pan dulce, cookies and doughnuts. Local artist Ana Bell Pepper will be present selling art and bath and body care include, but are not limited to, hair products, organic oil sprays, body and beard care and Indie skincare. Free, all ages, 6-9pm, 108 Blue Star.
Brass Monkey is hosting a party the night before Thanksgiving. Enjoy a night full of fun with music favorites by DJ Eddie and $2 you-call-its. Free, 21 and up, 10pm-2am, 2702 N. St. Mary's St.
Taken By Tides and Thee Musaic is hosting Thrashgiving at Paper Tiger, where you can listen to more than 33 bands. Bands will be divided between the main stage, the courtyard stage and the jam room. Bring a flyer or canned donation to get a $2 dollar discount. $8-$10, all ages, 4:30pm-12:30am, 2410 N. St. Marys, pappertigersatx.com.
The Martini Club is hosting a karaoke event with happy hour specials from 4-7pm including $2.50 wells, $2.75 domestic beer and $6 martinis. Free, 21 and up, 5pm-midnight, 8507 McCullough Ave., themartiniclubsatx.com.
Old Main Ice House is hosting an event full of food and live music. Midnight River Choir will perform at 9pm and two food trucks will be present. T-Mobile will also be on site with discounts, giveaways, deals and if you switch to T-Mobile you get 20 percent-off for life. Gas fire pits, patio heaters, and spacious seating will be included for your comfort. Free, all ages, 2pm-midnight, 110 Main St., Cibolo, olldmainicehouse.com.
Howl at the Moon is hosting a Thanksgiving eve party with plenty of drink specials including $4 Sam Adams Seasonal, $8 12-ounce cocktails, $14 mini buckets and $25 86-ounce buckets. 7pm-2am, 111 W. Crockett St., howlatthemoon.com.
Go two-stepping at Cowboys Dance Hall at their event, Thanksgiving Eve at Cowboys. The evening begins with free dance lessons and then continues the night with Marty Heddin and the Country Blues. 7pm, 3030 NE 410, cowboysdancehall.com.
This Thanksgiving eve party at Shenanygans Sport bar and Lounge 2 will feature DJ Ammunition. Drink specials will include $2 jello shots, $2.75 Dos XX, $3.50 Tullamore Dew, Knob Creek, Deep Eddy and Flavors. 10pm-2am, 21 and up, 8827 Hwy. 151, (210) 257-9726.
Whiskey Tree is celebrating thanksgiving eve with live music and drink specials. 8pm-2am, 7905 Bandera Road, whiskeytreesa.com.
At this event, Midnight Rodeo is giving you a chance to win a $500 cash giveaway. Be prepared to experience a balloon drop along with $2 wells, $2 Miller Lights and $2 Coors Lights until 11 p.m. $5 for ladies ages 18 and up, $5 for men ages 21 and up, $10 men ages 18-20, 7pm-2am, 12260 Nacogdoches, midnightrodeosanantonio.com.
Cootey's Tavern is hosting their annual Thanksgiving bash. Begin this event with a free Mexican food buffet at 6pm and then have fun with a live trivia from 7-9pm. $60 total prize giveaways will be available. 6pm-2am, 8318 Jones Maltsberger Road.
Enjoy the night at Brews Brothers for their Thanksgiving bash with drinks, a poker tournament beginning at 7pm and a beer pong tournament beginning at 10:30pm Music by DJ Tone will play from 10pm-2am. Free, 8pm-2am, 7403 Leslie Road, brewsbrotherssa.squarespace.com.
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