Proudly “promoting San Antonio as a premier food and wine destination” since 2010, the local nonprofit Culinaria is behind the Jason Dady-driven Titans of Tailgate event (January 27), a breezy, boozy 5K Wine & Beer Run (save the date for March 16) and a full-fledged festival spread across various venues (set for May), but it’s arguably best recognized for its biannual Restaurant Weeks that unite San Antonio, Boerne and New Braunfels eateries offering fixed-price menus with a portion of proceeds benefiting the organization’s outreach and programs.
Rolled out in August of 2010 and expanded to include a winter edition in 2015, the initiative functions as an excellent excuse to splurge a little, ideally while trying out one of the new or enduring restaurants on your to-visit list. With prices ringing in between $15 and $45 per person ($15 for lunch, $25 for breakfast or brunch, and $35-$45 for dinner), consider it a challenge to amp up your knowledge of San Antonio’s expanding culinary landscape — and maybe find a new favorite in the process.
$15-$45, times and locations vary through February 2, culinariasa.org.
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