- Ian Wardzinski
- Alamo Beer is helping raise the barre.
Thursday, November 12
Latte Art: Thursday Night Throwdowns are back. This time, Rosella Coffee Co. will play host as baristas from across San Antonio and beyond in this latte art competition with Snake Hawk Press' fun prints and a few kegs of Freetail Brewing's La Muerta 2015. Rickshaw Stop will park out front with kebabs and samosas to soak in all the fun. $5 buy-in for participants, free for spectators; 6pm, 203 E. Jones Ave., Suite 101, (210) 277-8574, facebook.com/rosellacoffee.
Friday, November 13
Beer + Ballet: The Ballet Conservatory of South Texas and Alamo Beer are hosting a night of unlimited craft beer, appetizers, live music and mingling to benefit BCSTX. The organization helps support scholarships and free ballet instruction to children in underserved communities. Food trucks will also be slinging additional snacks for purchase. $35 in advance, $45 day of event, 7-10pm, 202 Lamar St., (210) 820-3400, beerandballet.eventbrite.com.
Saturday, November 14
Brats, Brisket, Brews & Blues: Gustav's Garden opens once more for a night of
Tuesday, November 17
Vinyasa & Vino: Practice vinyasa yoga inside downtown's latest wine haven. Nectar Wine Bar & Ale House will team up with Mobile Om for mindful movements and a glass of choice from their eclectic selection. $20, 5-7pm, 214 Broadway, (210) 375-4082, facebook.com/mobileom.
Twilight in the Park: You need more enchiladas in your life. This year's Twilight in the Park will feature a cocktail happy hour and appetizers and a four-course enchilada feast with recipes from restaurateur Cappy Lawton, writer and chef Chris Waters Dunn, and St. Anthony Hotel chef Michael Mata. Attendees will receive a copy of Enchiladas: From Aztec to Tex-Mex written by Lawton and Dunn. Proceeds will support programming to Travis Park. $150, 6-9pm, 301 E. Travis St., (210) 212-8423, http://saparksfoundation.org/events/twilight-in-the-park.
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