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5 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub on This Week


Help Southerleigh's Les Locke raise funds for the San Antonio branch Make-A-Wish Foundation. - SOUTHERLEIGH FINE FOOD & BREWERY/FACEBOOK
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  • Help Southerleigh's Les Locke raise funds for the San Antonio branch Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Wednesday, January 20
Cheese Tasting:
Head over to Nectar Wine Bar & Ale House to celebrate National Cheese Day and prepare for your next cheese board encounter. Free, 7-9pm, 214 Broadway, (210) 375-4082,

Friday, January 22
Greek Cooking Class:
Learn about the art and romanticism of Mediterranean cuisine in a class hosted by Central Market's cooking school staff. The class features five dishes, and is offered to anyone ages 18 and up. $65, 6:30-9pm, 4821 Broadway, (210) 368-8617,

Saturday, January 23
Bienvenidos Vegans:
On the final day of Culinaria's Restaurant Weeks, come out to the new La Bot├ínica and enjoy a three-course, all-vegan dining experience. $1 from lunch menus and $2 from dinner menus goes toward the Culinaria organization and its programs. $25, 4pm-2am, 2911 N. St. Marys St., (619) 886-2594,

Sunday, January 24
Everything Will Be Alright Party:
Join head brewer of Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery Les Locke (who recently overcame an experience with cancer) for an afternoon of craft beer, food, and good times at Freetail Brewery. Beers from Freetail, Southerleigh, Ranger Creek, 5 Stones, Alamo Beer, Blue Star and more will be featured, and all proceeds and donations from the event will go directly to the San Antonio chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Free, 2pm, 2000 S Presa St., (210) 625-6000,

Monday, January 25
Cutting Like a Pro:
Transform the way you use a knife! Join Sur la Table's Rene Guerrero for a hands-on lesson in the technique, skill and care of knives in the kitchen. The class is available for everyone ages 18 and up. $59, 11am-1pm, 15900 La Cantera Pkwy., (800) 243-0852,

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