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6 Ways To Get Your Drink/Grub On This Week

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Friday, September 11

One Lucky Duck: Don't miss out on another spectacular 8-course, raw vegan dinner hosted by One Lucky Duck at Pearl. With limited seating, you should get your seat now while they're still hot. One Lucky Duck provides a menu that will surely make you appreciate vegetables in your life. With dinner items from beet and pine nut ravioli to fennel and pear sorbetto, who knew vegetables could be so delectable? $47, 6:30pm-8:30 pm, 303 Pearl Pkwy #109, (210) 223-3825,

Saturday, September 12

Branchline Brewing: This month's Branchline open house beer tour and tasting includes samples of Woodcutter Rye IPA, Shady Oak Honey Blonde, and Evil Owl Amber. If you already have a Branchline pint glass, bring it along, and you'll only have to pay $3 for admission. The open house is kid- and pet-friendly, but bring some folding chairs because this event is limited seating. The fun doesn't end here, feel free to hang out after the open house in the Taproom until 8 p.m. $3-$10, 2pm-5 pm, 3633 Metro Pkwy, (361) 290-8817,

Sunday, September 13

San Antonio's Peace and Journeys Committee: Come hangout with friends and family at Lockwood Park and support the San Antonio's Peace and Journeys Committee’s mole verde plate sale. Proceeds from the benefit will help fund a trip to the intercontinental meeting at the Muskoke National Tribe Complex in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Plates include traditional chicken or vegan mole verde plate with white rice and black beans and a fruity agua fresca. $8, 11am-4 pm, 801 N. Olive St., (210) 207-7275,

Rata Blanca: For the next two nights, Hot Joy chefs Kenny Loo and Chris Cheatwood Chef's are cooking up a Peruvian pop-up at The Monterey. There will be eight menu items, all a la carte. The menu is coming soon but we can expect cebiche and anticuchos all night long. Prices vary, 6pm-10pm, 1127 S. Saint Marys St.,

Tuesday, September 15

Mezcaleria Mixtli: What better way to celebrate Mexican Independence day then with authentic Mexican food from Mezcaleria Mixtli. Mixtli is teaming up with Cocina Heritage to create some tasty authentic cuisines to commemorate the Mexican national holiday. If teaming up with Cocina Heritage wasn't enough, their will be tequila shots all night made with Viva Mexico. Prices vary, 5pm-2am, 5313 McCullough Ave., (856) 630-5142, 

Wednesday, September 16

FOLC and Alamo Beer: FOLC and Alamo Brewery are teaming up and bringing together a dinner that exclusively highlights Alamo Beer at Park Social. This enlightening beer menu will feature Golden Ale, Amber Lager, Pilsner and German Pale Ale. Not only will there be great beers, but great grub. With a four-course menu consisting of grilled prawns and pork belly, this is an event you don't want to miss out on. $43, 6pm-9pm, 224 E. Olmos Dr., (210) 822-0100,


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