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4 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub on This Weekend

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Cochon de Mayo: You don't really need a reason to head down to Rumble for great cocktails on the cheap and tasty bar snacks from the Where Y'at Food Truck. For Cinco de Mayo, the kitchen is firing up their Caja China for a Cajun pig roast. Stop in for drink specials and $12 plates with sides. Free admission, 5pm, 2410 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 365-3246,

Queso Bowl: For its third annual event, Young Texans Against Cancer's San Antonio chapter is bringing some of the city's best eateries together, including The Granary 'Cue & Brew, Lüke San Antonio, Cooper's Meat Market, Smoke Shack BBQ and more in making the best, most velvety tortilla chip dippin' queso around. $30 in advance, $40 at the door, 5:30-8:30pm, Old Cavander Cadillac, 801 Broadway,

Savor the Arts 2016: The Young Artist Programs of the Southwest School of Art will host the fifteenth annual "friendraiser" with bites from Bakery Lorraine, El Machito, FrankieB Bakery, Neiman Marcus' Mariposa Restaurant, Paloma Blanca, Page Barteau Catering and more along with complimentary drinks and a private preview of Mona Marshall and Karen Mahaffy's exhibitions in the Russell Hill Rogers Galleries. $55-$130, 7-11pm, John L. Santikos Building, 1201 Navarro St.,

Terrible Two's Birthday Party: GS1221 is turning two with snacks from their newly added kitchen, limited tappings and rare bottles and swag from your fave craft breweries. Cheers! Free admission, 11am-11pm, 1221 Broadway, Suite 116, (210) 251-3184,

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