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First Course Fodder: Sing for your supper, new cevicheria and a Chefs-for-Chefs pop-up

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The fiesta burger. (Courtesy)

In benefit of the Chefs for Chefs scholarships that help families in the food and beverage  industries, Culinaria is having a pop-up in the park. On Monday, April 28 from 7 to 9 p.m. Jason Dady of Umai Mi and Tre Tattoria, Jesse Perez of Arcade Midtown Kitchen, Stefan Bowers of Feast, Robbie Nowlin of Las Canarias, Mark Bliss of Bliss, Bruce Auden of Biga on the Banks, Johnny Hernandez of La Gloria and The Fruteria, Steve McHugh of Cured and Jorge Hernandez of Qui will all be serving up some flavorful bites at Twin Bros BBQ (12656 West). Tickets are $50.

Here’s something to look forward to on tax day: Hard Rock Cafe San Antonio (111 W Crocket) is having you “sing for your supper” on Tuesday, April 15. Patrons will get the chance to receive a free dinner from a new menu when they sing an entire song of their choice on stage. Performers can choose from a grilled vegetable salad, arugula salad or the fiesta burger.

Muelle 58, a new cevicheria bar and grill, offering flavors from the Pacific has opened. On the menu is ceviche, tartare and tostadas.

 

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