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8 Ways To Get Your Drink/Grub This Week


NAO teams up with the San Antonio Museum of Art for an evening of Latin culture and cuisine. - COURTESY
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  • NAO teams up with the San Antonio Museum of Art for an evening of Latin culture and cuisine.

Thursday, March 26: 
The San Antonio's River Foundation is hosting the 7th annual RiverTini Pour Off, featuring top of the line restaurants and bars that will be capturing the essence of the river. Make sure to try as many varieties of martinis as you can, but obviously don't get to wasted. $65 at the door, 6-8:30pm, Wyndham Garden Riverwalk- Museum Reach, 103 9th St, (210) 515-455,

Thursday, March 26: 
Alamo Beer Co. will be taking over The Cove with their new brews. You can also keep the pint glass that comes with the brew. make sure to meet and greet the brew master James Hudec. Some of the beers that will be offered are Alamo German Pale Ale, Alamo Pilsner, Alamo Amber Lager and Alamo Golden Ale. Prost. Prices vary, 5-9pm, The Cove, 606 W. Cypress, (210) 227-2683,

Thursday, March 26: You better be thirsty for Thirstday tonight. Missions Untapped will be basically having an extensive happy hour all throughout the night. Make sure to bring your furry friends as Missions Untapped is pet friendly. The only request they have is that your pet is kind to others. Prices vary, 4pm, 8123 Broadway Suite B, (210) 320-0486,

Thursday, March 26: 
South American dishes are making their way to SA tonight at the Wine & Dine event at the Copa Wine Bar. Start off with the delectable Peruvian Fried Yucca with Huancaína Sauce, paired with a fine glass Gran Reserva Chardonnay. $50, 7pm, Copa Wine Bar, 19141 Stone Oak, (210) 495-2672,

Friday, March 27: Go and enjoy Tim Doi' s South East Asian inspired goodies this Friday. LocaVore will be hosting the Tim Doi in front of The Brooklynite starting at 7 p.m. until all the food is sold out. Prices vary, 7pm, 516 Brooklyn Ave, (210) 591-9062,

Saturday, March 28: 
Out 4 Brunch is Out In SA's official coming out party. Sweet and savory foods will be accompanied with your choice of brunch cocktails. So don't miss out on the Bloody Mary's, mimosas and micheladas. A portion of the Out 4 Brunch proceeds will help benefit Southwest School of Art and Thrive Youth Center, which provides aid for disadvantaged LGBTQ youth. $40, 11am-3pm,Southwest School of Art, 300 Augusta, (210) 224-1848,

Sunday, March 29: As SA Beer Week 2015 is coming to a close. Alamo Beer Company is hosting a party in appreciation of all those who participated in Beer Week. There will be live music, and of course cold Alamo Beers. Free, 7pm, Alamo Beer Company Brewery, 202 Lamar,

Tuesday, March 31: You know usually Tuesdays are a lot less lackluster than Monday's, but it wouldn't hurt to spice up your Tuesday with Culture+Cuisine: Modern Mexico. Explore the Latin American galleries at SAMA, and then finish the Latin American tour with a dining experience at NAO. $65 each, 6pm tour, 7pm dinner at NAO, 200 W. Jones, (210) 978-8100,

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