Grub Time! Centex Event Line-Up

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Don’t let the heat slow you down! Unless it’s to grub of course. This week’s line up of events has everything from grub trivia to the BEST cocktail party in San Antonio.
[AUSTIN] Slow Food Trivia Grub 
-Sunday, July 21st, 12 pm – 4 pm
-$25 per person, $200 per team
-Shoal Creek Crossing Events Center, 8611 N Mopac, 78759
Join Slow Food Austin for its annual event – the first Slow Food Austin Grub Trivia. Test your culinary chops and nom nom knowledge;  enjoy a “Grub Crawl” of tastings from more than twenty of Austin’s finest restaurants and artisans; find some local brews, wines, and spirits on the bar menu where drinks will be happy hour-priced; win raffle prizes, from many local businesses and watch a raucous halftime show with a hog butchering demo by Salt and Time and live auction of the cuts with auctioneer Peter Remington.
[AUSTIN] Trailer Food Tuesdays
-Tuesday, July 30th, 5 pm – 9 pm
-Long Center for the Performing Arts, 701 W Riverside Dr 78704
Sample the delicious food trucks of Austin in one easy location. Try popular local favorites and enjoy something new every last Tuesday of the month. Check out this month’s truck line-up. 
[SAN ANTONIO] “Play Again” Film and Family Event
-Saturday, July 20th, 4 pm – 8:30 pm
-$25 per person, $200 per team
-Denver Heights Community Garden, 300 Porter Ave 78210
Join Green Spaces Alliance for fun and educational nature activities for Kids and Families. Participate in fun, nature-oriented kids activities, take a tour of the community garden, share a dish at the potluck, view “Play Again” and more.
[SAN ANTONIO]  Cocktail, the Event
-Friday, July 26th 7 pm
-Casa Rosa, 101 S. Santa Rosa Ave, 78207
Join the San Antonio Current for an unforgettable night of food, live music, art and apothecary-style drinks as ten of the city’s most celebrated mixologists compete to create the most delicious craft cocktail. Throw on your best Prohibition-era garb and come out to sip the tastiest drinks infused with locally-sourced ingredients and Pearl Farmer’s Market finds, plus signature cocktails from local bars.

About Sarah

Sarah grew up in beautiful Austin, Texas with an appetite for all things delicious. She spent her early years joyfully baking and cooking and soon realized her favorite part about food was sharing it. She has stayed active in the local food movement from volunteering with non-profits to supporting local farms to getting her hands dirty building community gardens. Other than cooking, eating, and talking about food, Sarah also enjoys music of all kinds, the outdoors in general, and wine.