March Foodie Happenings, Part I

 

Happenings

Happenings

Tamale House East is celebrating a year of success Friday, March 1 by paying it forward in the way of fantastic drink specials! Join Tamale House East from tonight until 10pm for $1 Victorias and $2 Micheladas. If you haven’t tried our Tamale House East, make tonight the night to try out their delicious enchiladas. Big congratulations to Tamale House East! Tamale House East is located at 1707 East 6th Street, Austin, TX 78702.

On Saturday, March 2 beginning at 6pm, Scrumptious Chef R.L. Reeves, Jr. is back with another installment of his increasingly popular Chef Pop-up Series. For his 9th dinner event, Reeves, Jr. is going big by showcasing Akaushi beef, a rare Japanese waygu sourced from Heartbrand in Youkum, TX, throughout Saturday’s menu. The multicourse, a la carte menu will include dishes such as chicken fried steak, Texas red chili, Chili Con Queso, Texas Hot Sausage, and much more. Prices per dish range from $5-$25. Saturday, of course, is Texas Independence Day, and what better way to celebrate by dining on a menu filled with Texas favorites!

For more details, including RSVP, please visit here: http://bigbeefpopup.eventbrite.com

Henri’s Cheese & Wine will celebrate its new Sunday hours by hosting a series of events beginning this Sunday, March 3. Henri’s Cheese will show two screenings of Wallace & Gromit. The screenings begin at 2:00pm and 3:30pm, respectively. Throughout the afternoon, Henri’s will play homage to the movie by offering samples of English cheeses, including Wallace’s favorite Wensleydale.

Henri’s, 2026 S.Lamar, Austin, Tx 78704

 It’s the first weekend of the month meaning it’s also time for another serving of brunch at Swift’s Attic on Sunday, March 3 from 10:30am-2:30pm. The decadent menu includes dishes foie gras PB&J pancakes, antelope steak & eggs, and grilled quail. Reservations can be made by calling 512.482.8200. http://www.swiftsattic.com/

Swift’s Attic, 315 Congress Ave., Austin, TX 78701.

Antonelli’s has released their latest schedule of Cheese 101 classes, found here. During these classes, guests will learn about the seven main types of cheese in an intimate setting. There will of course be plenty of samples to ensure a full understanding. Each class costs $35-$40 and generally take place on a weeknight from 6:15-8:30pm. Antonelli’s popular classes tend to fill up quickly, meaning there is no time like the present to make your reservation. More details and tickets found here: http://www.antonellischeese.com/happenings.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Comments are closed.