Weekend Happenings: April 19-21, Part I

Tribeza has postponed this Thursday’s Lawn Party to the lovely French Legation Museum until next Wednesday, April 24 due to a rainy forecast. More details are available here.

Noble Pig Sandwich Co. will host its annual spring vegetarian dinner this Friday, April 19 at 8PM. The menu, listed below, is a break from norm at the meat-friendly sandwich shop, but in actuality, co-owners John Bates and Brandon Martinez happen to be married to vegetarians. The acclaimed Noble Pig Sandwich Co. recently landed on a Bon Appetite Magazine’s list of best sandwiches in the country.

Menu offerings will include:

  • Farm Egg in a Jar with cream, green garlic, maitake mushroom
  • White and Black Root Vegetable Salad with celery root, potato, black garlic, black radish, olives
  • Corn Nut Polenta with fermented tepary beans, onion confit, spring shoots and nasturtiums
  • Fruits, Flowers and Rhubarb with Texas strawberries, hibiscus flowers and candied rhubarb

The dinner will be held at 11815 620 N. Suite 4, Austin, TX 78750. Cost to attend is $65/per person, and reservations can be made by calling 512.382.6248 or emailing noblepigaustin@gmail.com.

Banger’s kicks off its new monthly Smoke Out Saturday event this Saturday, April 20. Each event will take guests on a culinary road trip across the country by celebrating the food and music of a different region each month. For the inaugural event, Banger’s is traveling to South Florida complete with a menu featuring a Sweet-n-Spicy Whole Hog Roast w/Cracklings to be served at 8PM. Being that Saturday is 4/20, it’s only fitting Saturday’s bash will pair its menu of smoked munchies with live reggae music. Cost to dine on the featured menu is $15. More info can be found here.

The 2nd Annual Vaca y Vino event, hosted by Lambert’s, will take place this Sunday, April 21 at Bridges Ranch in Wimberley, TX. The five-hour dinner party will feature chefs Larry McGuire and Lou Lambert roasting a 1,200-pound steer to be paired with plenty of Argentinian wine. In addition to meat, the menu features South American inspired sides. Cost to attend is $100/per person w/out transportation or $120 per person with transportation from downtown Austin to and from the event. Proceeds will benefit the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance (FARFA). More information, including tickets, can be found here

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