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July 14th, 2015

Social Diary

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Detox & Refuel at W Austin | Stay This Summer |Sponsored Listing
Soaring temps means sizzling deals at W Austin (pictured). The rooftop pool beckons - plan your next girls getaway and get hooked up with gratis cocktails and spa services as part of your stay, or steer your guys towards a Bros & Brews package. The hotel is steps away from some of the coolest restaurants in Austin. Details.
National Ice Cream Day | Sunday, July 19
In honor of summer's most delicious holiday, check out A La Mode Gelato. What started as a farmers market sensation now has its own location at Blue Star Arts Complex, where it's still bringing a little bit of Italy to Texas.
¡Three Amigos! | Tuesday, July 21, 6:30 p.m.
The Briscoe Art Museum is holding a screening of the classic film as part of The Comedic West film series. Arrive early to snag a spot on the Jack Guenther Pavillion. Free to attend.
Visiting Chef Series | Thursday, July 23, 7 p.m.
Luke San Antonio will be hosting Chef Todd Pulsinelli of beloved Restaurant August in New Orleans for a deluxe four course meal plus passed appetizers and desserts. Think potato crusted oysters, roast duckling, and chess pie. Tickets available here.
Cheese and Charcuterie | Friday, July 24, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Taste Elevated Creation Center just opened, and the new home for creative cooking workshops is hosting a make-your-own meat and cheese plate (with wine pairings) featuring Claude Alexander of Alexander Vineyards. Tickets available here.
The Great Gatsby | Friday, July 24, 8:30 - 11 p.m.
The San Antonio Museum of Art's Film on the Green will present a showing of the 2013 Great Gatsby movie in conjunction with Slab Cinema. Bring a picnic and enjoy a drink from the cash bar.
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