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6 can't-miss food and drink events happening in Austin this week

6 can't-miss food and drink events happening this week

Banger's Sausage House and Beer Garden Austin restaurant Rainey Street smokeout patio 2015
Banger's celebrates its third anniversary with a big bash. Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden

This week is full of boozy fun, from lovely wine dinners to raucous craft beer celebrations. Take a bite out of these food and drink happenings, or check out our calendar for a full list of events.

Andiamo Ristorante's Monthly Wine Dinner
The July menu for Andiamo's supper series includes Italian delicacies such as pollo alla cacciatora and torta caprese paired with some of Italy's finest boutique wines. The four-course meal is all yours $50.
Tuesday, July 28 at 7 pm

LaV presents "Flights & Bites"
This East Austin gem's dinner series continues with an emphasis on the French coastal regions. Lovely bites will be paired with wines from Provence, Basque and more. Tickets cost $55.
Wednesday, July 19 at 5:30 pm

Sauce & Soul
Some of your favorite local radio stations are throwing a special happy hour with treats from Austin eateries, amazing craft cocktails and a live performance from Soul Track Mind at Brazos Hall. Tickets are just $10.
Wednesday, July 19 at 6 pm

TenOak presents a Russell’s Reserve Whiskey Pairing
Enjoy a whiskey pairing of Russell's Reserve with plates from TenOak Bourbon House + Kitchen for $30. Bruce Russell, grandson of master distiller Jimmy Russell, will be your host for the evening.
Wednesday, July 19 at 7 pm

Flour and Vine presents "Reds, Whites & Savory Bites" hosts a special wine dinner at Flour and Vine featuring pairings from founder and guest sommelier LaSaan Georgeson. The $40 ticket includes four small plates and five wine tastings.
Thursday, July 30 at 7 pm

Banger's Third Anniversary Party and Beer Festival
This popular Rainey Street hangout is celebrating its birthday in true Banger's fashion with live music, delicious sausage and (of course) tons of craft beer. Admission is free, just bring some cash for food and drinks.
Saturday, August 1 at 11 am