The Weekend Itinerary is here! For the week of November 6-12, Citygram recommends:
Yoga enthusiasts will love Wanderlust Festival, a four day celebration of yoga, music and wellness. Try standup paddle board yoga, blacklight yoga, yoga on a boat, or yoga to live music. The event will also offer several outdoor activities, such as an electric bike city tour, hiking, and guided runs and walks on the Lady Bird Lake trail and around the city. Get your tickets for one day, four days, or just a single activity. The full schedule is available here.
Cocktail enthusiast Lara Nixon of Bad Dog Bar Craft and Lenoir are hosting a bitters themed dinner, where guests will learn about the versatility of this commonly used bar ingredient. The dinner will feature five courses prepared by executive chef Todd Duplechan, who will discuss cooking with bitters, while Nixon will teach about pairing bitters with food. Guests will also take home a bottle of Nixon’s Bad Dog Bar Craft Bitters. Reservations required.
Fun, Fun, Fun Fest is back again with an amazing music and comedy lineup that includes: Nas, Modest Mouse, Girl Talk, Neutral Milk Hotel, Wiz Khalifa and dozens more. Be sure to check out the awesome food vendors while you’re there, including: Burro Cheese Kitchen, Chi’lantro BBQ, Juiceland and Frank (just to name a few). Citygram will also be there, so stop by our tent in the USP area for ping pong, Fakestagrams, and piñatas filled with prizes from Big Top Candy Shop, St. Philip, Banger’s and Uchi / Uchiko! Don’t have your tickets yet? Get them here.
Tailgate in style this weekend as UT takes on West Virginia at home with a party at Hotel Ella. Don’t miss the last throwdown of this tailgate series, which includes a buffet, cocktails by Deep Eddy Vodka, beer, wine, coffee from High Brew Coffee, broadcasts before and during the game on their big TV’s, and rides to and from the game. It all starts at 11:30 on Saturday.
$93/all inclusive; $75/without cider pairings
Epicerie and Argus Cidery are pairing up to host a pre-Thanksgiving feast, curated by chefs Sarah McIntosh and Wes Mickel. Menu highlights include: ham and pumpkin beignets, fried turkey, a spit pig and cornbread jalapeno stuffing. You can check out the whole menu online, which also includes a cheese course, dessert (of course) and the featured Argus Cidery pairings.
“The Goddess of Pop,” will return to the Frank Erwin Center Tuesday for a stop on her “Dressed to Kill” tour in support of her newest album, Closer to the Truth. Her Austin show will also include a performance by Grammy-award winner Pat Benatar with her husband and singer/guitarist Neil Giraldo.