THEY HAVE A VEGGIE PLATE!!!!
Downtown Tuesday is in full-effect! Get your Downtown Say-Town fix with free parking and a really pretty day as a backdrop. Check the website for food truck choices.
Let me take a second to apologize for my lax posting schedule. I’ve been helping out a fellow small business owner with their holiday rush. I appreciate the opportunity and welcome his mentorship. Need to send a package in the NE San Antonio/Universal City/Live Oak/Cibolo/Schertz area? Then come by the Randolph Mail Center and get your gifts and deliverables packed and wrapped by a professional. Said pro wouldn’t be me, yet. But I’m getting better. 👍.
Don’t forget to check out the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show tonight on CBS!
For anyone who has tried to make that holiday batch of tamales…
The play captures three Latinas in an uproariously comical attempt at making tamales for the first time. Things become even more entertaining when the spirits of two seasoned tamaleras appear to help the novices make the perfect tamal!
Tickets Cost: Sec A – $25 Sec B – $18 Sec C – $15 Sec D – $12
Location: Guadalupe Theater, 1301 Guadalupe Street, San Antonio, Texas 78207
Times: 8 p.m. on Fri/Sat and 3 p.m. on Sunday
Phone: (210) 223-2009
Friday, November 27, 2015 – Sunday, December 13, 2015
“Yoga has been shown to increase physical fitness while reducing stress and anxiety. This weekly gentle yoga class focuses on flexibility, balance and proper breathing techniques. Wear comfortable clothing. Mats available but bring your own if you prefer.
CTRC, 1st floor Zeller Building
7979 Wurzbach Road
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Call 210-450-5574 for more information…”
Bud Light, The Taste invites you to sample the reason why San Antonio is celebrated for its food. Over thirty of the city’s gastronomists will be available for your grazing pleasure. Advanced ticket sales are closed as of today’s writing however, tickets are still available at the door for $30 (one-day ticket) and $70 (3-day ticket). “Bud-Light, The Taste is an affordable way to sample delicious food and be introduced to new restaurants”.
Food trucks and San Antonio. That goes together like bread and butter. San Antonians are a hard-working group that is always on-the-go but that small town feel will still make you stop and smell that home cookin’. Get some fragrance therapy while you take in the beautiful Travis Park in the heart of downtown SayTown for lunch sometime before the 28th. A little summer, some good eats, pleasant company. That’s a South Texas treasure right there!