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Dai Due Now at Triangle Market; A "Skinny" Alamo Menu

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THE TRIANGLE — Dai Due opens their butcher shop today at the Triangle Farmers Market, which runs from 3-7pm. They will have a selection of sausages, preserves, mustards, and their meatloaf for taking home. For having a picnic there at the market they;ll have pork rillettes, homemade herbed ricotta, chutney, pickles and toasted Amity baguette. [Facebook]

SOUTH — Whip-In will host the folks from Ranger Creek on Friday, November 11th for a beer and bourbon party. The event will run from 5-7pm with both the distiller and brewer in the store. [Facebook]

MOVIE MENUS — The Alamo Drafthouse will feature a specially-themed dinner and drink menu for the upcoming release of Pedro Almodovar's new film, The Skin I live In. Chef John Bullington has prepared five tapas dishes that will be available at The Alamo for the first two weeks of the film's run, along with Spanish wines. [-EW-]

DOWNTOWN — Bar Louie, a restaurant planned for a downtown location, will be arriving amidst some financial controversy. The owner of this restaurant import seems to have issues with bankruptcy. [scrumptiouschef]

CAMPUS — The Carillon hosts a bourbon tasting tomorrow with Garrison Brothers distillery, the first legal one in Texas history. The event runs from 6-9pm and is $40 per person. [Facebook]

Dai Due at the Market. [Photo: Dai Due]

The Carillon

1900 University Avenue, , TX 78705 (512) 404-3655 Visit Website

SFC Farmers Market at the Triangle

4600 Guadalupe Street, Austin, TX

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