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A Look Ahead at Austin’s November Food and Drink Events

New month, six new food and drink events.

Wine & Swine in 2014
Wine & Swine in 2014
Robert J. Lerma/EATX
Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Sandwich Wire — If you’ve ever wanted to try famous sandwiches from across the country, now is the time to do so. Noble Sandwich Co. is part of Share Our Strength’s Signature Sandwich Swap, where five different shops will serve each other’s sandwiches each week in November. $1 of each purchase will be donated towards the No Kid Hungry campaign. This week, Noble is offering the Jon and Amy’s Double Dip from Zingerman’s Deli in Ann Arbor. Other restaurants include Butcher & Bee in Charleston, No. 7 Sub in New York City, and Bunk from Portland. [EaterWire]

Taco Cannons — The return of Fun Fun Fun Fest this weekend starting on Friday, November 6 means the taco cannon is back again. This time, it’ll launch the goods from El Chilito. [EATX]

Immersive Art DinnerSonya Coté will create five course dinners to go along with Monkey Town 6, a video art installation starting on Friday, November 6, until February. Tickets are between $45 to $65 dollars. [EATX]

Wine & Swine — The pork- and wine-loving event is happening on Sunday, November 8 at the Star Hill Ranch from 1 to 4 p.m. The lineup includes Franklin's take on whole hog carnitas, Andrew Wiseheart's smoked pig, Dolce Neve's cassata gelato in a lardo pie crust, and Lenoir's lemongrass pork. [EATX]

Brooklyn Brewery Invades Austin — The New York City-based brewery is coming to Austin again for the Mash tour. The weeklong event schedule is from Sunday, November 8 to Sunday, November 15. Brooklyn Brewery beers will be found throughout the city, including Easy Tiger and Waller Creek Pub. There’s a paired DIY dinner with the brewery’s chef Andrew Gerson at the Sustainable Food Center. Swift Attic chef Zach Northcutt will participate in the Three Headed Beast, where Gerson and Chopped chef Janelle Reynolds will prepare whole different animals. [EaterWire]

Magnus Nilsson in Austin — There are still tickets left for Swedish chef Magnus Nilsson’s book tour dinners on Wednesday, November 18, with Icelandic chef Gísli Matthías Auðunsson, which will include delicacies like sheep’s head and trout smoked over sheep’s dung. The last day to buy tickets is on November 12. [EATX]

Star Hill Ranch

15000 Hamilton Pool Rd, Austin, TX 78738 (512) 591-0805 Visit Website

Auditorium Shores at Lady Bird Lake

800 W. Riverside Dr., Austin, TX 78704 (512) 495-9163 Visit Website

El Chilito

2219 Manor Road, , TX 78722 (512) 382-3797 Visit Website

Noble Sandwich Co.

4805 Burnet Road, , TX 78756 (512) 666-5124 Visit Website