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This Friday’s Block Party is shaping up to be one of our best yet.  Why, you might ask?  Because we’re bringing in an inflatable slip ‘n slide!  Bring your little ones, bring your buddies, bring your dog, bring whomever… and slide right into your July 4th weekend.  

This Week’s Deals

Great deals on BBQ and party essentials this week, including a fine deal on some of the best pickles around.

Pogue Mahone Pickles
$8.49 (Save $2.00)

Stellar Gourmet Mesquite BBQ Sauce
$5.39 (Save $0.60)

Coconut Charcoal Briquets
$6.49 (Save $0.50)

Blue Sky Soda
Save $0.50 on 6-packs

Grandma’s Hummus
$4.39 (Save $0.50)

Special Events

Book Release Party: The Natural Beauty Solution

Wednesday, July 1st, 5:30-7:00pm

Tonight’s book release party was rescheduled for tomorrow! This cozy launch party will include book signingsDIY beauty demos, and free samples of beauty recipes from the book.

First Friday Block Party

Friday, July 3rd, 6:00-9:00pm

Don’t miss this month’s block party, complete with a two lane inflatable slip ‘n slide for all ages!  As always, a portion of the day’s sales will be donated to our community non-profit partner, Guide Dogs of TX.



Weekly Recipe

DIY Cold Brew Coffee
An alternative to a hot cup of joe that is easy to make at home and saves you a little dough to boot.


3 oz (by weight) of ground coffee for 32 oz. DIY kit
6 oz (by weight) of ground coffee for 64 oz. DIY kit
12 oz (by weight) of ground coffee for 1 gallon DIY kit
24 oz (by weight) of ground coffee for 2 gallon DIY kit
** measurements are variable to taste **


1. Add your favorite freshly ground coffee to your Cold Brew Coffee Sock (or any large muslin bag) – ground medium to coarse.
2. Bloom to start (wet grounds thoroughly and let sit for 60 seconds).
3. Fill jar with cold filtered water.
4. Twist neck of filter, wrap tie string around neck a few times and slip neck of filter through glass ring (or fasten muslin bag).
5. Allow to soak in refrigerator or at room temperature:
Depending on size 
6-10 hrs 32oz.     12-18 hrs 64oz.
14-18 hrs 1gal.    16-20 hrs 2gal.
6. Remove filter and rest in mouth of jar to fully drain. 
7. D
ilute with water or your milk of choice according to taste.  You can store cold brew concentrate in the fridge for up to two weeks. 

Vendor Spotlight

Pogue Mahone Pickles

We’ve been with Pogue Mahone Pickles since they entered the Austin food scene a few years back.  Since then, they’ve garnered all kinds of accolades, including three consecutive Good Food Awards and a 2015 Southern Food Award.  But you don’t have to take our word for it – try ’em this week while they’re on sale and fall for yourself.  

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Recurring Events

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Every Thursday 7pm

Zumba with Rhonda

This Saturday 10:30am

Storytime at in.gredients

Fri, July 3rd:
1st Friday Block Party
Sat, July 4th:
Sun, July 5th:

Lauren’s Bloody Mary Mix Sampling
Sun, July 19th:
Ice Cream Social & Game Night
Sat, Aug 1st: 
3rd Anniversary Party!


Coffee of the Month

New Sweden Burundi

Wine of the Week

Pedernales Cellars
Texas Vino Blanco 2013

Wunder Monday

Kombucha Happy Hour
$1 Off Every Monday

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Monday – Wednesday
9 am – 10 pm

Thursday – Saturday
9 am – 11 pm

10 am – 10 pm

Happy Hour(s):

Monday-Friday 4-7pm

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Written by BigOlQuinn

June 30, 2015 at 7:13 pm

Posted in Weekly Deals

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