Weekly Specials: Fortunate Cookies

Dan Pennington
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Ferment For You
(Ally J)
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Sometimes in life, you come across a bag of 1000 fortune cookies, and realize that you’re only hungry enough for five. So, I’m sharing the rest with you. Crack open this cookie and let’s see what your future holds. "Make more time in your life for events and less time for worries." Well, you heard the cookie! Let’s get you out of the house.

Weekly Specials: Margarita Extravaganza Margarita Extravaganza

Grab a friend to hold onto, quite literally, as you attend the Margarita Festival. Everyone’s favorite tequila-based drink is getting a day of celebration on Saturday, Nov. 16 at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino (20 Buffalo Thunder Trail) from noon to 4pm. Tickets start at $30, which will gain you entry to what I like to call "Margarita Heaven." With the inventiveness of bartenders, there will be no shortage of bizarre tequila concoctions for you to sip on, or if you’re feeling bold and like publicly destroying your reputation, you can just down them in one go and move onto the next booth (Weekly Alibi does not condone excessive and unsafe drinking, even if it leads to funny stories). For more information on the event, visit buffalothunder.com.

Weekly Specials: Too Many D’s For Me Too Many D’s For Me

I’m Dan Pennington, and we’re rolling out, looking for Albuquerque’s greatest events, hang-outs and happenings! What’s that? We got an event coming up featuring Chef Marie Yniguez from Slow-Roasted Bocadillos and Guy Fieri’s “Triple D Nation”?! Get yourself to the town of Flavor, or to Hollow Spirits (1324 First Street NW) on Friday, Nov. 15 at 6:30pm to watch the episode with the crew. Chef Tristin will be whipping up some food specials inspired by Bocadillos’ slow roasted style, so you’ll be munching down while watching. For more information, email aaron@hollowspirits.com.

Weekly Specials: Ferment For You Ferment For You

Ferment For You Ally J
Is kimchi for everyone? No, but it is for a lot of people, which is why I’m sure tons of folks are excited about The 12th Annual Korean Kimchi Festival, happening Saturday, Nov. 16 from 10am to 3pm at the Albuquerque Garden Center (10120 Lomas Blvd. NE). For $10, you get an all-you-can-eat buffet ticket so you can munch down while you enjoy performances of Korean folk dancing and other community presentations of song, dance and theater. With 12 years of doing this under their belt, it’s sure to be a smooth and fun night out. So come enjoy the power of good fermentation mixed with the other amazing South Korean dishes that are up for grabs.
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