While officially, Black Friday takes place the day after Thanksgiving, Friday November 25th, nowadays online shopping deals are available earlier. However, people will want to shop in person and crawl out of that comfy bed after all that turkey and Thanksgiving food and take advantage of great shopping deals all over town. Similarly, there’s Small Business Saturday on Saturday November 26, a day designed to highlight local and independent small businesses.
In light of these two days of shopping, Austin area restaurants, breweries and wineries are helping to fuel shoppers with food and drink and/or offering their specialties.
While Eater Austin didn’t release a holiday gift guide this year, there are plenty of previous issues to browse through (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021) as well as guides from Eater National and other sites. of the city,
For more shopping fuel, check out the food guides at Eater al Domain And Barton Creek Square Mall.
13476 Fitzhugh Road, Hill Country
The brewery is asking people to come on Black Friday Nov. 25 with an ornament for its Christmas tree in exchange for a free scoop of ice cream. It will also be offering a free pint with the purchase of $25 gift cards, ten percent off T-shirts, and the purchase of three take-out bottles, get one free. The brewery also offers a special flight of its Shokolad beer. Then, for Small Business on Saturday, November 26, the brewery is offering free beer refills with the purchase of branded glasses.
Blue Owl Beer
2400 East Cesar Chavez Street, Holly
The Sour Beer Brewery is hosting a market with CBD company Herbal Unlimited Essentials on Black Friday, November 25, 5-9pm.
304 East Cesar Chavez Street, Unit 100, Downtown
JW Marriott hotel restaurant is offering Friday brunch for Black Friday November 25th. Its full brunch menu, featuring items like crab cakes, praline pecan French toast, and roasted chicken halves, will be available from 7am to 3pm. outdoor catering services.
665 West Highway 290, Dripping Springs
The recent winery will host a Holiday Small Business Market on Saturday, November 26 featuring local vendors like Origin Mexico and Half Shell Handmade, along with children’s activities, music, food, and, of course, wine. It operates from noon to 4pm
Texas Craft Brewers Guild members are selling specially designed branded tumblers by creative agency Guerilla Suit, where one dollar of each purchase will go back to the guild.