Experience a night of seasonal drinks, desserts and decadence
Friday, December 16 • 8-11 PM (VIP entry 7 PM) • The Doseum
EXPERIENCE A DECADENCE IN DECEMBER FOR GUESTS 21+, WITH HOLIDAY THEMED BITES, SPECIALTY COCKTAILS BY TOP LOCAL BARS, LIVE MUSIC AND DJS, SELECT MUSEUM EXHIBITS AND MUCH MORE. PLUS, SHOP FROM OUR CURATED LOCAL MARKETPLACE OF SAN ANTONIO ARTISANS AND VENDORS.
Sweet & Savory Bites + Cocktails
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Enjoy bites from the following local eateries, and check back often for updates!
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Dulce is happening at and benefiting The DoSeum
The DoSeum • 2800 Broadway St. • San Antonio, TX 78209
The DoSeum, San Antonio's museum for kids, serves as a “charging station” to power up kids’ minds and support the important work of schools and community organizations. Their exhibits and programs promote joyful learning, invite discovery, spark interest, and develop positive attitudes towards learning across critical content areas - including STEM, the arts, and literacy. The DoSeum is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. Through joyful learning and discovery, the DoSeum grows minds, connects families, and transforms communities.
The San Antonio Botanical Garden’s mission is to inspire people to connect with the plant world and understand the importance of plants in our lives. Engaging cultural activities, practical community classes, inspiring children’s camps, dynamic school programs, critical endangered plant research efforts, and diverse and spectacular plant collections educate visitors to the many roles that plants play in our lives.
Recognized nationally for commitment to outstanding displays, botanical diversity, education, environmental stewardship, and experiences that connect people to the natural world, the Garden is a top San Antonio attraction that serves as a museum of plants, a tranquil escape, a living classroom, a research and conservation facility, and entertainment venue where art, architecture, music, and theater experiences come to life for more than 150,000 annual visitors, including 50,000 children. Hundreds of volunteers provide a beautiful and engaging environment for children and adults to experience the world of plants and nature, learning practical ways to care for our environment.