Burgers, BBQ, Beer

Disclosure: I was provided with free tickets to this event to help facilitate my review. I was not compensated for this post. All words and opinions are 100% honest and my own.

This years Culinaria ended on a Sunday afternoon downtown at the gorgeous Pearl Brewery.

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The 90+ degree San Antonio heat did nothing to deter the crowds to this fun, relaxed event.

The Hubbs and I brought all our minis in tow to this family, and pet friendly, event, and even though we showed up about 20 minutes early, there was already a line formed of eager burger, BBQ & beer lovers.

Grills were fired up and chefs were flipping patties away trying to keep up with the hungry crowds there to sample a dozen or so restaurants’ interpretations of the classic burger.

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Try as we might, the hubbs and I filled up way too fast and didn’t even get to sample half of what was offered!

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After about 2 hours of the heat and crowds, the minis were restless and admitting burger defeat, we headed home.

For those of you thinking Culinaria is just a haute cuisine foodie week, this event would change your mind. With the smell of grilled burgers and the ice cold beer, this is the perfect backyard BBQ amplified!

Culinaria really does offer something for everyone and every taste.

The week of foodie goodness spoiled me. I’m now expecting 10 course meals of anything my taste buds could want, with accompanying bottles of bottomless wine of course!

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