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More things to do in Austin on Wednesday, Nov. 20, and beyond

Arianna Auber
aauber@statesman.com
Cafe Josie hosts the Paloma Santa Fe pop-up dinner with drink pairings and more. [Ralph Barrera / AMERICAN-STATESMAN 2014]

Dining

Paloma Santa Fe Pop-Up at Cafe Josie. Cafe Josie hosts a pop-up dinner featuring Chef Nathan Mayes of Paloma in Santa Fe. Enjoy vibrant, seasonal, Mexican-inspired courses by Chef Mayes, who brings the flavors of Mexico and Santa Fe to Austin for one night only. Drink selections will highlight a range of global ingredients, from Old World aperitifs to New World spirits. 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 20. $90. 1200 B W. Sixth St. facebook.com/events/2358799011039892

Film

“Holy Trinity” Austin premiere. AGLIFF and Queerbomb present the local premiere of Molly Hewitt’s instant cult classic, which you might say is an acid trip of kinky, drug-induced, gender-fluid adventures through an alternative universe’s Chicago. In “Holy Trinity,” Trinity is a queer dominatrix, who, after huffing a new brand of magic aerosol, can see dead people. A Skype Q&A with director Hewitt will follow the screening. 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20. $12. Alamo South Lamar, 1120 S. Lamar Blvd. drafthouse.com

Film

“For the Love of Craft” with Texas Craft Brewers Guild. The Alamo Drafthouse hosts a screening of a short documentary that peels back the label of what it means to be a craft brewer and reveals the true heart of craft by introducing the people behind it. The screening is in special conjunction with the Texas Craft Brewers Guild and includes a panel discussion with brewers and founders from prominent Austin breweries. 7:30 to 9 p.m. Nov. 20. $5. Alamo Mueller, 1911 Aldrich St., Suite 120. drafthouse.com

Coming up

Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein.” Different Stages opens the new season with this Patrick Sanford adaptation of the classic Gothic novel. Victor Frankenstein, a brilliant young student, discovers the secret of creating life from the remains of the dead. But elation at his triumph is replaced by horror when he sees his monstrous creation. Abandoned by the one who made him, Frankenstein's Creature is left to a world that fears and rejects him. 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 6 p.m. Sunday through Dec. 14. $15-$30. The Vortex, 2307 Manor Road. differentstagestheatre.org

Holiday Wine Walk at Domain Northside. The outdoor mall, in partnership with the Wine & Food Foundation of Texas, hosts its second charity wine walk. Tickets include a wristband, souvenir glass and event passport to collect stamps. There will be music, raffles and more from participating tenants on the block, such as American Threads and Second Bar + Kitchen. 5 p.m. Nov. 21. $15. 11821 Rock Rose Ave. domainnorthside.com/events/northside-holiday-wine-walk-on-palm-way