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Where better to pour holiday cocktails than into gift-worthy glasses made by local artists?

In this feature, we paired three local glassworkers with three progressive drinking establishments for a mashup of handcrafted inebriation.

Photo: Photos by Bryan Rindfuss, License: N/A

Photos by Bryan Rindfuss


The glass: Flameworked Pyrex flute by Jake Zolllie Harper: $40.

 

Drew’s American Grill 18740 Stone Oak Pkwy, (210) 483-7600, drewsamericangrill.com.

Ocho Lounge and Havana Bar in the Hotel Havana 1015 Navarro, (210) 222-20008, havanasanantonio.com.

The Esquire Tavern 155 E Commerce, (210) 222-2521, esquiretavern-sa.com.

Garcia Art Glass Studio: 715 S Alamo, (210) 354-4681. River Walk Gallery: 123 Losoya, Ste 5, (210) 223-1400; garciaartglass.com. Glasses shown are special order only.

Zollie Glass 1428 S Presa, (210) 601-3883, zollieglass.com.

Justin Parr FL!GHT Gallery: 1906 S Flores, (210) 872-2586, turnitoff.tv. MBS Life: 1115 S Alamo, (210) 378-0379, mbsfitness.net.

 

Special thanks to Gini Garcia, Jason Garcia, Megan McGuire, Robert Millican, Justin Parr, Jake Zollie Harper, and Jeret Peña.

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