As seen on SA Live - Tuesday, October 24, 2023

St. Anthony Hotel, Halloween items for pets, Tasting Texas Wine and Food Festival, fall treats + DIY Halloween wreaths

Check out these fun Halloween costumes for pets! (Pixabay, Pixabay 2023)

SAN ANTONIO – Today on SA Live, we travel to the historic St. Anthony Hotel, Pawsitively Sweet Bakery has Halloween items for pets, the Tasting Texas Wine and Food Festival previews their fun event, check out Bird Bakery’s treats for the fall; plus, Mike and Fiona compete to see who can make the best DIY Halloween wreaths.

What costume is your pet wearing for Halloween? Share your pictures here and you might see it later in the show.

The Tasting Texas Wine and Food Festival is back in the Alamo City October 26 - 29 and when you enter you enter “tastingtexas” at checkout, you can get 20% off your tickets.

Pawsitively Sweet Bakery is celebrating 10 years of serving our furry friends and they’re showing us their adorable items for Halloween.

Our host, Jen Tobias-Struski, is taking us to the St. Anthony Hotel to check out their beautiful space, sample scintillating cocktails and learn about their upcoming events.

Bird Bakery offers made-from-scratch desserts with family recipes, and we look at their delicious seasonal fall menu including pumpkin spice cupcakes and Halloween cookie kits.

Mike and Fiona are making DIY Halloween wreaths and you can vote on who you think will have the better wreath!

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About the Author:

Avery Meurer is a Producer Trainee for SA Live. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Communications/Radio, Television and Film, as well as a Creative Writing Certificate. A native San Antonian, Avery attended the Northeast School of the Arts (NESA) majoring in musical theater and creative writing.