Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas is teaming up with more than two dozen area restaurants, breweries, bars, bakeries and other vendors for the fourth annual Girl Scout Cookie Flavor Fest.

The 2023 event will run from Feb. 17-26 and features unique Girl Scout cookie inspired foods, drinks, pairings and other concoctions, according to a news release.

Local participants purchased Girl Scout cookies from local Scouts at a cost of $9,500. The proceeds of those sales stay in San Antonio to help support Girl Scout experiences, service projects and troop travel to summer camp, the release stated.

Girl Scout cookie enthusiasts can participate in a social media media contest and vote for their favorite inspired flavor for a chance to win a year’s supply—or 52 boxes—of cookies.

The cookie inspired treats are available for a limited time, the release said. Details can be found at

• Aldaco’s Mexican Cuisine

• Black Laboratory Brewing

• The Blockhouse

• Burger Boy

• Clementine

• Dave & Buster’s Rivercenter

• The Eatery by True Flavors

• Gather Brewing Company

• Hops & Hounds

• La Hacienda de Los Barrios

• La Hacienda Scenic Loop

• Los Barrios

• Magnolia Pancake Haus

• Mi Familia de Mi Tierra

• Mi Tierra Café y Panaderia

• Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling

• Re:Rooted 210 Urban Winery

• Rosario’s Mexican Café y Cantina

• Sangria on the Burg

• The Scoop

• Stout House

• Tandem San Antonio

• The Trailer Park (La Vernia)

• Viola’s Ventanas

• Wicked Voodoo Espresso (New Braunfels)

Flavor Fest menus include the TRESfoil at Aldaco’s in Stone Oak, which is a pastel tres leches cake sprinkled with Trefoils cookie crumbles; Burger Boy's Mint Cookie Shake, which is filled with Thin Min pieces, green mint flavoring and vanilla ice cream; and Gather Brewing’s Chocolate Caramel Cookie Waffle, featuring Samoas, caramel, chocolate ganache, toasted coconut flakes and whipped cream in a Belgian Waffle.