Houston's 5 Best Weekend Food Bets: WOOSTOCK & Bosta's First Anniversary
Help this award-winning coffee and wine bar celebrate its first birthay.
Photo courtesy of Bosta Wine & Coffee
Saturday Morning Bake Sale @ Fluff Bake Bar
Saturday, 10 a.m.
Pastry Chef Rebecca Masson – aka the sugar hooker – is known for her sweets. But her savory creations, like Butternut Squash Quiche or Croque Monsieur "Pop Tarts" are just as tasty. Check out this get 'em while they last bake sale to see what she comes up with next.
Woostock Music & Arts Festival @ Wooster’s Garden
Saturday, noon to 7 p.m.
To thank Houston for the warm welcome, the Midtown beer and craft cocktail garden is hosting the First Annual WOOSTOCK, featuring bands, beers, booze, bites, and booths. Expect 50 taps and a full bar along with sponsored setups, eats like Slow Dough pretzels and Kurobuta hotdogs, and the food truck Cousin’s Maine Lobster. Tickets can be purchased online or at Wooster's up until the day of the event for $15. In the case of rain, the event will be held indoors.
Cyderfest 2015 @ Camerata at Paulie’s
Saturday, 2 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Prepare to have your perception of cider changed in this class dedicated to celebrating one of the world’s greatest fermented beverages. The class will offer tastes of delicious ciders from all over the world and in all different styles. It’s the perfect way to greet the cooler weather in Houston. Tickets are available for advance purchase for $60.
One Year Anniversary Party @ Bosta Wine & Coffee
Saturday, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Head to the Museum District to help this award-winning coffee shop celebrate its one-year anniversary. Balcor Hospitality’s culinary director Chris Leung and head barista Brexton Higgs invite the public to stop in and enjoy a variety of vendors, including Buffalo Brewery, Pioneer Wine, Pearland Roasters and Cloud 10 Creamery.But that's not all. As guests sip and savor Bosta favorites, a local bike shop will be offering guests complimentary tune-ups. Reverbation DJS will add to the festivities with tunes from the '50s and' 60s, and a Bosta raffle giveaway will leave one lucky winner with free drip coffee for a month.
Brew N Boo @ Hughes Hangar
Sunday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Don’t miss this beer tasting festival, where you’ll have the chance to try the hottest new beers with unique hops, bodies, foams, and presentations. Your $25 ticket includes a punch card for samples of up to eight different varietals of brews and a token for for a full meal from one of three local food trucks. Additional punch cards can be purchased once inside the gate and each food truck will accept individual payment methods. There will also be local live entertainment and swag bags for the first 50 guests.
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