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  • Karbach Brewing Co. Kicks Off a Month of Karbachtoberfest
    September 19 at 7:15 a.m. by Francisco Montes

    You've heard the expression, "It's five o'clock somewhere." Oktoberfest is already happening in Munich so why not join the party? Karbach Brewing Co. kicked off its popular Karbachtoberfest with a German-influenced menu, special glassware,…

     
  • The Good Eats at Minute Maid Park
    September 18 at 8:25 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    There's something about being at the ballpark that makes everything taste better and, with some new food and beverage options at Minute Maid Park this year, there was plenty to eat and drink as we watched the Astros clinch the American League West…

     
  • The Sun Was Shining Bright at Texas Taco Music Fest in Houston
    September 17 at 8:05 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    As Houston continues to dry itself out and begin to recover from all the flooding, it was time to get out of the house, bask in the hot Texas sun, and enjoy some of our favorite things. We found music, art, culture, tons of vendors and even a taco…

     

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  • Baileson Brewing Company Celebrates Its Grand Opening in Rice Village
    September 13 at 6:35 a.m. by Makwakwa, Tracey

    The newest kids on the craft beer block, Baileson Brewing Company, opened its doors for a grand opening shebang this weekend in Rice Village. It's a dog-friendly venue — which makes sense as its named after puggles Bailey and Jameson — with plenty…

     
  • Sigma Brewing Company Hosts Doomsday Wrestling's Paint The Town Red
    September 12 at 9:05 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    Doomsday Wrestling - Paint The Town Red featured a night of hilarious headlocks and hysterical bodyslams as our favorite thematic athletes returned to Houston to battle the horrors of 1980s era Soviet communism. Entering the squared circle at Sigma…

     
  • Slow, Loud and Bangin' at 8th Wonder Brewery's Screwed Up Sunday
    September 11 at 7:05 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    H-Town's 8th Wonder Brewery has once again partnered up with Donkeeboy Art and Screwville for the 3rd Annual Screwed Up Sunday. The event paid homage to the creator of the iconic art and sound of screwed and chopped, DJ Screw. We got down with Paul…

     
  • King's BierHaus Ventures Into the Seven Kingdoms with <i>GoT </i>Trivia Night
    September 7 at 6:15 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    We all know that winter is coming, but how are you on some of the more esoteric factoids about House Bolton, the Night's Watch and the Seven Kingdoms? King's BierHaus hosted a Game of Thrones trivia night on September 6, pitting more than 70 teams…

     
  • Ninja Ramen Hosts Anti-Harvey Pillow Fort Party in Houston
    September 5 at 11:15 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    Hurricane Harvey really put our city through the wringer, and so many people lost so much. Houston mainstay Ninja Ramen decided to give back while having fun by throwing an Anti-Harvey Pillow Fort Party. Staffers and regulars brought the materials…

     
  • Houstonians Lend a Hand for Harvey Relief
    August 31 at 7:40 a.m. by Jack Gorman

    It's going to take a metropolis to get Houston back on its feet. From large-scale rescue efforts to grassroots initiatives, it seems that everybody who is able to lend a hand is stepping up to the plate. Earlier in the week, Down House on Yale…

     
  • Tasty Treats for Dining in the Dark, Hurricane-Style
    August 25 at 3:10 p.m. by Marco Torres

    Here's our look at tasty treats that will still satisfy just in case residents along the Texas Gulf coast are forced to dine in the dark due to power outages from Hurricane Harvey. We found these items at the H-E-B at 5225 Buffalo Speedway;…

     
  • Get Happy With These Houston Bar Bites
    August 23 at 11:50 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    Sometimes less is more, and that's especially true when it comes to these amazing bar bites in the Bayou City. Pair these with the right signature cocktail, craft beer or wine, and your hour just got happier.

     
  • Party, Eat, Repeat. We Got This, Houston Food Fest
    August 22 at 7 a.m. by Nguyen, Mitchell

    The foodies came out in droves to nosh on the best from 60 vendors at Houston Food Fest 2017 on August 19 at Hermann Square Park. Presenter Taste Houston had a winning formula with its party-eat-repeat mantra, and we saw the best from food trucks…

     
  • The Party People of Saint Arnold's North Heights Pub Crawl
    August 21 at 5:30 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    The pub crawling party people were out and about for Saint Arnold Brewing Company's North Heights Pub Crawl on August 19. Craft beer lovers got some respite from the heat and, for those who hit all the stops on the punch card, went home with some…

     
  • Cold and Boozy Drinks to Take the Edge Off Houston's Summer
    August 17 at 4:30 a.m. by Susie Tommaney

    Forget the hustle and bustle of Houston traffic and chill out with these boozy and cool summertime adult beverages.

     
  • Tex-Mex Done Right in the Bayou City
    August 15 at 4 a.m. by Troy Fields

    Today the most essential Tex-Mex dishes in Houston are the cheese enchilada, fajitas, chile con queso, the margarita and rice and beans. We stopped in at some of our favorite Houston mainstays — Cyclone Anaya's, El Real, El Tiempo, The Original…

     
  • Southern Fried Chicken Fest Brings Food Lover's Paradise to Levy Park
    August 13 at 11 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    Levy Park Conservancy hosted a food lover's paradise on August 12 with the Southern Fried Chicken Festival. Houston-area chefs and culinary artists offered up tasty bites while guests weighed in on their picks for the people's choice award. We saw…

     
  • Back to School Bento Ideas
    August 10 at 5:30 a.m. by Susie Tommaney

    It's that time of year for back-to-school shopping for clothes, shoes and books. It's also time to think up new ways for packing nutritious lunches for school or office. Bento boxes are a great way to serve fruits and vegetables to picky eaters,…

     
  • The Pub Crawlers of White Linen Night in the Heights
    August 7 at 6:30 a.m. by Yuri Pena

    The pretty party people came out for White Linen Night in the Heights on August 5 in Houston. It seems that every bar and restaurant along White Oak, Studewood and nearby streets opened its doors to revelers. From official pub crawls to unofficial…

     
  • Flying Saucer Serves up Brew Favorites During IPA Day in Houston
    August 5 at 8:45 a.m. by Christi Vest

    Brewficionados celebrated the dankest of days during IPA Day at Flying Saucer downtown. On tap were dozens of IPA brews including faves from Brash, Alpine, Eureka Heights, Real Ale, Green Flash and more. IPA Day festivities included $3 IPA…

     
  • Houston Food So Good, It Makes Us Smile
    August 2 at 5 a.m. by Susie Tommaney

    It doesn't seem to be a party unless food is involved. We took a look back at our slide shows from the first six months and, judging by these smiling faces, we've been enjoying some great eats this year in Houston.

     

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