Things To Do

Houston's 5 Best Weekend Food Bets: Get a German Sausage Kolache


Here’s a look at this weekend's best culinary happenings:

Saint Arnold Pizza Pairing at Your Pie Houston

Friday, 4 to 11 p.m.; Saturday, noon to 11 p.m.
1625 Main, Suite B

Your Pie Houston is pairing four slices from four different pizzas with four Saint Arnold brews. Enjoy Art Car IPA with the Southern Heat, a buffalo chicken pie with jalapeños; Amber Ale with the Lineage, made with pepperoni, sausage and veggies; 5 O'clock Pils with the Ischia, a fresh mozzarella, basil and garlic-topped number; and Oktoberfest with the island-inspired Hawaiian Isle. Cost is $20 and includes the pizza, four tastings and a free Saint Arnold pint glass while supplies last. Also featured is a special tapping of 2013 Pumpkinator ($6 for a ten-ounce pour). No advance tickets are required. Call 832-767-2533 for more information.

King’s Kolache Pop-Up at King’s Biergarten
Saturday, 8 to 11 a.m.
1329 East Broadway

Hit Pearland’s favorite biergarten for scratchmade kolaches, featuring nine varieties in flavors like bratwurst and Swiss, wild boar, blueberry and brie, and apple strudel. The bar will be open for guests who would like to enjoy their kolache with a bier. See the full lineup online.

Landry's Houston Chef Series Finale Dinner at Vic & Anthony’s

Saturday, 7 p.m.
1510 Texas


Landry’s summer series is signing off with an exquisite feast, as the ten Landry's Signature chefs present eight globally inspired courses alongside savory wine pairings and live music. Enjoy dishes such as braised jerk pork shoulder with fried plantains and fresh fruit salsa, spiced quail with merguez sausage stuffing, and crispy sea bass in coconut ginger broth. The evening is priced at $150 per person or $135 for Landry’s Select Club members. Call 713-228-1111 for reservations.  

Flying Saucer Sweet 16 @ Flying Saucer Downtown

Sunday, noon
705 Main

Join this fan favorite craft beer bar as it celebrates 16 years of success downtown. Guests can expect special tappings, new brewery debuts, and dessert pairings from Fluff Bake Bar and Cloud 10 Creamery. Doors open at noon (11 a.m. for MOU members and VIP ticket holders).  

Houston Latin Fest @ Jones Plaza
Sunday, 1 p.m.
600 Louisiana

Experience Latin culture through live music, dance, art and, of course, incredible food! There will be plenty of vendors on hand bringing together the flavors of Northern, Central and Southern Latin America and the Caribbean. Pre-sale tickets are available for $12 plus fees for general admission or $50 plus fees for VIP. 
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Brooke Viggiano is a contributing writer who is always looking to share Houston's coolest and tastiest happenings with the Houston Press readers.
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