The 5 Best Things to Eat or Drink This Weekend: Kolaches & Klobasneks at Revival Market

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Kolaches & Klobasneks @ Revival Market Saturday, 8 a.m. 550 Heights

Kolache Saturday is back at Revival Market. Starting at 8 a.m., the specialty grocery store/cafe will serve a variety of kolaches and klobasneks. Arrive early to make sure you get the flavors you want. Revival Market will serve pumpkin bourbon pecan and caramel apple kolaches, as well as chicken and sage, and kielbasa and cheddar klobasneks. You don't want to miss out on this special Saturday breakfast.

Texas Beer Festival @ Landry's Seafood, The Woodlands Saturday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 1212 Lake Robbins, The Woodlands

Spend the afternoon in The Woodlands at the Texas Beer Festival hosted by Landry's Seafood. From 1 p.m. until 4 p.m., you will have the chance to enjoy samples of craft beer from Saint Arnold Brewing Company, Southern Star Brewing, Karbach Brewing Company, and Shiner beers. The festival also includes samples of wine from Becker Vineyards, Fall Creek Vineyards, Llano Estacado Winery and Messina Hof Winery, as well as spirits from Deep Eddy Vodka Distillery, Garrison Brothers Distillery, Railean Handmade Texas Rum and Tito's Handmade Vodka. Your $55 ticket (purchased in advance) or $59 ticket (purchased at the door) gives you access to all of these alcoholic beverages as well as complimentary light bites.

Brenner's on the Bayou Beer Fest @ Brenner's on the Bayou Saturday, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. 1 Birdsall

Brenner's on the Bayou presents its annual Beer Fest this Saturday from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. Enjoy the beautiful scenery at Brenner's on the Bayou while sipping on a variety of beers from Texas breweries, such as Saint Arnold, Cycler's Brewery, Karbach and Fort Bend, as well as a few national breweries, such as Brooklyn's Sixpoint Brewery, Chicago's Goose Island Beer Co. and Firestone Walker based out of Paso Robles, California. Tickets cost $70 at the door and include samples of brews, food pairings and live music entertainment. All guests must be 21 years or older to attend.

An Evening in Paris @ Well Done Cooking Classes Saturday, 6:30 p.m. 2811 Airline

How nice would it be to easily transport yourself to France for a dinner in Paris? Well, you can sort of do that through the Well Done Cooking Class, "An Evening in Paris," on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. This dinner party series class is shorter in length than most of the classes at Well Done, but it will definitely treat you to an authentic Parisian meal. For $89, you will learn to make (and eat) mussels in white wine and shallots, followed by an entree of bouef bourguignon, and flambeed crepes suzette with a warm orange butter sauce for dessert. Bring your own bottle of wine to enjoy with the meal.

National Gumbo Day @ Ragin' Cajun Sunday, all-day All locations

It's National Gumbo Day on Sunday and Ragin' Cajun wants you to celebrate with them. Head to any of the five Ragin' Cajun locations in Houston for a special on gumbo; if you make a purchase of $5 or more, you will receive a free cup of gumbo. And if you want to share that delicious Louisiana classic with your friends and family, bring home a half-priced gallon of gumbo. A gallon of shrimp and crab gumbo with rice normally costs $65 and a gallon of chicken and sausage gumbo with rice typically costs $60.

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