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The 5 Best Things to Eat or Drink This Weekend: Saint Arnold Craft Beers for Dad & Feast's Yard Sale

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Father's Day Weekend Saint Arnold's Tap Takeover @ The Barrel and Brew Friday-Sunday, 5 p.m. on Friday to 12 a.m. on Sunday 12720 Southwest Freeway, Stafford

This weekend, The Barrel & Brew hosts a Father's Day Weekend Saint Arnold's Tap Takeover starting at 5 p.m. on Friday and ending on Sunday at 12 a.m. Enjoy a variety of Saint Arnold's craft beers, like Endeavour, Fancy Lawnmower, Weedwacker and a special release of Divine Reserve #12 -- there will be a limited amount, so make sure you get to taste it. Prices differ for each 16-ounce poured beer offered this weekend. Be sure your dad knows about this event so he can enjoy some of the best offerings from Saint Arnold's Brewery, along with tasty burgers, steaks and tacos at The Barrel & Brew.

Bayou City Outdoors' Farmers Market Ride @ Onion Creek Saturday, 8 a.m.-12 p.m. 3106 White Oak Dr.

Hop on your bike and ride from Onion Creek to the farmers' markets of Houston this weekend. After enjoying a cup of coffee at Onion Creek, you'll ride to two or three farmers' markets to grab local produce, sauces and whatever else you want to munch on next week. Just so you're aware, you will be riding your bike for 12-15 miles, so if biking is your thing and you love purchasing fresh food from local farmers' markets, then hit the road with Bayou City Outdoors this Saturday.

Oh, and bring a backpack or bag to carry anything you purchase. Check out the Bayou City Outdoors Web site for bike rental options if you don't own a bike and don't want to miss out on the fun.

Feast's Yard Sale @ Feast Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 ish 219 Westheimer

Feast has shut its doors, but the restaurant announced on Facebook that it's selling all of its stuff. Yeah, everything. The first yard sale will be held on Saturday starting at 11 a.m. and ending around 6 p.m. You have the chance to hold onto kitchen equipment, dining room decorations and silverware even though the restaurant will be no more. Send an e-mail to feastcompany@gmail.com if you want to place a bid on larger items, such as the paintings and the pig signs.

Monday, June 17, from 10 a.m. until dusk, Feast is holding the second and last day of the yard sale. Bid winners on the larger items will be announced on Monday, as well.

Soul Food Throwdown @ Whole Foods Woodway Saturday, 12-3 p.m. 6401 Woodway Dr.

On Saturday afternoon, Whole Foods at Woodway is hosting Soul Food Throwdown, where department staff will be cooking up their favorite soul food items, such as fried chicken and macaroni and cheese, except each item will have a little bit of a twist. Taste some of these tasty Southern dishes for free, and then cast your vote on which one you enjoyed the most. Snacking on free comfort food on a Saturday afternoon sounds like a wonderful idea.

3rd Annual VegFest Houston @ Pershing Middle School Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 3838 Blue Bonnet Blvd.

Bring the whole family out this weekend to the 3rd Annual VegFest Houston at Pershing Middle School hosted by the Vegan Society of P.E.A.C.E. Sample various vegan foods from vegan vendors and local vegan restaurants while enjoying live music, listening to nutrition and vegan speakers, and partaking in yoga and fitness demonstrations. The festival will also have activities and crafts for your kids.

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