The 5 Best Things to Eat or Drink This Weekend: The Bull & The Pearl's Sunday Supper Pop-Up at Paulie's

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Food Truck Friday @ Houston Press Friday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 2603 La Branch

Next up for Food Truck Friday is Coreanos. Beginning at 11 a.m., this Mexican-Korean fusion food truck will open up its windows to serve lunch. Get some fresh air and come on over to the Houston Press for Korean BBQ burritos featuring beef short ribs, spicy twice-cooked pork belly and marinated chicken. Pair those burritos with the signature Kim Cheese Fries topped with caramelized kimchi, pork belly, cheese and el scorcho sauce. We'll see you at lunch tomorrow.

Chipotle Green Film Series @ Discovery Green Friday, 8:30 p.m. 1500 McKinney

The Chipotle Green Film Series will screen its next film, "Food Patriots," focusing on clean food activism tonight. Get to Discovery Green early to play games and participate in activities with your family, then enjoy free tacos from Chipotle. Wash down those tacos with free drink samples from Saint Arnold Brewing Company, Barefoot Wine and Honest Tea. Bring fresh produce to the screening as a donation to the Houston Food Bank, as well.

Second Annual Brew Fest @ Watson's House of Ales Saturday, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. 14656 Grisby

Relax at Watson's House of Ales this Saturday during the Second Annual Brew Fest. Local breweries such as, Karbach, Saint Arnold, No Label and Lone Pint will be joined by Firestone Walker Brewing Co. from Paso Robles, Calif., Brazos Valley Brewing Company from Brenham, (512) Brewing Company from Austin and many more. The Brew Fest will also feature a crawfish boil, two beer brewing classes and live music. Tickets cost $25 and include 16 tastings.

Batch 9 Crawfish Boil & Karbach Tap Invasion @ The Phoenix on Westheimer Sunday, noon 1915 Westheimer

Keep the crawfish and beer party going at The Phoenix on Westheimer during another Sunday Funday event. Feast on boiled crawfish and gumbo from Batch 9. Karbach Brewing Company has taken over the taps and will be supplying the beer for the event -- maybe the new Bodacious Double IPA aged in red wine barrels will be on tap.

Sunday Supper Pop-Up Dinner @ Paulie's Sunday, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. 1834 Westheimer

The Bull & The Pearl will hold its next pop-up dinner at Paulie's this Sunday evening featuring southern comfort dishes perfect for a Sunday supper with the family. The a la carte menu includes snacks of redneck caviar with homemade Frito's, as well as skillet cornbread with buttermilk biscuits and sorghum butter; small shareable plates of red snapper tartare, Texas cassoulet of butter beans, field peas, smoked pork rillette and lamb shank, as well as a variety of spring vegetables; entree selections feature smoked fried chicken with mashed potatoes and green beans, as well as prime rib with glazed carrots, sugar snap peas, jus and horseradish cream. Save room for the buttermilk-rhubarb chess pie.

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