The Morning After

Today Only. Flash Sale for This Saturday's Brunch Event The Morning After

Just part of the spread at The Morning After brunch event.
Just part of the spread at The Morning After brunch event. Photo by Francisco Montes

click to enlarge Just part of the spread at The Morning After brunch event. - PHOTO BY FRANCISCO MONTES
Just part of the spread at The Morning After brunch event.
Photo by Francisco Montes
Today is National Pancake Day and in celebration of this historic moment, the Houston Press is offering a one-day-only flash sale for General Admission tickets only to its annual brunch event The Morning After this Saturday.

The Press is offering a $15 discount off the price of the $40 General Admission tickets. That means for $25 a ticket you get entry to the grounds at Bayou City Event Center Pavilion, 9404 Knight,  at 11:30 a.m. which entitles you to bottomless brunch bites and four drink tickets. The event runs until 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.

To take advantage of the discount, just go to our ticket website.


Participating Restaurants:

Alice Blue

Bellagreen

Blonde Biscotti


Boheme

Bosscat Kitchen & Libations

Broken Barrel

Bundt Cake-A-Holic

Cochinita & Co

Culinary Institute Lenôtre

Doux Café

DR Delicacy

Duck Donuts

Earthcraft Juicery

Helen in the Heights

Juice Girl

Koala Kolache

Lupe Tortilla

Max's Wine Dive

Mia Bella Trattoria

Nokturne Juice Bar

Ouisie’s Table

Over the Moon

Peli Peli

Pena's Donuts & Diner

Pollo Campero

Prohibition

SMOOSH Cookies

Snooze AM Eatery

The Isles Eatery & Rhum Bar
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