July 18, 2024


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Things to Do: The Best Things to Eat and Drink in Houston This Weekend


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Here’s a look at this weekend’s tasty food and drink happenings:

Saturday, noon-10pm

375 West 19th

Jeni’s Houston scoop shop debuted Everything Bagel pints as part of its Ice Cream for Breakfast Collection, and this Saturday, on Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, guests will also be able to purchase the brand new flavor by the scoop.

Saturday, 1-5 p.m.

9920 Gaston

Jax Grill Katy will offer $29.99 all-you-can-eat crawfish featuring executive chef Jame Lundy’s famous “Fire Butter” on Feb. 6 from 1-5 p.m. Guests can also expect live Zydeco music by Keyon and the Zydeco Masters. Seating is first-come, first-served. No reservations.

Saturday, 3 p.m.

1517 Alabama

Popular Vietnamese kitchen, Saigon House, will be popping up in the beer garden to sell its cult favorite Viet-Cajun crawfish. Hit the patio for mudbugs, suds, cocktails and fun all while social distancing.

One-Year Anniversary at Eighteen36

Sunday, 10 a.m. to midnight

2221 West Alabama

Houston-themed bar and restaurant Eighteen36 is celebrating its one-year anniversary with the debut of a special feature cocktail (available through February). In addition Roadster Grill, the on-site restaurant at Eighteen36, offering its famous house made hummus and pita for just $1 as an order add-on for the entire birthday week February 7-13.

Super Bowl Takeout

Sunday (note: some spots require pre-ordering)

From sandwich platters and fajitas packs to wings, tamales and cocktails to-go, our Super Bowl Takeout Guide covers where to find (and preorder) winning spreads this game day.

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