Things to Do: Upcoming Food and Drink Events in Houston This Week

Things to Do: Upcoming Food and Drink Events in Houston This Week

Here’s a look at this week’s hottest culinary happenings:

All week extensive

Black Restaurant 7 days

Black Cafe Week Houston runs now by Sunday, April 15, with far more than 70 area organizations signing up for to celebrate the flavors of African American, African, and Caribbean delicacies. Among the this year’s contributors are Fainmous BBQ, LA Burgers & Daiquiris, Houston This is It Soul Food,  Dandelion Café, Trez Artwork & Wine Bar, STUFF’d Wings and Flavor of Nigeria.

Ramadan specials at Burger Bodega

From now until finally the conclusion of Ramadan (April 20), Burger Bodega, 4520 Washington, will serve two new constrained menu things, readily available only as a put up-sundown menu product from 7 p.m. right until close.

Tuesday, April 4

Anniversary Crawfish Boil at LORO

Again in 2018, chef Tyson Cole of Uchi (and extra) and chef Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbeque merged Asian and Texas cuisine together to make LORO and at 2 p.m., all LORO areas will be celebrating with a unique Crawfish Boil, beer tasting with community breweries, limited version birthday merch and giveaways. Crawfish plates expense $18 and include a pound of crawfish, corn, potatoes and Thai sausage, with every place placing its personal specific spin on the specific and Houston, you can anticipate a Birria Fashion Boil “Tremendous” Butter. A part of all proceeds will be donated to MD Anderson Most cancers Middle to help patient care, investigation, education and learning and avoidance packages.

Wednesday, April 5

Spring Soiree at the scenic Blackwood Farms

With the new time, Musaafer will host its 3rd once-a-year Spring Soiree at the scenic Blackwood Farms, 27144 Rock Island, in Hempstead at 5:30 p.m. The multi-spot eating working experience delivers a very first flavor the restaurant’s spring menu in an 8-program curated dinner with wine and cocktail pairings. Tickets are $375+. 

Thursday, April 6

Amici Cellars Wine Tasting at MAX’s Wine Dive

MAX’s Wine Dive, 4720 Washington, will host a wine tasting with the luxurious model of Amici Cellars starting at 6 p.m. Company can enjoy a food stuff and wine instruction knowledge that includes four small plates paired with eight wines from Amici Cellars. Price is $45 per particular person and reservations are necessary to show up at. Connect with 713-880-8737.

Thursday Seafood Boil Patio Events at Pier 6

Pier 6 Seafood & Oyster House, 113 6th, will be commencing the weekend early with weekly Thursday night time patio shindigs operating via May well 11. Count on a seafood boil, stay music and drink specials, which include $4 draft beers and frozens starting up at 5 p.m.

WhistlePig Whiskey Dinner at Radio Milano

Radio Milano, 800 Sorella, invites guests to indulge in a three-system WhistlePig Whiskey Meal from 6 to 8 p.m. Whiskey fans can delight in an amuse from the kitchen area paired with 6-year Piggyback Rye Salted Caramel Manhattan, 12-year Previous Earth Rye, and 15-year Estate Oak Rye with supper highlights like prawn and octopus mojo de ajo with candied pancetta potatoes and plantain chip applewood smoked pork chop with celery root puree, roasted beets and little one squash and charred heirloom tomato relish and tiramisu baked Alaska. Tickets are $95 for each particular person, all-inclusive.

Friday, April 7

Fish Fridays

It’s officially the last Friday ahead of Easter, and if you are seeking for meat-no cost alternatives this Excellent Friday, just look at out our Fish Fridays Lent Guide for the scoop on Houston places to eat giving fish sandwiches, seafood specials and extra.

Saturday, April 8

Heads and Tails at 8th Surprise

8th Wonder Brewery, 2202 Dallas, will host its 7th Yearly “Heads & Tails” event, starting at noon and presenting a working day packed with leisure like zydeco, brand name new brews and sizzling boiled mudbugs from Clutch Metropolis Crawfish.

Easter at the Houston Farmers Market

The Houston Farmers Sector, 2520 Airline, will host exciting and free of charge activities from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Company can take pleasure in for shots with the Easter bunny, in addition confront portray, a are living DJ and additional although procuring the market place.


Brunch at J Bar M BBQ

J Bar M BBQ, 2201 Leeland, formally launched its new weekend brunch menu, now offered every single Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pop in for Texas BBQ-motivated breakfast dishes – believe brisket chilaquiles and tacos, pulled pork eggs benny and fried chicken wings n’ waffle, alongside brunch cocktails and are living songs from area artists.

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B&B Butchers & Places to eat has Benedicts galore for Easter Sunday.

Photograph by Kirsten Gilliam

Sunday, April 9

Easter Brunch

From loved ones-helpful brunch buffets to prix fixe affairs, look at out our 2023 Houston Easter Sunday Brunch Guide to discover the Houston dining establishments supplying vintage brunch plates and early morning cocktails, egg hunts, are living jazz and extra.

New and ongoing specials

Holiday getaway deal with offerings at Dessert Gallery

Irrespective of whether you are celebrating Easter, Passover or Ramaden, Dessert Gallery, 3600 Kirby, has some unique dessert choices for you – such as Easter butter cookies, cupcakes and cookie decorating kits gluten-friendly Passover-type cookie packing containers, mousse cake and cheesecake and Ramadan and Eid butter cookies and petit fours.

Malaysian curry crawfish at Phat Eatery

By April 16, Phat’s award-successful Malaysian curry crawfish are back again as a everyday seasonal exclusive for dine-in and to-go. Peak year selling prices have dropped to $14 for two pounds or $30 for five, and snow crab legs, tossed in the similar aromatic sauce, are also on present at $25/cluster. All orders consist of boiled corn and potatoes.

“Point Break” Burger Struggle at Rodeo Goat

Rodeo Goat, 2105 Dallas, has launched its most up-to-date burger battle—an ode to motion packed surf movie “Point Break”—available now as a result of April 10 and featuring The Bodhi burger (beef and chorizo patty, blackened shrimp, muenster cheese, sautéed jalapeños and onion with Louisiana remoulade on a brioche bun $14.49) vs . the Johnny Utah (all beef patty, crab cake, sliced avocado, mango pico, cilantro and Fresno aioli on a brioche bun $14.99). Pop by to consume and vote to support one particular of the burgers moves on to the following round. Those people observing Lent Fridays can also consider the Place Split burger, non-beef mash up of the Johnny Utah and Bodhi burgers ($14.99).