Actions: Upcoming food and drinks occasions in Houston this summer time 2021

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August brings all-you-can-eat sausages to the King’s BierHaus.

Photo by Philipp Sitter

Make a note in your calendar, because you don’t want to miss these delicious culinary experiences:

In August it is officially sausage festival time at King’s BierHaus, 2044 East TC Jester, 828 FM646 West. For the whole month, guests can enjoy all-you-can-eat sausages at both locations, from traditional cheese cheese sausages to exotic wild boar sausages and spicy plant-based chipotle links, from USD 12 (traditional only) to USD 15 (all varieties) at both locations.

Over in Bryan, Messina Hof Winery, 4545 Old Reliance, hosts its annual Bryan Harvest Festival, which honors the harvest tradition of picking and pounding the grapes used to make its award-winning wines and ports. Throughout August through early September, guests can expect day and evening harvest events every weekend on Saturday and Sunday, as well as events ranging from a food and wine pairing course hosted by owner Karen Bonarrigo to a harvest brunch and gourmet meal. Barbecue is enough. The Harvest Festival Weekends take place from August 6th to 8th, August 13th to 14th, August 20th to 22nd and 27th to 28th and end with the Hill Country Harvest Festival on September 3rd and 4th.

Houston rapper and hometown hero Bun B has teamed up with Andy Nguyen (Afters Ice Cream, Dough and Arrow) and siblings Patsy and Benson Vivares (Sticky’s Chicken) to launch Trill Burgers, a new smashburger concept known as Pop -up debuted at Sticky’s Chicken, 2311 Edwards, in August. The first will take place on Sunday, August 8th, at 12 noon. Follow @trillburgers on social media for updates about the brand and its upcoming pop-ups as they work on opening their store.

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The Kolache Factory has launched its third annual competition “Create a New Kolache”, this time with a Christmas edition. Lovers of Czech-inspired pastries are challenged to come up with a new Christmas kolache flavor that could be named Kolache of the month for December. Entries can be submitted by August 12th, when five finalists are selected (with the first-placed winner winning a free one-year kolache). The public will vote for the top contenders online from August 16-22 in a social media competition. The winners of the gold, silver and bronze medals will be announced by August 30th.

Celebrating its one year birthday and official opening, Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles, 2503 Bagby, is offering a half-dozen sushi donuts of your choice for $ 30 from Monday, August 9 through Saturday, August 14.

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