Issues to Do: Finest issues to eat and drink in Houston this weekend

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The Nash’s HRW menu features snapper, Korean bacon, strawberry cheesecake, and more.

Photo by Kirsten Gilliam

Here is a look at the delicious food and drink happenings this weekend: Saturday, 11 a.m. to midnight
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Flying Saucer is celebrating 21 years in downtown Houston with an epic blowout, and fan-favorite beer shop is bringing back the full keg for the first time in over a year.
Exclusive offerings include Superstition Blueberry Hex, Jester King Nocturn Chrysalis, Saint Arnold Strawberry Vanilla Lawnmower and Saint Arnold Harmony, as well as dozens of specialty brewed local breweries such as Jester King, Parish, Astral and more. “Beerknurds” can expect swag giveaways and food specials throughout the day.

Saturday, 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
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The quaint beer garden and taproom is hosting its very first Pig Pimpin ‘cooking contest, where contestants face each other and cook their best roast pork, chillies, sammies, curries, and more. No presale tickets are required to enter, and guests can sample all goods for $ 8 (including a beer).

Saturday, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
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Little Woody’s invites a number of local breweries to its Little Woodrow’s Beer Fest in its bar and terrace. The guests can look forward to a relaxed afternoon with tastings, giveaways and live music (from 3 p.m.).

Saturday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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Kirby Ice House is hosting an epic luau and tiki party with a traditional Hawaiian luau and fire show, island dishes and a roast pork, tropical drinks, Saint Arnold beers, and more. Tickets are $ 25 in advance ($ 45 a day) and include a lei, Malibu cocktail, Hawaiian shaving ice (Malibu style), special photo, and access to the Hawaiian buffet and roast pork.

Houston Restaurant Weeks

All month until Labor Day

Houston Restaurant Weeks will continue this weekend and will now run through Labor Day in support of local restaurants and the Houston Food Bank. The citywide charity event has raised a whopping $ 16.6 million for the panel over the years. New this year are exciting eateries like Fegen’s, Xin Chào and The Nash in the city center, alongside neighborhood favorites and HRW classics like Alice Blue, B&B Butchers, Caracol, Davis St. at Hermann Park, Étoile Cuisine et Bar, Mastrantos, Rainbow Lodge and more . Browse the entire library of restaurants and HRW menus and book your reservations now.

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