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


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Here’s a look at the yummy food and drink this weekend:

Downtown Saint Arnold pub crawl

Saturday, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Marktplatz park

The Saint Arnold Pub Crawls return this Saturday, kicking off with a downtown bar hop that starts and ends in Market Square Park. Crawlers can pick up their punch cards from 2pm to 3pm and then head to pubs like Angel Share, Bovine & Barley, El Big Bad, McIntyre’s, and more before heading back to the park to pick up their well-deserved pint glass at 6 p.m.

Curated caviar happenings with the Berg Hospitality Group

Saturday, 2 p.m. at The Annie; Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at Turner’s

1800 post oak

In honor of the Berg Hospitality Group, which is launching its bespoke Royal White Sturgeon caviar service, the restaurant group is holding two events. First up is The Ultimate High Tea & Caviar Soirée at The Annie Café & Bar on Saturday with an epic high tea spread – think of canape with gravlax and caviar, country pate and cognac truffles – along with live music, a string quartet and DJ. The cost is $ 95 to $ 145 per person, including a welcome cocktail, glass of bubbles, tea, coffee, and bottled water. On Sunday, it’s Turner’s turn with a six-course Wine & Caviar Pairing Dinner ($ 395 ++ per person, limited to 40 guests), with caviar-kissed dishes such as scrambled buckwheat eggs, buckwheat bellini, vichyssoise, egg salad, Kobe beef , and vanilla cake (with fruit caviar).

Free scoops for National Ice Cream Day at Craft Creamery

Sunday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

1338 Westheimer

Just in time for National Ice Cream Day, Craft Creamery opens its official store and its new brand identity. To celebrate, customers will receive a free ball from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The ice cream parlor will also serve various creative flavors through National Ice Cream Day. So you can stop by this weekend and look for flavors like Oaxaca ‘Hot. Look out for ‘Chocolate, BBQ Brisket, Cacio e Pepe, Jalapeno Cornbread, Tomato Tarragon and Balsamic Strawberry.

Sunday all day

4444 Westheimer

Atlas Restaurant Group is celebrating National Caviar Day with specials at Loch Bar and Ouzo Bay. Guests can enjoy an ounce of Malossol Russian Osestra caviar paired with two glasses of Veuve Clicquot in the Loch Bar or two glasses of Serveaux Fils in Ouzo Bay for $ 99 (usually worth over $ 150).

Sunday, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

3101 San Jacinto

For Houstonians by Houstonians, this brand new food festival takes place on the back patio of the Social Beer Garden. Enjoy an evening with savory and sweet food, à la carte drinks and music. Tickets are $ 20 and include three plates from food stalls and three plates from dessert stalls.

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Brooke Viggiano is a contributing writer always eager to share Houston’s coolest, delicious events with Houston Press readers.

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