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

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The State Fare Bar & Kitchen is ready to liven up your work day with a special Monday brunch.

Photo by Adrian Verde

Here is a look at the delicious food and drink happenings this weekend: Friday, 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.

4203 Edison

Houston-based Night Moves Hospitality and Annick Baquero will host a Care Package Drive for Afghan refugees this Friday, and Trash Panda will sell $ 1 worth of Suntory Toki highballs to those who donate. Guests are encouraged to take home essentials such as pots and pans, washing-up liquid, dishes, bed linen and more, as well as hygiene products, cleaning supplies and school supplies.

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Saturday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

5420 Lawndale

Buzzy smashburger concept Boo’s Burgers, the idea of ​​the barista-by-day, burger-flipper-by-night Joseph Boudreux, takes a break from his usual The Tipping Point pop-up and goes to Cochinta & Co. and Kickin ‘ Kombucha place this Saturday evening. With crispy edges and topped with American cheese, LTO, pickles, and Boudreux’s addicting burger sauce, the burgers have historically been known to sell out through pre-orders (even top chef finalist Dawn Burrell is a fan). No pre-orders are taken this time, so you have the chance to show up on site and win a burger.

Sunday, 5pm to 11pm

3101 San Jacinto

Japanese restaurant Shun will host its first Tokyo Night Festival with OCA of Houston in the Social Beer Garden. The night features over 30 vendors, live entertainment, cars, cosplay, anime, and local chefs specializing in Japanese cuisine. Participation in the event is free.

Labor Day brunch and more

Monday (and a couple of weekend specials)

From mimosa-powered Labor Day brunch to backyard barbecues to weekend dining, check out our Houston Labor Day Food and Drink Guide to find out where to celebrate the long weekend in Houston.

Houston Restaurant Weeks

Now until Labor Day

It is officially the final call for Houston Restaurant Weeks, which have raised funds for the Houston Food Bank throughout August and which will end on Labor Day. Check out the library of participating restaurants and HRW menus again and reserve your favorites, from exciting newcomers like Xin Chào and The Nash to long-time classics like Rainbow Lodge and Tony’s and everything in between.

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