, 5510 Morningside, a new speedy- informal sandwich and salad destination, will open its doorways in Rice Village on Thursday, July 18. To have a good time at the Grand Opening, it’s teaming up with local James Beard award-triumphing chef Chris Shepherd on a different sandwich collaboration, available for one month and with a hundred percent of proceeds reaping benefits the chef’s Southern Smoke Foundation charity.
The Charity Sandwich will function pecan wood smoked bacon sausage, “wedge slaw” with sparkling herbs and black pepper buttermilk dressing, pink onions, tomato, and housemade roasted garlic aioli, all served on a toasted brioche bun. Before commencing, the eatery could be premiering the sandwich and kicking off its giving with a “Pay What You Want” Charity Dinner on Tuesday, July 16, from five:30 to 8 p.m. For this dinner, Mendocino Farms will provide the meals (one entree and one non-alcoholic beverage per ticket), and you get to donate (cash or take a look at) something you need to Southern Smoke. All contributions will pass without delay to their Emergency Relief Fund. RSVP for a gap before they fill up.
Space City Month at Brennan’sBrennan’s, 3300 Smith will provide a unique “Space City Month” 7-7-7 menu celebrating the 50th of the moon landing. Diners are invited to take off to the Courtyard Bar for area-stimulation, Texas-Creole bitess,, cocktails, and wine (all $7 every) from 2 to 7 p.m. During July. Highlights include Blue Moon BBQ Shrimp, Saturn’s Rings, blue cheese fried onion earrings with roasted duck chili, Blood Moon Citrus Crudo, Half Moon Meat Pies, and Moondancer Oysters.
Moon Landing Specials at The Grove
In honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the moon touchdown, The Grove, 1611 Lamar, will provide artisan moon pies ($5) and Moonwalk cocktails ($10) from Monday, July 15 through Saturday, July 27. The moon pies are to be had in two flavors: traditional graham crackers full of marshmallows and dipped in milk chocolate and chocolate cookies full of marshmallows and dipped in white chocolate. The Moonwalk cocktail features clean grapefruit juice, orange liqueur, rose water, and fizz.
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Full Moon Party at Four Seasons Hotel Houston
Four Seasons Hotel Houston, 1300 Lamar, keeps its Space City Month celebrations with a Full Moon Party on its fourth ground pool deck from 7 to 10 p.m. The occasion is free and open to the public, presenting space-themed food and drink specials, live DJ tunes, raffle prizes, and two special guest NASA engineers who can impart area-themed amusing statistics and video games for guests.
Frankfurter fanatics can prevent using Bernie’s Burger Bus, 5407 Bellaire, 2643 Commercial Center, 2200 Yale, 6324 Highway 6, on National Hot Dog Day to revel in 44 Farms USDA Choice Angus pork franks for $2 every all day at all places.
Hot Dog Day at Kenny & Ziggy ‘sBy places of Kenny & Ziggy’s, 2327 Post Oak, 5172 Buffalo Speedway, celebrate National Hot Dog Day by offering three distinctiveness puppies on one plate for $17.Ninety-five guests can enjoy Da Bronx dog, piled excessively with potato salad and mustard; The Queso-Ra-Sera, a juicy canine wrapped in bacon then topped with pepper jack, avocado, percent, chipotle cream, sour cream, and onion earrings; and the YoSo Dog, a frank with avocado, fried onions, ebi sauce, and chipotle cream.
Celebrity Waiter Spaghetti Supper at Radunare Italian-American Table
Radon is Italian-American Table, 2520 Research Forest, will host its grand opening dining event — a Celebrity Waiter Spaghetti Supper reaping benefits the Sir Bernard Law County Food Bank. From 6 to nine p.m., party-goers can enjoy family-fashion spaghetti and meatballs, salads, wine, and Peroni as nearby Woodland’s celebrities will “wait” tables and engage in zany antics to inspire “tips” from diners. Tickets are $40 in step with the individual. All pointers and price tag income can be donated to the Food Bank.