Our weekly digest spotlights local news and EaDo-related events to keep you in the loop when it comes to the best neighborhood In the Loop. Catch it every week to stay informed.


Happening this week: Long-time restaurant favorite Kim Son partners with Kroger to sell meals at grocery stores, Magpies & Peacocks providing masks for Houstonians providing medical and essential services, and EaDo fitness centers provide virtual classes.


Kim Son partners up with Kroger

Attention all Kim Son fans! In an effort to help local restaurants sell more meals, Kroger has teamed up with EaDo’s Kim Son restaurant to make their meals accessible to more Houstonians.  


Kim Son’s Vietnamese-Chinese food (think chicken spring rolls, chicken fried rice, chicken lo mein, and a teriyaki chicken rice bowl) is available at two locations: West University (5150 Buffalo Speedway) and River Oaks (1938 West Gray Street).


Magpies & Peacocks providing masks where supplies are in high demand

Magpies & Peacocks, the nation’s only 501(c)3 non-profit design house, has been mobilizing their maker/sewing network to create masks for Houston caregivers in the medical and essential services fields. Magpies and Peacocks is asking for donations of $10 or more to help aid in the cost of making masks. Donations can be made here.


Hit the trails

EaDo’s Columbia Tap Rail-Trail located on 2300 Walker St. was recently announced as one of KRPC’s top six biking trails in Houston. Remember to enjoy the trail responsibly, by staying at least six feet away from others. 


Houston artist teams up with TXRX Makerspace near EaDo to make masks

Houston artist Mel Dwees recently teamed up with non-profit TXRX Makerspace near EaDo to make simple, washable and reusable masks. The masks are available for everyone to purchase via email at mel@graycontemporary.com. Dwees encourages buyers to donate their purchases to those on the frontlines. 


Judge Lina Hidalgo extended the “Stay Home, Work Safe” order to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. All non-essential workers are being asked to stay at home until April 30th. Essential businesses, like grocery stores, remain open. 


EaDo businesses are working within city guidelines to serve everyone in the safest way possible. Here, we highlight how three fitness businesses are adapting:


EaDo Bike Co. 

Open: Thursday to Monday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Closed: Tuesdays and Wednesdays


EaDo Bike Co. is offering online shopping and offering “home delivery, curbside pickup and shipping to your door.” To order online, head to eadobikeco.com and select your preferred delivery option. For repairs, call or text (281) 826-2453 to schedule a time to drop-off your bike. 


EaDo Fitness

EaDo Fitness is currently closed, but the gym is offering virtual classes via its Facebook page. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, they host virtual Community Zoom WODs (workouts of the day) for free, and every Friday at 7pm will host Virtual Friday Night Lights!


For details on their classes, you can message the gym via Facebook or info@eadofit.com


FiTMiX Yoga & Latin Fitness Studio

This dance and yoga studio is now offering daily live streaming (virtual) classes to help folks stay fit with Zumba, Beastmaker Bootcamp and yoga. For the FiTMiX Away “Livestream Schedule” check out the Facebook page or join the studio’s Facebook Group for more information.