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.


In this week’s digest: Enjoy some outdoor shopping, Nancy’s Hustle has dine-in service again, and another tasty taproom has reopened.


Good Bayou Market returns on 9/19

Sip and shop! This Saturday, local artists and makers will be selling their crafts and art at Rodeo Goat. This is an opportunity to support local artisans, while enjoying some of the best burgers (and $2 mimosas) in town. The market will feature several new vendors this month.


Award-winning restaurant to offer dine-in service 

Nancy’s Hustle is reopening for limited dine-in service on Wednesday, 9/23. Reservations for the 2020 CultureMap Tastemaker winner (Best Chef and Best Pastry Chef) can be made at Resy. You can also learn about their COVID-19 protocols on the Resy website.


Catch some brews at True Anomaly

Another taproom is open! Enjoy some of Houston’s tastiest beers + PUCS PopUpCoffeeStop will be serving paninis, pretzels, crepes, and other delicious bites. According to True Anomaly’s Instagram, the brewery will be open until 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday moving forward.


Local Business Love


Up early? Lucky you, this EaDo favorite is now open for breakfast! From 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. enjoy new Celadon Coffee breakfast items like the Htown Rollout, Berry Galette, and Celadon Morning Buns. Check out the CafeTH instagram page for more information.


Pitch 25

The ballpark is closed, but not the Beer Park. Enjoy Astros baseball with breakfast tacos and mimosas. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday until 3 p.m. and first pitch for Sunday’s Astros game is scheduled for 1:10 p.m. 


8th Wonder

The taproom is open but a seasonal favorite is about to run dry: Grab some ever-crispy Helles Lager before it flies south for the winter. If you don’t make it in time, have no fear, Procrastinator Session IPA is on its way. Boozy Pouches of Lemon Drop Top or Whiskey Lemonade (only $8) can also enliven your weekend spirits if you’re looking for something a little stronger.