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 digest: Road trip destinations, fall football, and an anniversary celebration.
Nancy’s Hustle and Tiny Champions featured by Forbes
Two EaDo favorites earned a place among the suggested stops on Forbes’ Wine & Dine Road Trip through Houston. Seasonal menus, drink selections, and dessert offerings were just a few of the features luring travelers to the neighborhood.
Catch college football at the new PNC Stadium
BBVA’s merger with PNC means the hometown stadium has a new name and shiny new signs. See for yourself when you snag tickets to watch the Texas Southern Tigers take on the Alabama A&M Bulldogs on Saturday, November 13.
8th Wonder Follies to celebrate one-year anniversary
Houston’s best burlesque act is back and it’s celebrating a milestone anniversary. If you haven’t had the pleasure of attending this one-of-a-kind show, check it out this Saturday, November 13.
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The Secret Group presents podcast favorite and on-screen funnyman Doug Benson. Advance tickets are just $22 for the set with a less-than-subtle 4:20 start time.
Register for Mike and Chih’s Friendsgiving virtual dumpling-making class. For $99, you get a spot for two and all the ingredients to make 30-40 dumplings, plus trivia fun.
It’s not just the sweet treats that keep the crowds coming. Fabulous steak, chicken, and salmon dishes are on the lunch and dinner menu as well.
Put on your best jorts and join the crew for a 20-mile Fast Friday ride. Be at the shop at 6:30 p.m. and ready to roll by 7 on the second Friday of each month (including this one).
Geeks who Drink hosts Sunday Trivia every week at this EaDo bar. Gather your team of up to six players and come ready to compete.
Mark your calendar for the Battle of the Breweries Chili Cook-off on Sunday, Nov. 21. Admission, two beers, and a sampling of the competitors’ work for just $15.