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In this digest: Memorial Day plans, exploring AAPI culture, and rooting for the home team.
Spend the holiday weekend exploring EaDo
If you’re looking for ways to fill the holiday weekend, check out Eater’s new list of the east side’s best dining and drink destinations. There are plenty of EaDo favorites. See if yours made the cut and find a few new spots you might have overlooked.
Celebrate Houston’s AAPI small business community
Chapman & Kirby is hosting a day of food, drinks, and entertainment this Saturday to spotlight the community’s thriving AAPI culture. Stop by the Far East Fest from 2-8 p.m. to experience a fantastic appreciation event.
A weekend full of pool parties
No place in EaDo throws a party quite like Sekai. And Memorial Day weekend means you have two chances to see for yourself. The Vegas-style club is hosting a day party on Saturday afternoon, followed by a night swim on Sunday that won’t end until 2 a.m.
Take sides in Houston vs. Austin
More than bragging rights are on the line when the Dynamo take on Austin FC this Saturday evening. See if Houston can beat their in-state rivals as both teams continue to climb the Western Conference standings.
Local Business Love:
For the next few weeks, Tuesday is movie night. Complete with $2 tacos from La Esquina.
Their newest craft creation is out of this world. The Peggy Lemonade Hibiscus Ale honors Peggy Whitson, a true space pioneer.
Kick off your Pride Month with tasty, colorful dumplings next Thursday.
Funnymaine’s Back Outside 2023 Tour brings him to EaDo on May 28. Tickets start at $20.
Save the date and get your tickets. The Dodgeball Charity Challenge is returning on June 24.