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: A new place for sweets, two of Houston’s best restaurants, and playoff soccer (and baseball). 


EaDo is becoming Houston’s pastry hotspot

Kripa Shenoy’s long-awaited EaDough is now open on Polk Street and ready to serve croissants, cookies, muffins, and more through its walk-up window. Keep an eye on the evolving menu, and don’t forget to stop by for a delicious lunch on the go.  


Two neighborhood faves make the Top 100

Nancy’s Hustle and Koffeteria each landed on the Houston Chronicle’s prestigious list for 2022. Unsurprisingly, both cracked the top 25, coming in at #17 and #23, respectively. 


Cheer on the city’s other playoff team

The Dash are hosting their first-ever playoff match at PNC Stadium this Sunday. Watch history as they take on Kansas City and fight for a spot in the semi-finals. Did we mention $7 tickets, $3 beers, and $1 hot dogs?


Local Business Love:


East End Hardware

October means the “Strotails” are back. Cheer on the Astros’ playoff run with a player-inspired drink for each game. 


Books for Development

Volunteers and donations are always welcome to help with literacy efforts, like supplying 2,000+ books to the Harris County jail. 


Sekai Night & Day

Free mimosas are just one of the reasons to check out the Syn Saturday Brunch and Day Party. 


Facet Seven Fitness

Work hard, play harder. Get to know the trainers and members at this Oct. 15 happy hour. 


Tiny Champions

The almond and citrus cake is back, but not for long. Don’t forget to try the espresso martini.


Additional Hot Spots to Catch the Astros in Action:

Little Woodrow’s EaDo

Pitch 25 

Rodeo Goat

Texas Tailgate 

True Anomaly Brewing