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In this week’s digest: A Depeche Mode tribute concert at Warehouse Live, a pop up kitchen at East End Backyard, and one way to tour Houston’s stunning art murals on bike!
Catch Some Tunes at Warehouse Live
Strangelove will be rocking the house with Depeche Mode’s greatest hits on Friday, 1/22. Lvke Jvarez and Radio Duran, a tribute to Duran Duran, will open the concert. Tickets start at $14.
Catch some NFL playoff games this Sunday while enjoying New England clam chowder, hot-buttered lobster rolls with a Houston-Viet-Cajun twist, and much more. East End Backyard will be hosting a pop up with Riel executive sous chef Peter Nguyen from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Go on a bikeable public art tour
Mark your calendars! On Saturday 1/30, the Tour de Mural will take you riding across Houston, and through EaDo, to see murals by renowned artist Betirri. Need a bike? Houston BCycle will have one for you. Tickets are $8.
Local Business Love
8th Wonder Brewery – Try their new Reverence Hazy IPA! You can enjoy a pint at the brewery or take home a 32oz crowler.
True Anomaly Brewing – After swinging by 8th Wonder, stop in at True Anomaly to try their latest brew: a dry, crispy Small Fruit farmhouse ale.
Nancy’s Hustle – Looking for a dessert that lasts more than one meal? Imagine having access to oatmeal sunflower chocolate chunks any time you want, with Nancy’s frozen cookie dough balls you can order to bake at home.
Tout Suite – Every Tuesday is Truffle Tuesday at the beloved EaDo bakery and cafe: Enjoy 2 for $2 cake truffles to go with your coffee.
Little Woodrow’s EaDo – Don’t miss Schitt’s Creek Trivia Night on Tuesday, 1/26 at 7 p.m.