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In this week’s digest: A new EaDo restaurant opens to praise, a neighborhood chef is recognized for his innovative baked goods, and 8th Wonder merch is on sale just in time for last minute holiday gifts.
Food Critic Alison Cook documents her first taste of new EaDo pizza-and-pasta restaurant Tiny Champions in the Houston Chronicle. Spoiler alert: It was love at first bite.
As part of the “12 Days of Favorite Houston Food & Drink Experiences in 2020” series from Houston Food Finder and Houston Press, Koffeteria chef Vanarin Kuch was recognized for his work “introducing Houston to baked goods and pastries that strike a fine balance between genius and insanity,” such as the Beef Phở Kolache and Hot Cheetos Croissant.
Gift 8th Wonder merchandise this holiday season—it’s 18% off with promo code HOLIDAY18 for a limited time. And, the seasonal Dream Shake Stout is now on tap at the 8th Wonder taproom. The robust stout, with notes of chocolate and coffee, will also make its package debut in 22-ounce bottles very soon.
Local Business Love
Anyone looking for last minute gifts and stocking stuffers can benefit from supporting local restaurants with gift cards. The following EaDo businesses all have physical and/or digital gift cards available: Nancy’s Hustle, Rodeo Goat, and Tout Suite.
The restaurant specializing in Gulf Coast Texas dishes is now offering local delivery. Call 832-582-7202 to place an order.
Worried about where you’ll store Christmas presents with the whole family at home? EaDo Bike Co. will hold onto your purchases until Christmas Eve.