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In this digest: An international soccer match, bike bargains, and toasting to clean energy.


Soccer returns to EaDo this weekend

While the hometown teams missed out on the playoffs this year, you still have a chance to catch some soccer action at PNC Stadium on Saturday. Tickets for the 7 p.m. friendly between El Salvador and Ecuador are available starting at $45 each. 


Sunday Swap Meet

Sell some gear, shop for a bargain, or maybe both at EaDo Bike Co’s Sunday Swang Swap Meet. The fun starts at 2 p.m., and a food truck will be on-site to satisfy your taco cravings.


The Future of Energy Celebration

The 23rd World Petroleum Congress hits Houston next week, and 8th Wonder Brewery is hosting a post-conference party on Wednesday, Dec. 9. Reserve your spot and enjoy drinks, live music, and a chance to learn about a few of the industry’s most innovative startups. 


Rock out Texas-style this weekend

Texas Rock Fest featuring Tin Pool, Vital Signs, and Comeback Sauce kicks off at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 4 at Warehouse Live. Start tuning your air guitar and get your advance tickets for just $10 today. 


Local Business Love:

8th Wonder

Get an early start with a Crawler of French Toast breakfast beer brewed with vanilla, cinnamon, and maple syrup. 


J-Bar-M Barbeque

Fresh off an extended Thanksgiving break, EaDo’s newest restaurant resumes its 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. service on Dec. 2. Stay tuned for new menu items and evening hours coming soon. 


Pitch 25 Beer Park 

Look no further for the perfect place to host a boredom-proof holiday party. Live music, beer, sports, and games will keep everyone in your group happy. 


Rodeo Goat

Embrace the spirit of the season literally and figuratively with the new thyme and cranberry Yule Mule cocktail. 


HTX Sports Creek 

Don’t miss the diverse fun and fare of the Houston Holiday Food and Games Festival on Dec. 18 from noon to 8 p.m. Admission is free when you RSVP.