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In this digest: Learn how to contribute or find help, as the city bounces back from Winter Storm Uri.
Warmer temperatures have returned, but many Houstonians are still recovering from the devastating winter storm. Donate if you can, or text HOUSTONFREEZE or HOUSTONAYUDA to 898211 for updates on plumbing and home repair assistance.
Help Houston’s efforts to qualify for federal recovery assistance by participating in the city’s winter weather damage survey. Reporting any damage incurred at your property will guide the recovery efforts.
Combined Arms joined forces with local food trucks to deliver 250 hot meals to Houston seniors in the wake of the winter storm. Any veteran in need can connect with Combined Arms for a variety of assistance services year round.
Local Business Love
Eadeaux’s Cajun Cocina: EaDO’s Tex Mex-Cajun fusion food truck was featured in a Texas Monthly article that celebrated the thoughtful experimentation and cultural appreciation found in contemporary Texas food. Follow EaDeaux’s on Facebook for hours and to see their menu.
Dumpling Dudez: Founders Michael Dorsey and Chih Lin took their dumpling-making classes virtual when COVID-19 forced them to close the restaurant last year. They just announced that they will offer two virtual classes in March. Each virtual experience box ($99) makes about 30-40 dumplings and it’s perfect for date night or a couple with young children. Sign up today.
Texas Avenue BnB: One of Houston’s coolest Airbnbs is giving back when it’s needed the most. Anyone affected by the winter storm can take advantage of a 50% off extended stay discount by booking through their website and using the code TAKE50.
Tout Suite: Make the most of the warmer weather with a well-deserved brunch featuring $3 mimosas and your favorite comfort foods. Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
8th Wonder Brewery: If you stopped by the taproom for free reverse-osmosis water last week, consider a return trip to find your new favorite craft beer and sample the pulled pork waffle fries from Eatsie Boys. Doors open at noon.