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.
What’s happening this week: Houston Dash season tickets went on sale, The Washington Post shared their EaDo faves and PaperCity ponders important questions about EaDo’s residential potential. And CONGRATULATIONS Astros on heading to the World Series!
The Dash season may be over, but season tickets for 2020 are on sale now, and the perks are impressive. Season ticket holders get access to 12 Dash home games, two bonus Dynamo games, and invitations to exclusive member-only events. Click here for more information on what’s included.
The Washington Post’s “By the Way” blog recently profiled EaDo, calling out local landmarks like Graffiti Park, True Anomaly Brewing and The Secret Group. Who else made the list? Read on to find out.
We’re obviously biased when it comes to the answer to the question above, but PaperCity took a deep dive into what it means to live in EaDo from a quality of life and a real estate perspective.
In their words: “EaDo has piqued the interest not just of big developers but also individual buyers, attracted to the allure of a new, exciting neighborhood, and the potential for an investment that could pay off handsomely in the future.”
On October 23rd, don’t make dinner. Instead, head to 8th Wonder Brewery to enjoy a four-course meal paired with specially selected beers. The meals include oysters, wild boar tacos, and beer-battered Chilean seabass paired with 8th Wonder’s finest brew and spirits. So, reserve your spot and get your ticket here.
Make the most out of your Halloween this year by attending the Truck Yard’s Annual Halloween bash. The festivities will include a dog costume contest where the winner will get their paws on a $150 gift card, and a human costume contest in which the winner will walk away with a $250 gift card. The bash will begin at 3 p.m. on October 26. For details on the itinerary click the link above.
Block out every Wednesday night for The Secret Group’s two-dollar comedy show. Starting at 8 p.m., enjoy a night of laughs and happy hour specials, followed by karaoke. Come show some support for your local comedians—there’s a new lineup every week.
In between chants of “Altuve!” you might want to find a fun place to watch the World Series this week to cheer on the Astros in their quest to #TakeItBack. Hop the rail to head directly to the source—Minute Maid Park—or hit up Lucky’s for massive block parties with Jumbotrons and more, 8th Wonder for drink specials or Little Woodrow’s for plenty of big-screen viewing.