October 11th, 2011
The Look Ahead: No Label Dinner, Cook-Off for Kids, Dirty Duchess, Westbound
Tuesday is nearly over. Hump Day awaits us.
No Label Beer Dinner at Julia’s Bistro
You’re in for an evening of Latin Heritage Cuisine paired with exceptional handcrafted Pales and Lagers that are unique to Texas. Expect Posole de Camaron paired with No Label’s Pale Horse. Ensalada de Jicama with El Hefe. Taquitos de Cerdo. Pumpkin Flan with Black-Wit-O. Oh my!
Westbound has this to say, “We’re an independent and hard-working band from Houston, and we’re setting up a very special event at Rudyard’s on Thursday, Oct. 20th. We’re playing with Possessed by Paul James, which, together with Westbound, will bring Houston a night of music that is completely unique, and very special. We do what we do for the love of the music and the love of our fans.” I’m sold. If I were a bettin’ man, I’d say you was too. Let’s head on down to Rudz.
The Dirty Duchess Party Benefitting Opera Vista
Where: Galleria Area – Prohibition [5175 Westheimer Rd. Suite 2295, 77056]
When: Thursday, October 20th | 7:00PM
How much: Free admission | RSVP and Reservations at www.operavista.org or call 281.940.4636
Scoop’d from: Opera Vista
Put on your formal wear, cocktail attire or 1950s chic—it’s time to celebrate Opera Vista’s Fifth Anniversary and kick-off OV’s next production: Thomas Ades’ Powder Her Face. The video up there is assuredly a realistic preview. Keep that in mind when you’re thinking about staying in with a tub of honey and ginger snaps.
Child Advocates Cook-Off for Kids
Where: Hughes Hangar [2811 Washington Ave., 77007]
When: Saturday, October 22nd | 12:00PM to 4:00PM
How much: Tickets are $20 for YPC members, $25 for non-members, and $50 for a ticket AND membership! Ticket includes: Chili from the competing restaurants, beverage ticket, and a koozie.
Scoop’d from: Child Advocates
Join us on October 22, when Houston’s most popular restaurants will battle for bragging rights in the YPC Chili Cook-Off. Participants will get to sample creations by chefs from BRC Gastropub, Community Bar, Eatsie Boys, Haven, Lola, Quattro, Shade, Zelko Bistro and more while raising money for Child Advocates‘ fight against child abuse. A huge thank you goes to all our sponsors, participants and most especially to Hughes Hangar for hosting this great new event. Watch for information on how to buy your tickets in advance, because this is a contest you won’t want to miss!