May 31st, 2011
The Look Ahead: Pizza & Beer, Joyful Yoga, Cooking Classes and a Concert in the Park
Good Noon to you, Loopsters! I trust you had a relaxing Memorial Day. Hopefully you’re not too buried at work. If so, check out some of the week’s events on a break. If you’re hoping to push off your responsibilities for tomorrow, dig right in. In any case—enjoy.
Pizza and Beer at Kenneally’s
This one is self explanatory. Pizza, reasonably priced drinks and an unassuming crowd to wind down that first day back at your place of employment.
So let’s say getting back from this three day weekend you’re so swamped you wish you hadn’t left. The feeling is mutual—I can’t seem to keep my head above the proverbial email river water. Luckily, Discovery Green’s got free outdoor yoga. Sure the day’s have been hot and dry, but when that breeze has kicked in, Houston would have you believe your elsewhere. Take advantage of the mild evenings and stretch out some the day’s stress.
LATER THIS WEEK
Hands on cooking workshop with the viking university (4 seats remaining)
Where: The Woodlands – Hubbell and Hudson Market and Bistro [24 Waterway Avenue, Suite 125, 77380]
When: Wednesday, June 1st and every Wednesday through July 6th | 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
How Much: This is for either the serious chef or those with $599.00 to spend. Think of a May-mester from those college days.
Scoop’d From: Hubbell & Hudson Website
This one’s not to be taken lightly. If you’re really looking to up your skills in the kitchen, check it out. Personally, I like cooking. If I had the spare time and the dough, I’d sign up in less time than it takes water to boil (not at high altitude).
Sure it’s far, with traffic you’re looking at about a 30 minute drive down I-45. Grab a to-go order at Perry’s, Ellie’s or Stephano’s (still the best pizza I’ve tasted) – all only minutes from the park. Once you’re there, pull out your folding chairs and relax. This week you’ve got the jazz bands of Clear Brook High School and Friendswood High School, respectively. If anything, it’ll shake things up from your usual routine of a happy hour turned hours. Worth the drive—yes.