Rodeo Hangover

March 20, 2013 by  
Filed under Events

Now that we’ve watched George ride away and waved goodbye to all of our favorite fried fair foods, we Houstonians are experiencing a little of what we like to call a “Rodeo Hangover.” Not to fear, the springtime is the best time to get out and experience all our great city has to offer. In case your readers need a reminder, here are some events happening around town that will cure your Rodeo blues:

Crawfish Boil: Goode Company and the local chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation will host the inaugural “Craw-Wish Boil”  at Goode’s Armadillo Palace on May 11th from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. With live music, door prizes, and unlimited crawfish and beer for just $25 ($30 at the door) there’s no better way to spend a sunny Saturday than with Goode Company.

Art Festival: The Bayou City Art Festival is finally here! This Friday through Sunday, pack up the kids and head out to Memorial Park for a day of good food, live music, and hunting for treasure among the more than 300 artists on-site. Kids can even create their own art masterpieces!

Hoppy Easter: Washington bar Little J’s  is hosting a special Easter celebration on Easter Sunday with jello shots served in plastic eggs and other drink specials. Come get hoppy with Little J’s vast beer selection!

Blues Concert: We can’t wait to visit Discovery Green on Wednesdays for lunch from now until April 24th for their signature ‘Blues and Burgers‘  series featuring a blues concert and delicious burgers from their famous grill. Take an extra long lunch, we won’t tell.

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