Food truck festival at Eureka Heights
On Saturday, April 14 from noon to 6 p.m. Eureka Heights Brewery is hosting its first food truck festival, reported HoustonPress. Multiple bars will be set up along with a line of eateries offering $5 menu items. The lineup: Wokker Food Truck, Harold’s Restaurant & Tap Room, Arepa Station, Big Daddy’s Hot Sauces, and Six String Elixirs.
Taco food truck to debut permanent location
The popular taco food truck, Taqueria Barba, is settling down at 3701 N. Main St. with a new name: Cantina Barba. According to Eater Houston, the permanent location will have full bar service, including a selection of new-to-Houston Mezcals. The menu will be expanded and include chicken, barbacoa, and pork shoulder options. Like the truck, the restaurant will serve breakfast tacos all day. The truck will continue serving customers at 2119 Washington Ave.
Helen in the Heights hosting wine dinners
On Tuesday, April 17 Helen in the Heights is hosting a duo of wine dinners, according to HoustonPress. The Greek eatery will include Nerantzi Winery and winemaker Evanthia Mitropoulos for a special wine dinner. The dinner will feature a five-course meal paired with the organic and natural wines of Nerantzi.
On April 18, George Skouras will be presenting his wines to be paired with a five-course dinner, prepared by Helen’s executive chef. According to HoustonPress, Skouras is one of the creators of “Megas Oenos,” an iconic red wine that changed the way the world looked at Greek wine.
There are only eighteen seats available to each event, call the location for information on tickets.
Neighbors in Cottage Grove rival with local bar
The bar Down the Street is in danger of losing its liquor license due to neighbor complaints of noise, health concerns because of service dogs on the patio, and over capacity. According to PaperCityMag, Down the Street has a hearing set for late April in front of the State Office of Administrative Hearings Houston Regional Office to find out if its license will be revoked or not. Other neighbors are coming to the aid of the bar, hoping to influence the decision