How to Build a Balcony Garden in Houston
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How to Build a Balcony Garden in Houston

Wanting to start a balcony garden in Houston? No time like the present to see if you have a green thumb. With all this extra time at home, I’m sure many people are itching to get fresh air and make the most of their outdoor space. Whether you have acres of land or an apartment … Continue reading

100+ Places for Delivery or Curbside Alcohol in Houston
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100+ Places for Delivery or Curbside Alcohol in Houston

Wondering where you can get curbside alcohol in Houston with the COVID-19 shut down? Have no fear, your virtual happy hours are about to get lit. Houston bars and restaurants are revamping their business models to transform their establishments into drive-thrus or curbside only establishments. Rally the troops, create an Outlook calendar invite and host … Continue reading

10 Ways to Support Houston Businesses during COVID-19
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10 Ways to Support Houston Businesses during COVID-19

Just because you’re stuck at home doesn’t mean you can’t support Houston businesses during COVID-19. By now you’ve probably received a thousand emails, updates, tweets, and letters from businesses that are struggling from forced and voluntary closures. With dine-in down as much as 75%, local restaurants, shops, and businesses need our support more than ever. … Continue reading

Sip Eggnog All Over The Heights This Holiday Season with Nogsmas
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Sip Eggnog All Over The Heights This Holiday Season with Nogsmas

Every year, Heights-area restaurants band together for an eggnog scavenger hunt. And yes, winners get a prize. This year marks the fifth year of Nogsmas! I’ve actually participated with my same group of friends every year — it’s one of my favorite holiday traditions! This year, there are eight bars and restaurants between Washington and just … Continue reading