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Astros Opening Day – Hot Dogs & Rare Force One

In celebration of the Houston Astros Opening Day on Friday, April 5th, B&B Butchers & Restaurant is stepping up to the plate and offering some fun new menu items! Join us for lunch or dinner before the Astros home game and enjoy a selection of festive, TX Wagyu Hot Dogs! Then board our complimentary shuttle, Rare Force One, and we’ll take you to the ballpark and back!* Below are the specialty hot dogs that will be offered all day: The Ballpark Classic – $14 Chef Tommy’s Dog – $26 The Carpetbagger Coney – $29 AND THE OVER THE TOP… Break

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Ring in the New Year with B&B!

Join B&B on New Year’s Eve, Monday, December 31st, for a fun, festive evening of delicious food, drinks, party favors, and (most importantly) live music and a DJ! The Kelley Peters Jazz Trio will perform in the downstairs dining room and singer Bob Luna and a guitarist will perform in the upstairs dining room during dinner from 6-10pm. Then DJ Wyatt Magnum will spin tunes from 10pm-2am on the rooftop patio (which is covered and heated!) There is no ticket fee or prix fixe menu, and guests can order off the regular dinner menu. However, reservations are required. Please call 713.862.1814 to reserve your table. Pre-order your champagne for the

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Where to get Thanksgiving dinner to go in Houston

Thanksgiving take-away includes brined, ready-to-cook turkey ($6 per pound); roasted prime rib (including pommes puréeand Yorkshire pudding) for $300 for half or $550 for whole; traditional sides ($60-$110) and pumpkin, pecan, apple crumb and key lime pies for $35 each. Orders must be received 24 hours in advance for pick up beginning Nov. 20 through Thanksgiving morning at 1814 Washington. Read More. 

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Houston’s Best Thanksgiving Day Dining Options

The holiday season is just around the corner, and that means planning an epic Thanksgiving Day dinner complete with turkey, sides, and all the trimmings. Or, instead of taking on this massive day of cooking, you could just leave it up to the professionals. Skip this dishes this year and head to one of these Houston restaurants for Thanksgiving lunch, brunch, or dinner. From the traditional holiday spread to Afghan fare, these eateries are serving up Turkey Day’s best dining options. Read More.

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Houston restaurants open on Thanksgiving Day 2018

Thanksgiving Day dinner is a celebration. For the home cook, it can also be a logistical challenge. If you don’t feel like cooking or baking, these Houston restaurants will be open and most will be serving traditional holiday fare. We recommend reserving a table soon, as many of them are booking up quickly. Read More. 

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