neurontin common side effects

Post from Cheap Eats In Houston
Leave a comment/read the entire post here


Interested in learning more about wine, craft beer, tequila, whiskey, or more spirits? It doesn't matter if you know a little or a lot about either of those, there's always more to be learned.

Below is a list of inexpensive classes taking place this week. Attend one of these tasting classes taking place to build your knowledge and palate.

Tuesday, November 29:

You're invited to Reserve 101 is holding its last Tasting Tuesday of the year. It's a complimentary class and tasting featuring spirits, mainly whiskeys, and the occasional tequila, rum, and craft beer. This week's class spotlights Cardhu, Clynelish, and Caol Il. All three are single malts from the Diageo portfolio, the world’s largest premium spirits business. Space is limited. RSVP required.

Cost: Free
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Reserve 101
1201 Caroline
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 655-7101

Upcoming Classes on a Budget You Won't Want To Miss:

Saturday, December 10:

Mortar (1911 Westheimer): Train your palate and distinguish different roasts just like the pros, in the final class of the Palate & Coffee Training Series. Taught by David Buehrer of Greenway Coffee and the soon-to-open, Blacksmith Coffee Bar, guests will learn how to coffee and coffee beans differ by aroma and flavor, and other techniques for $25. Space is limited. RSVP required.

Thursday, December 15:

Whole Foods Market (2955 Kirby Dr): Join Whole Foods Market for an after-hours holiday wine tasting led by Wine Specialist, Sally beginning at 9 p.m. The special tasting will feature eight winter wines, each paired with cheeses. The cost of the tasting is $15. Space is limited. Reserve your space at guest services.

Friday, December 16th

Whole Foods Market (701 Waugh): It's not the holidays without sparkling wine. Taste and learn about select sparkling wines and champagnes during Whole Foods Market's Montrose location's monthly wine tasting from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Led by the store's wine experts, guests will taste sparkling wines for the holidays paired with cheeses. The tasting is free but reservation is required. Sign up at Guest Services.

Post from Cheap Eats In Houston
Leave a comment/read the entire post here

Comments are closed.