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If someone tells you there's nothing to do in Houston this weekend, obviously they are sadly mistaken. Being among the top five largest cities in the United States, Houston offers a lot of activities that saying "there's nothing to do in Houston", will never cross any person's lips again.

Then again, it's all about knowing what's happening around town and where to go. If someone doesn't know what's going on in their own backyards, most likely that will be the response heard each and every weekend.

We're here to provide a little assistance. With your knowledge of places to dine without breaking the bank and food-related events on the cheap, the cries of there's nothing-to-do-this-weekend will be a thing of the past.




Friday, August 19:


Summer is almost to an end and Ikea is celebrating in true Swedish tradition with a Kräftskiva. Don't have your Swedish to English translator handy, a Kräftskiva is a Crayfish Party. Join in the festivities with an all-you-can-eat crawfish buffet that also includes various salads, shell on prawns with cocktail sauce, a variety of rolls, assorted Swedish cheeses, meatballs with lingonberries, potatoes, assorted Swedish desserts and cookies, and more.

The Crawfish party is from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Cost is $9.99 for adults and $2.49 for children under 12 years of age. Reservations are suggested.


IKEA Houston
7810 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77024

Make it a spudtastic day because Friday is National Potato Day. Is there any better usage of the potato than fries? Maybe but fries just rock and because of their awesomeness, The Counter and Becks Prime are giving away fries all day with select purchases.

Make plans to join in this weekend's wine tastings featuring wines from South Africa at Sugar Land's Top Shelf Wine & Spirits or attend other free and inexpensive tastings all around town.

Grilling on the Patio at Smith & Wollensky
Photo: Cheap Eats in HoustonWhere to go after work on Friday? Some place where you can stretch your dollar on Friday so you can splurge on Saturday and Sunday. One option is going to Smith & Wollensky's Steakhouse. From 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., dine for free on the patio while the chef grills sliders, ribs, and other offerings available for the evening. Skip the overpriced margaritas and go for the $3 glass of house wines to cool down while you go to town during happy hour.




To kick-off it's new happy hour, Sorrel Urban Bistro is inviting all happy hour lovers to Bar Sorrel for a two-day celebration beginning Friday. Take a seat at the bar and mingle while sipping $3 well cocktails, wines on tap, and domestic beers. Feeling hungry? Bar Sorrel will be serving its gourmet flatbreads on the house. So where will you be between 9 p.m. and midnight, Bar Sorrel, that's where.


Sorrel Urban Bistro
2202 West Alabama
Houston, TX 77098
(713) 677-0391




Saturday, August 20:


Photo credit: AlpineZonePhotography/FlickrGeorgia's Farm to Market (12171 Katy Freeway) is celebrating the local life by highlighting all the amazing local food and beverages produced right here in Houston. A hometown favorite brew for many, Saint Arnold Brewing Company, will have a tasting paired with foods. Taste Saint Arnold's Weedwacker paired with a chicken sandwich and wings made with the brewery's Amber Ale or Saint Arnold's Amber Ale with a bison burger and grass-fed beef fajitas. The tasting is free and is from 11 a.m. -2 p.m.

Jonesin' for more beer tastings on the cheap? Drive to Katy for a tour and free sampling of No Label Brewery brews. Rather stay in town? There are free and inexpensive tastings all around town.

How does chorizo and menudo sound for breakfast? Then join LULAC Council 4967 (League of United Latin American Citizens) for a free breakfast buffet in the East End at Doneraki Mexican Restaurant at Gulfgate.

Thanks to Houston on the Cheap for the tip.


Doneraki
2903 Woodridge Dr.
Houston, TX 77087
(713) 645-6400

Did you know Rice Epicurean's Cooking School is participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks? Take part in their hands on class about braising for a steal at $35, with $5 from each sign-up going towards Houston Food Bank.

Photo courtesy of Grey Goose VodkaCool off at The Grove (1611 Lamar) with Houston Magazine during its Grey Goose Summer Soiree. Complimentary Grey Goose L'Orange Summer Tea and Grey Goose Le Citron Fresh Berry Lemonade will be served to kick-off the start to a great weekend. Or rock out at Cactus Music where a live in-store show will take place with complimentary libations from Saint Arnold Brewing Company.







To kick-off it's new happy hour, Sorrel Urban Bistro is inviting all happy hour lovers to Bar Sorrel for a two-day celebration beginning Friday. Take a seat at the bar and mingle while sipping $3 well cocktails, wines on tap, and domestic beers. Feeling hungry? Bar Sorrel will be serving its gourmet flatbreads on the house. So where will you be between 9 p.m. and midnight, Bar Sorrel, that's where.


Sorrel Urban Bistro
2202 West Alabama
Houston, TX 77098
(713) 677-0391



Sunday, August 21


Ever wonder how to make the most of leftovers? Williams-Sonoma is offering a free non hands-on class titled Cook once, Eat Twice at noon. Classes are offered at all locations. Time varies at each location. Reservations required.

Missed the launch of Radical Eats Sunday brunch last weekend? Don't miss this week. The vegan Mexican restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat buffet full of vegan brunch dishes, so full of lfavor that you won't miss the meat. The buffet rotates from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. with stuffed peppers, fried okra, slaw, and much more all for $11.


Radical Eats
3903 Fulton
Houston, TX 77009
(713) 697-8719

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