Looking For Love in All the Right Places
HHH found some great menus for you and your Valentine.
Vida-This isn’t your grandmother’s tex-mex. Native Houstonians, Trey Melcher, his Mother Yvonne Melcher and her husband Magic Scwhartz have created a chic and sensous adults only tex-mex restaurant, with red walls and sultry art. Their menu offers traditonal favs, as classic enchiladas, and new creations as the Mexican cheddar burger and tempura fish tacos. The chips are hot and fresh and the salsa has just the right amount of kick. VIDA is bringing sexy back with two special Valentine dinner options that strays away from the traditional. “Double Dip” A shared sampling of aphrodisiacs, $69 per couple, excluding tax and tip,and “Roses are Red”
$40 per person, excluding tax and tip.
Look for an upcoming HHH event there!
4224 San Felipe
For more details on these menus below, contact each establishment
800 Sorella Ct.
LINE & LARIAT (Hotel ICON)
220 Main St.
$70 per person
Amuse Bouche- Chef’s Selection
MKT Bar Valentines' Week
Monday, February 13 – Friday, February 17
Phoenicia Specialty Foods Downtown
Monday-Friday 7 AM-9 PM
Saturday and Sunday 9 AM-8 PM
The Capitol at St.Germain
705 Main Street
Three acts of delicious!
4601 Washington / 281.501.3237
Prix Fixe $45 I With Tequila Pairing $70
HHH Night at Black Finn
Tomorrow night Black Finn is hosting an HHH evening February 7. They will provide a round of complimentary light bites and offer $3 Drink Specials for Domestic Drafts, House Wines, and Well Drinks from 4-8pm! Bring your friends, dates, spouses. See you there!
Parking is available in the garage located above the restaurant for $5.
Street parking is $1/hr and free after 6pm.
Be Still My Heart
Treat yourself or one of the Valentine’s in your life with a one of a kind jeweled treasure box or necklace from Tony Armato’s designs. Texan by choice, since 1975, Mr. Armato began his career as a commercial and location photographer, then became interested in sculpture, painting and jewelry. He Cofounded Jewellians, An Art To Wear Fashion Jewelry Company which grew into a factory based situation selling to such stores as Macy’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Henri Bendel, And Nordstrom. In 2001, the factory evolved into more personal jewelry company Tony Armato Accessories, designing one of a kind pieces and gift items for clients and specialty stores. He will also custom design boxes or jewelry for you. Click on the links below for more info and contact Tony directly to order. Be sure to mention HHH when you order!
Check our Calendar to plan your
social and shopping schedule!
This February, Saks Fifth Avenue will give 5% of all registered purchases made with a Saks Fifth Avenue credit card back to charity. Customers may select which local charity from Saks Fifth Avenue’s roster they wish to allocate their 5% contribution. Registration is one simple step at point of sale linking the customer account with their chosen charity.
Saks Fifth Avenue Houston has partnered with the following charities from February 1 to 29, 2012:
CancerForward: The Foundation for Cancer Survivors, a networking and educational resource for cancer survivors, embracing those living with, through and beyond cancer diagnosis.
Hermann Park Conservancy, a citizens' organization dedicated to the stewardship and improvement of Hermann Park — today and for generations to come.
Children’s Assessment Center, provides a professional, compassionate and coordinated approach to the treatment of sexually abused children and their families and to serve as an advocate for all children in our community.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, is dedicated to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
Texas Alzheimer’s Research & Care Consortium, a collaboration between five of the state’s leading medical research institutions to improve early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease.
Elaine Turner’s pre-Valentine’s Day Soiree of shopping, primping, champagne and chocolates Thursday, February 9, 6-8pm at her Rice Village Boutique.
Trees for Houston Membership drive party
READY. SET. GO! TAP INTO YOUR COMPETITIVE SPIRIT
WITH YTAC’S 2012 OLYMPIC GAMES
Young Texans Against Cancer (YTAC)will host their Third Annual YTAC Olympics, Sunday, February 12, 2012 from 1pm-5pm at Spotts Park in Houston, TX. Teams of 10 will compete in adult field day events including tug-o-war, relay race, bike race, obstacle course and hill sledding! Participants will enjoy a fun afternoon of friendly competition while helping raise money for Young Texans Against Cancer and the different initiatives that they support within the Houston cancer community. Burgers will be provided by The Counter; beer will be provided by Bud Light; and Vitamin Water will help sustain the athletes! Team entry fees are $400 and include team t-shirts, competitive activities and all food and adult beverages during the event. Regular Team Registration: $400 through 01/10/12 Late Team Registration: $450 beginning 01/11/12 through 02/10/12 (no team registration after 02/10/12)
Corporate Team Registration: $600 through 02/10/12
Registration include team t-shirts, competitive activities and all food and adult beverages during the event. Multiple sponsorship opportunities available.
Email Sara Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the great sponsorship opportunities for the event.
February 17- 19
3rd ANNUAL 2012 TEXAS YOGA CONFERENCE
aND MUSIC FESTIVAL TO BRING YOGA LEADERS AND MUSICIANS FROM AROUND THE WORLD TO HOUSTON