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Super Bowl Savvy

With H-town in the spotlight this week, there are numerous venues to choose from to celebrate the Big Game. Below are some hip and haute ideas for fashion, food, and fun.

Super Bowl Chic

If you are more interested in the commercials, this t-shirt will celebrate the day.


Nike™ Women's NFL Super Bowl 51 Blast Off Hero Scoop 2017 T-shirt
$30.00
www.target.com


For Falcon Fans try this red hot top

Available at Tootsies
$395
https://www.farfetch.com


For True Blue Patriot Fans:

AlexisBarbie Off-the-Shoulder Ruffle Top
$286.00
http://www.neimanmarcus.com/



Restaurant and Bar Specials

LUBY’S, INC. HELPS TACKLE HUNGER
THROUGH SOUPER BOWL OF CARING PARTNERSHIP
Fuddruckers and Luby’s Restaurants to
Donate 15% of Sales on Select Menu Items Through February 5

As the big game quickly approaches in Houston, hometown of Luby’s, Inc., two of the company’s unique, family-friendly restaurant brands are celebrating with a national fundraising initiative leading up to the February 5 kickoff. Through next Sunday, fast casual favorite Fuddruckers and landmark cafeteria chain Luby’s will each be donating 15% of sales from select menu items to support

Four Seasons Bayou and Bottle Super Bowl:

For Bayou & Bottle Super Bowl: selection of over 100 bourbons and whiskeys to choose from, among them is a selection of Van Winkle Family Bourbons as well as Michters 10yr and 20yr.

Hotel Derek:

Hotel Derek is kicking off Super Bowl Sunday a little earlier than the rest! So if you're looking for a hot spot to pre-game we've got you covered. Sunday, February 5 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. for Tailgate Brunch! Live music + Complimentary Valet.
Tickets are $39 per person and are available at - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/super-bowl-tailgatebrunch- Tickets-31257769831.

La Fisheria:

photo by Shannon O'Hara

La Fisheria, which is in the middle of Super Bowl action downtown, will have live music on Friday and Saturday. Friday’s entertainment will be a trio and Saturday will be Angelucho y su Copacabana, a Cuban salsa band — http://www.angeluchocopacabana.com/.

Photo by Julie Soefer

Reserve 101 is extending hours to 11am-2am the week of January 30th. Owner Mike Raymond will bring out incredibly rare whiskies until supplies last.

State of Grace:

Photo by Julie Soefer

Super Bowl cocktail called ICING THE KICKER. It's made with a "chorizo washed" Mezcal, Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur and garnished with basil, thyme, chives, & fennel. It's a smoky, sweet, VERY unique, herbal concoction. Closed for private events on Friday night 2/3 and Saturday night 2/4.

Steak 48:

photo by Shannon O'Hara

Steak 48 has partnered with Food Network star Sandra Lee on a limited edition dessert - Sandra’s Super Strudel - available at Steak 48 for $8 from now until Sunday, February 5th. 100% of proceeds will go to the NFL Foundation, which supports youth health and wellness in communities including the Super Bowl host city.

White Oak Music Hall:

White Oak Music Hall Presents: Super Bowl Throwback to ‘74 Killer Retro Dance Party celebrating Houston’s First Super Bowl! This is no ordinary hump-day, get down with us on Wednesday, January 1 from 8 p.m. – midnight with cover bands, Allen Oldies, Archie Bell, and Disco Expressions. Tickets are $25 per person and are now on sale at www.whiteoakmusichall.com.

The Glitch Mob:

LA-based artists, The Glitch Mob, are performing an exclusive DJ set at White Oak Music Hall on February 2 in anticipation of the big game, bringing with them their boundary-pushing brand of electronic beat music. Tickets start at just $22.50 with premium ticket offerings also available. Tickets are available now at www.whiteoakmusichall.com.

The Raven Tower:

Forget the sports bar crowd and the never ending search for parking and celebrate Super Bowl 2017 with Raven Tower! Catch the big game and drink special including, $2 domestic cans, $3 Houston draught, $2 Wells, $4 Calls, $3 bloody Mary’s with a bloody mary bar and $1 hot dogs with a hot dog bar.

State Fare LAUNCHES Weekend Brunch
JUST IN TIME FOR THE BIG GAME

Frito pie
Photo by Julie Soefer

State Fare launches brunch from 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday starting this weekend, January 28, 2017. State Fare’s brunch menu encompasses tasty new items along with favorites from the daily menu. With over 65 items, there’s something for everyone including youngster trays for kids 12 and under. No brunch is complete without Bloody Marys and Mimosas. Laurie Harvey, Cherry Pie Hospitality’s Beverage Director, has developed a Bloody Mary flight including a Classic Bloody Mary, Bloody Maria, Red Snapper and a Michelada. The Classic Bloody Mary is vodka garnished with house pickled green beans, onions, olives, celery leaves and candied bacon, the Bloody Maria is tequila, pickled onion, jalapeño, Red Snapper is gin, pickled olive, onion, Michelada is a house michelada, beer, salt rim. Mimosa carafes are available with bubbly and a choice of fresh squeezed orange, pineapple, grapefruit. There are 41 craft beers on tap as well as wine options.
For more information, visit www.statefarehouston.com,
Facebook.com/StateFareHouston and Instagram/StateFareHouston


Houston Philanthrophy

CRISTO REY JESUIT FLIES
OVER THE MOON WITH ITS GALA

Nearly 900 supporters of Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory High School of Houston celebrated Saturday, January 14, 2017 at the new Marriott Marquis in downtown Houston. The first gala at the beautiful, expansive space had the place rocking with the “Moonlight Serenade” theme, and The Big Beyond dance band from Atlanta packed the dance floor. Chairs Trini Mendenhall, Cyndy Garza Roberts and Ileana Trevino were thrilled with the success of the first event of the social season and the night’s proceeds of more than $1.5 million in support of the school. The room glowed with the centerpieces in keeping with the moonlight theme. Monitors scattered around the room kept the guests updated on the Texans game during the evening.

Most Reverend Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza opened the evening with the invocation. Remarks from school President Paul Posoli brought cheers from the crowd. “I’m inspired every day by the determination, courage and ‘can do’ attitude of our students,” Posoli said. “This year, we will graduate our largest class ever of 135 students. Those students have already received 264 acceptances to 85 different colleges and universities. I’m confident that these young men and women are the future leaders of our great city, and as Father Martinez often said, will transform the world as men and women for others.”

As the senior class walked to the stage for recognition, everyone sprang to their feet clapping. Students stayed on the stage to welcome honoree Raye G. White, the inaugural recipient of the Father TJ Martinez, SJ, Legacy Award; she also received a standing ovation. White remembered her first meeting with the school founder, the late Father TJ Martinez, and how his energy and vision made her a believer in the mission of the school. The live auction had hands flying in the air to vie for unique items, including a yacht dinner cruise in Galveston. The dance floor closed down at 1 a.m. as the crowd of generous supporters partied all night!



Check our calendar to plan
your social and shopping schedule!

February 2

Pastorini’s Super Party 2017 starring Mark Chestnut & Tracy Byrd

Thursday, Feb. 2
Red Neck Country Club, Stafford
8 p.m.
$85
danpastorinicharity.org/super-party

Join the party with musical headliners Mark Chestnut and Tracy Byrd while raising money for local charities. This all access pregame Super Bowl Party will feature gourmet Texan fare, open bar, and hand-rolled cigars. Hit the red carpet and pose for the paparazzi while brushing shoulders with celebrities and athletes such as Mean Joe Greene, Mike Ditka and Bob Lilly. Proceeds benefit Be An Angel, Bum Phillips Charities and Gridiron Greats.

February 3

February 13

American Heart Association Heart Ball

 



 

 

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