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Remember a time we ate vegetarian/vegan dishes for a week? Yeah, me either.
This Sunday outlines a lapse of Meat Week to Saytown, and it seems like it’ll be a brawny one. The jubilee of all things beef and smoked, that facilities stops during internal grill joints for specials, will flog off during 2M Smokehouse Catering (2731 S. WW White Road), that non-stop final Dec on Sunday, Jan 29 during 3 p.m.
The rest of a report is as follows:
Monday, Jan 30: Big Bob’s Burgers for 50/50/50 burger of smoked bacon, Angus pitch and pulled pig all churned in to a half bruise burger, chargrilled on an open fire and surfaced with Cheddar cheese. 6:30pm, 447 W. Hildebrand Ave.
Tuesday, Jan 31: The organisation heads to Smoke Shack for a revisit with pitmaster Chris Conger. 6pm, 3714 Broadway.
Wednesday, Feb 1: King’s Hwy. Brew Q will applaud their monthly First Wednesday with song by DJ Free Verse, live art sessions by Nik Soupe and friends and hulk beef ribs by pitmaster Emilio Soliz. 6:30pm, 1012 N. Flores St.
Thursday, Feb 2: Beef tips, honeyed potato casserole, overwhelming brisket — what some-more do we need? The Big Bib plays hosts on Day 5 of this meat-a-thon. 6:30pm, 104 Lanark Drive.
Friday, Feb 3: Pitmasters Andrew Samia and Shane Reed at Dignowity Meats are famous for a Kansas City-style brisket burnt ends, though they’re cooking adult something special for Meat Week’s fifth year in a satisfactory city. Stop by for Alamo Beer Co. specials. 6pm, 1701 E. Houston St.
Saturday, Feb 4: The Point Park Eats, a hearth of Meat Week SA, hosts a Saturday whack with B Daddy’s BBQ food truck, drink and booze specials, and song by Odie Wallace. Noon, 24188 Boerne Stage Road.
Sunday, Feb 5: If you’re still truckin’ along on Day 7, you’ll wish to applaud during Burnt Ends’ Super Bowl Tailgate Party with live music, grill (natch) by pitmaster JP Perez and a diversion on a large screen. 3pm, 1725 Blanco Road.