FUNDRAISER—Earlier this week, Bernie's Burger Bus lost an employee in a tragic accident. Tonight, they band together with other food trucks to raise money for his family. From 6 p.m. - 12 a.m. at the Boneyard Drinkery food trucks including Bernie's, Phamily Bites, Oh my! Pocket Pies, Cut and Fry, Frosted Betty and Fluff Bake Bar will be hosting a benefit in Daniel Pacheco's honor. [Facebook]
DOWNTOWN—Phoenicia, a Mediterranean grocer moving into a giant space downtown has postponed their projected opening date once again. Originally opening sometime mid-summer, the new prediction is looming around September. [SP]
WEST HOUSTON—The recently social media-active Georgia's Farm to Market, a natural food store offering organic produce and meats, is putting on a show. Georgia's is hosting an indoor concert with the New American Roots this Saturday from noon to 2 p.m.
RADIO STARS—Food nerds and news nerds were united in excitement yesterday when listening to NPR's Marketplace Morning Report. At around minute 16:20 of the show, host Jeremy Hobson mentioned the Deep in the Heart (Attack) of Texas story that appeared on Eating Our Words earlier this week. The story references the artery clogging sandwich of the same name, served up on a menu in NYC that contains chicken fried steak smothered in gravy, macaroni and cheese and surrounded by Texas Toast. [NPR]
Boneyard Drinkery. [Boneyard Drinkery/Facebook]