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Beerathon Dodging; Farm Dinner with Bryan Caswell

WASHINGTON AVE—In the list of places to avoid all day Saturday, Washington Avenue should be number one. The Houston Beerathon, a thing people bought tickets to so they could ride a shuttle up and down the road while they drink beer from 26 different bars, is happening. And yes, this is from the gentleman that has been blamed for all of last year's Houston Beer Fest bemoaning. There will be vomit and obnoxiousness and perhaps some alcohol poisoning. #PSA [Beer, TX]

CLEVELAND—In less depressed-for-the-future-of-the-nation's-youth news, cheflebrity Bryan Caswell is preparing a dinner at Wood Duck Farm in Cleveland, Texas. Live music by Houston's own Robert Ellis and a farm tour included: 2 - 6:30 p.m., Sunday, April 15, tickets are $95 and include gratuity. [Eaterwire]

WALMART—After Caswell leaves the bucolic pastures of Wood Duck Farm, he's headed to a Walmart parking lot to cook steaks in a competition against chef Ronnie Killen - as previously reported here on Eater Houston. However, there's been a change of venue. Yes, it is still a Walmart, and it is still in a parking lot, but here's the new address if you to watch the hoopla on Tuesday: Walmart Supercenter # 3425, 9598 Rowlett Road. [Eaterwire]

Photo: Kung Fu Saloon, where the Houston Beerathon wrap-up party will be held. [EHOU]


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