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HBW Beer Dinners; Sushi Thief Controversy

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8th Wonder Brewery
8th Wonder Brewery
Gary R Wise

BEER HERE— As part of the lineup of Houston Beer Week events, 8th Wonder Brewery, Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company, Southern Star, Karbach, No Label and Saint Arnold's will be at 3rd Floor's SAVOR event tonight (November 11) starting at 7 p.m. Participating restaurants include Brews Brothers, Rockwell Tavern & Grill, El Big Bad, Eatsie Boys Café, Crisp and Ryan Savoie cooking for Saint Arnold's. Get tickets here, the proceeds will benefit veterans in honor of Veterans Day. [Eaterwire]

HEIGHTSTonight (November 11) D&T Drive Inn will be closed for their Lone Pint beer dinner. The local brewery and Heights ice house have come together to create a five-course pairing meal for $55 per person. The dinner starts at 7:30 p.m. and ends at around 10:30 p.m. They'll have a special meet-the-brewers time for diners to ask questions. Buy your tickets here. [Eaterwire]

MONTROSE— HBW continues on November 13 with Hay Merchant's beer dinner. They'll be pairing several courses to Jester King's selection of sour beers. This style of beer is funky-tasting and is definitely a tough one to center a dinner around, but if anyone can do it, it'll likely be this beer bar. Tickets are $120 and can be purchased at Hay Merchant. The dinner is Wednesday night starting at 7 p.m. Call (713) 528-9805 with questions or to reserve seats. [Eaterwire]

SCANDAL WIRE— Canadian sushi chef Ivan Eng chased down a dine-and-dasher with a knife. Eater National reports that "Eng chased the man, who turned out to be a serial offender, for a few blocks, telling passing cars to call 911. Police apparently told Eng that next time he should not bring the knife with him when pursuing a criminal, which is probably a good idea." [-EN-]