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Good Vibes Party; Thai Pop-Up Dinner at D&T

Eric Sauseda

WASHINGTON CORRIDOR— What better way to celebrate local businesses than with a laid-back party at Liberty Station? Good live music and great food await guests at this Lower Washington watering hole on Friday night at 7 p.m. when Bravado Spice will host the second Good Vibes Party. Expect the local company's kick-filled, locally-made salsas, food trucks Muiishi Makaritos and Phamily Bites, tons of goodies from local vendors and music from Thrill of Seconds, A Thousand Colors and Bruce Hansen and the RACKET. [Eaterwire]

DOWNTOWNWesley Community Center's Cheer for a Cause will be hosted by Saint Arnold's Brewery at 6 p.m. The tickets range in price from $30 to $150 with proceeds going towards the center's various community outreach programs. Along with the fresh draft beer, guests will enjoy bites from Lady Bird and live jazz music. [Eaterwire]

HEIGHTS— Join the inventive toques from D&T Drive Inn as they host Midnight Sticky Rice this Thursday and Friday nights beginning at 7 p.m. PJ Stoops, Benjy Mason from Down House and Richard Knight, formerly from Feast and part of the upcoming Hunky Dory will cook a Thai pop-up dinner with cold beer jelly to pair. [Eaterwire]

EATER NATIONAL— Eater National's Raphael Brion doesn't take too kindly to Houston Press' Kaitlin Steinberg's post about dining ettiquette. Brion writes:"She actually encourages readers to carpet-bomb a restaurant's Yelp page if they have to wait over 30 minutes to be seated for a reservation." [Eaterwire]

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