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Crawfish Throwdown at Cottonwood; Sunday Market

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GARDEN OAKS— This Saturday (April 19) starting at 1 p.m is the Crawfish Throwdown at Cottonwood. There will be a peeling and eating contest and live music by Flow Tribe, Bonneville Night Life and the Grifters & Shills among others. It's free to get in, and there are two price options: $25 for all you can eat mudbugs or $7 per pound. More info here. [Eaterwire]

DOWNTOWN— Local vendors will be on hand for downtown's Sunday Market this weekend. Bars and restaurants Goro & Gun, Bad News Bar, OKRA, Little Dipper, Dean's and more neighborhood spots will be open and ready to feed you while you check out locally made wares and listen to live music. The event runs from 4 to 10 p.m. More info here. [Eaterwire]

FALAFEL WIRE— The Gastronaut recommends Zabak's falafel pita, which comes with a Texas twist: "The pita sandwiches are also given an ample dose of hot sauce (don't believe the menu when it says "a dash") that perks up the patties." [Gastronaut]

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