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Sassafras' Steak Night; Go Crazy for Bagels Out West

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OAK FOREST — It may be too cold and rainy to fire up the grill but not at Sassafras. Mike McElroy returns for the bar's weekly steak night. The steaks are grilled to order and accompanied by chef's choice of side for $20. On the menu tonight, New York strip with cane chili butter, alongside root veg hash and a garden salad. Doors open at 6 p.m.[Eaterwire]

EAST END — Chase the Monday blues away with a quick escape to Voodoo Queen (322 Milby). The New Orleans-themed bar kicks off its new weekly specials that includes $5 hurricanes and $7 Captain's burgers every Monday. [Facebook]

ENERGY CORRIDOR — Houston's bagel options are lacking but not at recently opened Spring Water Cafe. Native New Yorker and owner Bob Orzo, brings this East Coast treat to Houston's west side. Not a fan of bagels? Go for the sandwiches. [CultureMap]

HIGHLAND VILLAGE — Grab the bacon fanatic in your life and take them to Central Market, Tuesday, March 10 for a cooking class. From 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., learn how whip up a number of bacon delights including bacon beer meatballs and candied bacon. Limited seating available. Cost is $55. [Eaterwire]

JOB WIRE — Bryan Caswell, Bill Floyd and Greg Gatlin are looking for extra help as the trio readies for the opening of Jackson Street BBQ. Have experience in kitchen management, being a prep cook or bartender? Give it a go and apply. [Craigslist]

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