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Food and Drink Events for the Fourth of July — Independence Day in Houston

Where to eat and drink this Fourth of July in Houston.

Revival Market
Revival Market
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HEIGHTS —  Kolaches Saturday at Revival Market (550 Heights Blvd.). The American style kolaches, recently mentioned in the New York Times, will be available 8 - 11 a.m. or until they run out. Revival will also sell Independence Day provisions, like their house made all beef dogs and brats, charcuterie, hamburgers, plus house made local peach pies until 2 p.m.

DOWNTOWN — Prohibition Supperclub & Bar (1101 Prairie St.) goes patriotic this July 4th with guest performer Kitty Kitty Bang Bang joining The Moonlight Dolls cabaret and variety troupe with a complimentary show for current military personnel and military veterans. A portion of the evening's food and drink proceeds will be donated to U.S. VETS (a private non-profit organization providing housing, employment and counseling services to our veterans) and a free glass of Lainey Collum's 4th of July punch to anyone who brings a toiletry item for the non-profit organization. Be sure to RSVP for the 7 or 9:30 p.m. show.

WASHINGTON CORRIDOR Feges Barbecue will head to Julep for a barbecue pop-up from 3 - 9 p.m. with brisket, pulled pork, spare ribs, sausage and turkey, along with coleslaw, baked beans, creamed corn and Frito Pie.

MIDTOWN — Head to Weights and Measures (2808 Caroline St.) for a Fourth of July Brunch created by chef Kaplan. Unique dishes for the day will include options like grilled Kosher Knockwurst Benedict served with a corn and pepper scone topped with yellow and mustard hollandaise sauce, purple onion and baked beans, BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders served on a poppy bun topped with fried quail eggs, cabbage and carrot slaw with potato salad.

UPPER KIRBY —  Paul's Kitchen (2502 Algerian Way) will offer guests a holiday menu in addition to their regular menu on Saturday, July 4 and Sunday, July 5. American standouts include their Lobster Corndog (Maine Lobster, lemon aioli with a frisee salad) and the Deviled Eggs, topped with scallions and crispy pepperoni.

MONTROSEDoc's  Motorworks Bar & Grill (1303 Westheimer) is celebrating this Fourth with a humane game of Chicken (rhymes with 'grits') Bingo. Patrons attending the event could win prizes from Doc's and local brewers Karbach, 8th Wonder, Buffalo Bayou and 512 Brewery joining in on the fun, if the chicken let's say "deposits" of your bingo number. The event lasts from 2 - 5 p.m. on Saturday.

DOWNTOWN Reserve 101 (1201 Caroline St.) will host a Pappy Van Winkle and Antique Collection release party (one bottle of each expression will be available by the shot on a first-come, first-served basis).

UPTOWN — Cacao and Cardamom (5000 Westheimer Rd.) owner Annie Rupani (recently named in Eater's Young Guns of 2015) is partnering with Impact a Hero and giving a percentage of her sales to wounded veterans in honor of Independence Day. The chocolatier will recreate classic American candy bar favorites from scratch like her take on a Snickers bar with peanut butter nougat and a peanut caramel. When customers purchase any of the American-inspired chocolates from July 1 through 5, 10% of proceeds will be donated to Impact a Hero. Impact a Hero (IAH), provides immediate and ongoing support for our severely wounded, post 9/11 combat veterans and their families and caregivers.

Prohibition Supperclub & Bar

1008 Prairie Street, , TX 77002 (281) 940-4636 Visit Website

Paul's Kitchen

2502 Algerian Way, Houston, TX 77098 (713) 360-2002 Visit Website

Revival Market

550 Heights Boulevard, , TX 77007 (713) 880-8463 Visit Website

Cacao & Cardamom

5000 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77056 (281) 501-3567


723 Main St, Houston, TX 77002