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Things to do for September 20, 2017
More Cookie Dough, a Hidden Bar and a Huge Beer Garden in, Where Else, Wine Country
You Are Now Free to Roam About the WeekendBy Joe Starkey
It's a Brewery. It's a Beer Garden. It's Waiting.
Good things come to those who wait. Which, in this case, involves a huge new brewery and indoor/outdoor restaurant and beer garden called 2 Tread Brewery that opened today in downtown Santa Rosa. They thought you could use another essential stop on your Wine Country craft beer tours, is all.
Here's Another New Cookie Dough Scoop Shop. You Don't Mind.
When it rains cookie dough, it pours it. Hot on the heels of the Cookie Dough Parlor is Doughp in the Myriad. It's bringing flavors like “This S'more Is Hella Lit," "Cold Brew Is BAE" and “White Girl," which, oddly enough, has dried cranberries and white chocolate chips but no rosé.
Turn-of-the-20th-Century London: The Bar
Head to the newly reopened Matrix this weekend to… bypass that bar for now and enter the Concorde instead, the bar-within-a-bar located in the back of the Matrix with a quarterly rotating theme. First up: classic London hotel bars at the turn of the 20th century. It was a good London.
Basically Just Tons of BBQ and Music
You're going to want to grab tickets to Friday's BBQ, Brews, Blends and Blues party at One Market. And you're going to want to do that for the chef-prepared meat extravaganza that you’ll be pairing with local brews and Sommelier-selected wines. Normal backyard BBQ stuff.
Seven French Chefs Throw a Six-Course Paired Dinner for Houston
Do some good and have a great dinner at the same time this Sunday by getting tickets to the Houston Benefit Dinner at Piperade, where seven of the city's finest French chefs are preparing a six-course, wine-paired menu with proceeds going to the Houston Food Bank. This doesn't feel optional.