Even though 4th of July lands on a Wednesday this year, that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the holiday! The city and its’ businesses are celebrating in different ways and we’ve rounded up a few options for you to enjoy Independence Day in Houston!
1. Hay Merchant
Wanting to spend the day at home but don’t want to cook? Hay Merchant has a ‘fried chicken to go’ special that includes half a [fried] chicken, coleslaw and potato salad for $25 and will feed 2! Email (email@example.com) to reserve your pick up order by June 3oth!
Red, White, and ‘Que (with liberty and tacos for all!) at Armadillo Palace will take place on July 3rd from 4-10p.m. The festivities will include a live band, barbeque from a backyard pig roastc 2 carnitas tacos and domestic beer for only $10.
Poitín will be open for regular dinner service on July 4th but they will be transforming their patio into the ideal location to watch the fireworks while sipping on a cocktail.
4. Urban Eats
Urban Eats will be celebrating on July 4th with an extended happy hour from 3 -10 p.m, featuring 50% off craft cocktails and bottled beer. Best part? You will have an amazing view of the fireworks on the rooftop patio!
The great thing about July 4th falling on a Wednesday, all day happy hour-just like they do every Wednesday! This includes $3 tacos, $3 beers and $6 cocktails! In honor of the 4th of July, they will be serving up watermelon Jell-O shots.
Happy Independence Day, America!
Feature image courtesy of Goode Company Armadillo Palace