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Where to Celebrate & Eat on the 4th of July

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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 

Courtesy of 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 (stew@haymerchant.com) to reserve your pick up order by June 3oth!

2. Goode Company Armadillo Palace 

Courtesy of Goode Company

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.

3. Poitín

Courtesy of Trevor Gerland

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

Courtesy of 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!

5. Eight Row Flint 

Courtesy of Carla Gomez

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 

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