Monday, 29 June 2015: Whole Foods Post Oak

Posted by mike | Meetings | Posted on June 29th, 2015

whole-foods-post-oak-cosmoJoin us today at the Post Oak Whole Foods, 1700 Post Oak Blvd at San Felipe.  Boasting the first in-house brewery of any Whole Foods, there are 20-28 beers on tap (whether their own, local (Texas forever!), or from far-flung places), and a Souvlaki grill.  Plus you can get some grocery shopping done too.  See you there at 8 PM.

Note that if the bar is busy, there is quite a bit of seating upstairs, so if you don’t find anybody you recognize downstairs, take the elevator in the back or the stairs in the front.

Monday, 22 June 2015: The Right to Remain Silent Under the Volcano

Posted by mike | Meetings | Posted on June 22nd, 2015

VolcanoNo storms, named or otherwise, on the horizon for Houston today, so meet up at 8 PM at Under the Volcano, 2349 Bissonnet Street at Morningside Drive. UtV is a great place for beers, cocktails, and frozen drinks, and has a jukebox with a diverse selection of actual CDs (remember those?). Meet up with us there at 8 PM.

Happy Birthday to the Department of Justice, created on this day in 1870.

Monday, 15 June 2015: No Meeting

Posted by mike | Meetings | Posted on June 15th, 2015

Lots of weather coming our way in the next 72 hours.  Take tonight off and stay home.  Stay dry and stay safe.

Monday, 8 June 2015 : Liberty Station

Posted by john | Meetings | Posted on June 8th, 2015

Liberty StationTonight at Liberty Station2101 Washington Ave.  The tap list has great variety for its size, they have a bar full of certifiably-inspired mixed drinks, and if you’re hungry, there’s probably a food truck outside (you’re free to brown bag it as well).  See you there at 8 PM.

If you’re still reading.. on this day in 1949 George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four was first published. No thought crimes tonight just good times, raise a glass and remember Big Brother is watching and listening.



Monday, 1 June 2015: Sitting in a Woosters Garden Waiting for the Sun

Posted by mike | Meetings | Posted on June 1st, 2015

Wooster's GardenOn this day in 1967, The Beatles released Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band to great acclaim and popularity.  A tour de force of contemporary technical production (four-track recording, ‘ping pong’ mixdowns, signal processing, analog sampling keyboards, etc.), it was also one of the first concept albums (though it owed a great debt to the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds, released the year before).  It has been going in and out of style ever since.

Whether you’re a fan or not, what is guaranteed to raise a smile, is raising a glass tonight at Wooster’s Garden, 3315 Milam St in Midtown.  They’ve got a respectable tap list, inventive cocktails, and a food menu, should you find yourself hungry.  Parking is available in their lot.  See you there at 8 PM.

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