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Reserve Your Seat for the First East End Table

Reserve Your Seat for the First East End Table

East End Table [EET], brought to you by the East End Foundation, is a community experience that blends culture and cuisine. EET hosts pop-up dinners in unusual East End settings showcasing some of the area’s best creative talent and some of Houston’s most notable chefs.

EET – Capitol Street features artwork by Alex Larsen, Drew Bacon, and Bobby Bacon and a five-course gourmet meal with matching wine by Chef Ara Malekian of ARACAN The Roaming Kitchen. EET – Capitol Street will take place in the courtyard and exhibition space of Capitol Street Gallery, a working artist studio/gallery housed in a former sewing machine production facility in Houston’s East End.

Proceeds from EET go directly to support cultural projects in the East End Cultural District. Join us for an unforgettable evening with great food and good friends in Houston’s newest cultural district and the city’s most dynamic community.

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Reserve Your Seat for the First East End Table

Reserve Your Seat for the First East End Table

East End Table [EET], brought to you by the East End Foundation, is a community experience that blends culture and cuisine. EET hosts pop-up dinners in unusual East End settings showcasing some of the area's best creative talent and some of Houston's most notable chefs. EET - Capitol Street features artwork by Alex Larsen, Drew…

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East End Houston’s Historic Fire Station #2 Provides Public Bike Repair Station for Community Use

East End Houston’s Historic Fire Station #2 Provides Public Bike Repair Station for Community Use

Built in 1910, the two-story brick and mortar engine house at 317 Sampson was occupied by one of Houston’s three original volunteer fire fighting companies. Construction of Fire Station #2 in Houston’s historic East End marked the transition of the city’s fire department from a loosely structured volunteer effort housed primarily in converted private residences into a salaried organization that was trained, equipped and maintained by the City of Houston.

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