For the first time since 2005, the Houston Astros are gearing up for the World Series. Read on for tasty food and drink specials unique to the World Series. Just one more thing to celebrate!
Set in Downtown’s Marriott Marquis Houston, Xochi (pronounced so-chee) represents another creative endeavor from James Beard award-winning Chef Hugo Ortega. Special during the series, enjoy a Houston Strong Margarita, Astros Alphabet (Diplomatic Venezuelan Rum (for Altuve), Calvados, Mezcal Vago (Verlander), Lime, Piloncillo Syrup, Roasted Spices and Apple-Vanilla Scented Ice Cube), or the Earn History (Bourbon, Mezcal, Sotol, Oaxacan pepper infused Campari made in-house, Orange zest).
Set in a decades-old building steeped in history on the Westheimer curve, Hay Merchant serves eighty craft beers are on tap at any given time, including five cask ales. When the Astros are winning, all Houston beers are half off. (This also applies to the Rockets and the Texans during their games)
While Bosscat Kitchen & Libations originated in California, their Houston location is all about the ‘Stros! Sip on Orbit Juice— an Astros-inspired take on a Paloma with tequila, citrus, bitters, and grapefruit while you watch the game. Or, enjoy $5 specials on all Texas craft beers during World Series games.
Dubbed the Enchilada Queen, Sylvia Casares draws a faithful foodie following for her unique dishes made from homemade recipes and fresh ingredients. Sylvia is stirring up a special Houston Astros 'Rita just for this occasion for just $5.
FM Kitchen & Bar will be offering $1 Orange and Blue Jell-O shots and a Hot Dog and 8th Wonder Dome Feaux’m beer combo for $5 during all World Series games.
Opened in summer 2017 in the historic Heights neighborhood, Balls Out serves a variety burgers, cheeseburgers, French fries, sweet potato fries and of course great milkshakes. Balls Out Burger has $1 off all Saint Arnold beers (the only beer it serves) during any Houston Astros game, which of course includes the World Series!
Wine enthusiasts rejoice! Helen Greek Food and Wine is Houston’s first modern Greek restaurant and boasts the second largest all-Greek wine menu in the country. Both locations (Helen Greek Food and Wine & Helen in the Heights) will offer half-priced bottles during each World Series game.
Situated right next to White Oak Music Hall, The Raven Tower is the perfect sidekick to one of Houston’s hottest hot spots for live music and one of the city’s best skyline views of downtown. Raven Tower will play the World Series games on all screens (10 total) and offer happy hour specials during each game. The drink menu will include Houston pints for $2 off as well as $2 Astros Blue Jello Shots, and $5 Orange Crush Frozens!