Houston's 5 Best Weekend Food Bets: Pumpkin Dessert and Socially Distanced Patio Dining
This weekend, we’re sharing five fantastic dining options from restaurants around town, covering dine-in, takeout, delivery and curbside service. During the run, Jonathan’s will donate $1 of every Old Fashioned sold to a special fund set up and administered by Elijah Craig. The team will have a full wheel of cheese just waiting to be torched and scraped onto your plate. Seasonal Drinks and Pumpkin Dessert at Tobiuo Sushi & BarFriday- Saturday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Sunday,11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.23501 Cinco RanchKaty’s popular Japanese spot is getting into the fall spirit with a brand-new cocktail and dessert. Pair the drinks with the Pumpkin Patch Dessert ($12), pumpkin-shaped sweet comprised of kabocha Bavarian cream, clove anglaise, cocoa crumb, honey-butter pumpkin seeds and horchata ice cream.houstonpress.com
Fort Bend libraries launch curbside pickup service for books and more
HOUSTON Fort Bend County Libraries is offering curbside pickup services during the mandatory shutdown. Residents with valid library cards without fines or fees above $5 will be able to check out a maximum of 10 items through the Books & More Curbside Pick-Up service. Library staff will search the shelves, pull the requested materials, and check them out using the patrons library card number. Items for pick up through the Books & More service will be available until the closing of the next business day. Staff will not accept fines or fees or handle returns during curbside pickup.