|HOUSTON – Big Bite Nite, an annual culinary feast at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, is the most scrumptious soiree of the year. This lavish affair brings some of Houston’s most prestigious restaurants and food trucks all to one place and allows patrons to sample cuisine from around the city and the world while experiencing the museum’s permanent exhibit halls, including the new Hall of Paleontology—Sept. 27, from 6-9 p.m.|
Enjoy live entertainment from COLLIDE by Divisi Strings and experience an epic journey of food from: A Fare Extraordinaire; Boudreaux’s Cajun Kitchen; Brugal Rum, III Forks; Cafe Natalie Catering; Cavatore Italian Restaurant; City Kitchen Catering; Cookies by Design; Dacapo’s Pastry Café; D’Amico’s Italian Market Cafe; El Gran Malo; Frosted Betty Bake Shop; Gatlin’s BBQ & Catering; Holiday Inn West - Energy Corridor/Sporting News Grill; Hungry’s Café and Catering; Independence Brewing Co.; Le Mistral Restaurant; Maggiano’s Little Italy; Magnolia Hotel; Mélange Events; Michael’s Cookie Jar; Ooh La La the Dessert Boutique; Piola; Quattro at Four Seasons Hotel; Ray’s Grill; Reggae Hut; Ristorante Cavour; Saint Arnold Brewing Company; Sambuca Restaurant; smartwater; Sorrel Urban Bistro; Swift + Company; Taste of Texas Restaurant; The Bird & The Bear – Ouisie’s American Bistro; The Chelsea Grill; Truluck’s; TQLA; White Oak Kitchen + Drinks.
New this year to the HMNS culinary scene is food trucks. Don’t miss H-town StrEATs; Juice Girl; and No Borders cruising for the hungry diner.
Tickets for Big Bite Nite are $60 for adults and $40 for members and may be purchased online, which is recommended due to the popularity of this event. For tickets, or more information, visit www.hmns.org or call (713) 639-4629.
Big Bite Nite is sponsored by Aztec Events & Tents; Bright Star Productions; COLLIDE | Divisi Strings; Fiesta Mart and Johnathan Andrew Sage, Inc.
The Houston Museum of Natural Science—one of the nation’s most-heavily attended museums—is a centerpiece of the Houston Museum District. With four floors of permanent exhibit halls, including the Wortham Giant Screen Theatre, Cockrell Butterfly Center, Burke Baker Planetarium and George Observatory and as host to world-class and ever-changing touring exhibitions, the Houston Museum has something to delight every age group. With such diverse and extraordinary offerings, a trip to the Houston Museum of Natural Science, located at 5555 Hermann Park Drive in the heart of the Museum District, is always an adventure.