CityCentre and some of Houston’s top chef’s present the “Curry Crawl” on May 19, 2013 at Straits Asian Bistro and Lounge, and it is the perfect opportunity for couples to experience a date night out as well as help support a local charity and hospital as the proceeds go to support Pulse of St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital.
This weekend top Houston chefs will heat up CITYCENTRE once again as the Curry Crawl culinary competition returns on Sunday, May 19th. Hosted by Chef John Sikhattana of STRAITS Asian Bistro & Lounge, Curry Crawl will feature a diverse mix of top toques battling it out to win the title of “Best Curry Dish”, while showcasing and sampling their competing creations for judges and attendees. Judges will award first and second place prizes, and a “People’s Choice” honor will be determined by guest votes.
WHO: The fiery lineup of up-and-coming and established chefs from around the city includes Rik Patel of Ambrosia, Roberto Castre of Latin Bites, Neera Patidar of Nosh Bistro, Manish Chawla of Rasoi, Tony Le from RA Sushi, German Mosquera of Restaurant CINQ, Monica Pope of Sparrow Bar + Cookshop, John Sikhattana of STRAITS, and Raymond Vandergaag of The Tasting Room. Cool off with cocktails from Bombay Sapphire, Bacardi and No Label Brewery.
WHEN: Sunday, May 19, 4pm – 7pm
WHERE: STRAITS Asian Bistro & Lounge.
Valet, metered and complimentary garage parking available
800 Sorella Court, Suite 940
WHY: Event proceeds will benefit PULSE, St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System’s newest young professionals group.
COST: $55. Come hungry and thirsty! The admission fee includes ample food and cocktail samplings. Tickets are available online in advance at https://currycrawlhouston.ticketbud.com/tickets, and at the door the day of the event.
What is Pulse? Pulse is a charitable group of professionals between the ages of 25-39 who want to contribute towards changing and saving lives in the Greater Houston area and create increased healthcare awareness by investing and collaborating with St. Luke’s Episcopal Heath System. You can join them and find out more about their mission online.
Find out why date nights matter. Cosmo reports that “New research has found that couples who spend a good chunk time alone together once a week are three times more likely to say that they’re “very happy” in their relationship.”
Where will you go for date night this weekend?