Tapas on the Trails

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Tapas on the Trails – Saturday

Saturday, February 11th from 5:00 – 9:00 pm. Last trail admittance is at 7:00 pm
Also on Friday, February 10th from 6:00 -10:00 pm (click here for Friday)
$75 Members / $85 Non Members (price is per person)
Ages 21+ 

This date has SOLD OUT. We would love for you to attend Friday! Please follow this link to register.

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Enjoy tapas-sized dishes paired with carefully chosen wine and beer while supporting your Houston Arboretum. This very special evening features a romantic walk on our softly lit trails with five stops throughout the forest and a commemorative glass to take home. The evening ends at the Meadow Deck overlooking our one acre pond and meadow where guests will enjoy sparkling wine, handcrafted desserts, coffee, and the company of an owl.

Testimonials:

“Wonderful evening, no better way to celebrate Valentine’s!”

“Being amidst the beauty of nature on the trails of one of our favorite places in Houston for food, wine & togetherness is a very special evening that we’ve looked forward to every year for 6 years.”

“Tapas on the Trails is such a sweet getaway in nature that’s still in town! The lights and decorations on the trails create a memorable atmosphere to be with your partner.”

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About our caterer: Green House Catering
Chef Casey Guhl is the owner of Food Music Life food truck and Green House Catering. He is a native Houstonian who attended culinary school in Florence, Italy in 2005. After culinary school he traveled extensively through Europe, working in restaurants and learning traditional dishes of many Western European nations. Upon returning to the U.S., he worked in a number of restaurants in Texas, continuing to hone his skill. In 2013 Green House Catering was formed with an emphasis on traditional French and Italian cuisine. In 2014 Food Music Life food truck started rolling on the streets of Houston. The food truck features locally sourced produce and meats with an Italian-American fusion approach he calls “NOUVEAU AMERICAN CUISINE”. With over a decade of experience, Chef Casey brings traditional and inventive dishes to the inhabitants of Houston day in and day out.

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