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Houston Is Hosting A Massive And Boozy Mac And Cheese Fest This Spring

It's called Mac Attack for a reason!
Houston Is Hosting A Massive And Boozy Mac And Cheese Fest This Spring

Cheese goes well with almost everything, especially pasta. At a very early age, most of us were introduced to mac and cheese, and still consider it to be one of our favorite meals to this day. A mac and cheese fest in Houston is taking place this spring, where Houstonians will experience chef-inspired twists to everyone's favorite childhood dish.

Houston Mac Attack is the name given to Houston's newest, greatest festival.

On Saturday, March 28 from 12 to 8 p.m. Midtown Park will be transformed for Houston Mac Attack, where pasta and cheese lovers alike are invited to come eat their hearts out.

The fest will have local chefs and restaurants cooking up their best versions of mac and cheese, so no two pastas will be the same!

Tickets haven't gone on sale quite yet, but you can sign up to get early bird tickets when they go on sale here.

While we might not be able to purchase tickets quite yet, we do know what each package will include.

General admission tickets include entry to the event, unlimited sampling of mac and cheese, an all-inclusive open bar, and a commemorative spork. 

The early entrance tickets include all of this, plus 30 minutes early entry into the event!

The chefs and restaurants that will be at Houston Mac Attack will slowly but surely be announced in the weeks leading up to the event. 

Keep an eye on all of their social media accounts to learn who they'll be as soon as they're announced!

Thanks to the all-inclusive bars, this event is 21 and up! 

While it might remind you of your childhood, all children should be left at home. It's time to have a cheesy, and equally as boozy time.

Houston Mac Attack

Price: TBA

When: Saturday, March 28

Address: 2811 Travis Street, Houston, Texas

Why You Need To Go: To get your hands on the cheesiest and tastiest Mac and Cheese in all of Houston.

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