August 2018


August 2018

Hungry for a Tasty Deal?

Finding food is the most primitive desire humans can pursue. But who wants primitive when you can have gourmet cupcakes and home-style cooking – all at a nice discount from The Energy Corridor District’s Member Deals. 

This month, we’re featuring Member Deals on meals made from homemade recipes by Cobblestone Market Café, plus nationally recognized desserts from Smallcakes, A Cupcakery.

Cobblestone Market Café whips up full country breakfasts, omelets and breakfast tacos; hot lunch plate specials, paninis, specialty and classic sandwiches; cobbler, bread pudding, pastries, brownies, lemon bars and cookies; and something that’s pretty unique in West Houston – 20 tempting flavors of soup rotated throughout the month.

Cobblestone Market Café, 14838-E Park Row Drive near Hwy 6, has a comfortable vibe that works well for business meet-ups or conversation among friends. But it’s also set up for quick, on-the-go dining.

Click here to print out a Member Deal coupon on a breakfast taco BOGO, a free dessert with lunch combo purchase, or a free cookie box on a catering order of 10 or more.

Smallcakes, A Cupcakery, 1531 Eldridge Parkway, Unit 130, won over viewers with its appearances on Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars.” Now it plans to win over Energy Corridor taste buds with a tempting Member Deal. Through November 30, 2016, enjoy a “buy one, get one free cupcake” with a Member Deal coupon that can be downloaded here.

At Smallcakes – voted by USA Today as one of the “Top 10 places to try gourmet cupcakes” – it’s hard to imagine that any of those delights are leftover at day’s end. But when they are, Smallcakes donates them to charitable organizations throughout Houston. They also do custom birthday cakes and catering.

There are a host of other ways to satisfy your needs with money-saving Energy Corridor Member Deals. Visit here, print out coupons (if required) and check back monthly for new deals.

Business owners in The Energy Corridor District can dish out their own desirable Member Deals by contacting Rachael Weaver, community relations coordinator for The District, at

August 2018 Articles

Early Voting Begins August 8 for $2.5 Billion in Harris County Flood Risk Reduction Bonds

Energy Corridor Teen Builds Little Free Library, Bringing Books to Children in Terry Hershey Park

Family-Made Pain Train Salsa Puts Farmers Market Customers on the Track to Freshness

Closed with Extensive Flooding Damage, Kendall Library Keeps Community Presence Going

“Blue Out” Celebrates Harvey Comeback as Parkside at Memorial Reopens and Honors Constable Rescuers

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