— As part of pop star Justin Timberlake’s new “woodsy” look and sound for his latest album Man of the Woods, the singer debuted a pop-up shop in New York featuring collaboration items based on his songs. One of those items has a Texas connection: a custom-built Yeti cooler with a print of two trees connected with foliage and the album’s logo for $350 (It was inspired by the song “Midnight Summer Jam.”) The items are only available starting today, Friday, February 9 through Sunday, February 11 in New York.
— Epicerie has expanded its breakfast hours to include Mondays and Tuesday mornings. The restaurant’s a.m. offerings include everything from pastrami muffins to cured salmon toast to a pulled pork and brown rice bowl. Breakfast is now served Monday-Saturday from 8-11 a.m.
— Barbecue fans can devote a whole weekend to meat at The Ultimate Barbecue Weekend experience over at The Stella Hotel, which is being held from April 20-22. There are three days of events, including lunch at 44 farms, a barbecue brunch, and more. It all costs $150 a person — more details here.
— Three words: boozy milkshake contest. Prohibition Creamery is the place behind the alcoholic milkshake faceoff, with local bartenders facing off against each other, scheduled for Feb. 27. More info here — proceeds will benefit youth organization Urban Roots.