If you’re coming from out of town and don’t want to deal with Houston traffic, book a flight to Hobby Airport, the nearest airport to Houston Community College. From there, take a ride share or call a cab – Houston traffic can get nasty.
The organizers recommend finding accommodations in the Bellaire or Galleria area. If you can’t do that, Houston is ridiculously big and has plenty of lodging options to fit your budget type.
Got a VIP Appetite?
Shell out some extra cash for a VIP pass and you’ll have access to extra drink tickets and a fajita buffet. That’s right, a buffet. Don’t let anybody stop you.
The benefiting non-profit for the Houston Fajita Festival is the Texas Lions Camp, a residential camping facility in the Texas Hill Country for children with special needs.