Piola in Midtown and Memorial hosts a monthly all-you-can-eat gnocchi special, served in a variety of sauces, on the 29th day of each month (and on March 1). It's inspired by stories about the lucky gnocchi tradition. The most famous one tells the story of San Pantaleon, a missionary, arriving in a small village in Italy on the 29th of an unknown month. He knocked at the door of a very poor house. An elderly peasant couple let him in and offered him the only thing they had on the table: Gnocchi. Soon after, the missionary left and the peasants found some gold coins under their gnocchi plates. In the meantime, San Pantaleon assembled all the villagers and directed them to gather together each 29th of the month in order to have luck and prosperity in their lives. How to Get Vaccinated & Safely Lose the Mask With the CDC's announcement that most fully vaccinated people can go maskless indoors and out, many Houstonians are safely returning to normal life and activities. The safest way to enjoy this and many other events around Houston is to get vaccinated from COVID-19 infection. Many vaccination sites across the city are allowing walk-ins, including at NRG Park and all Houston Health Department sites. Find the nearest site, including major pharmacies, by texting your ZIP code to GETVAX (438829) in English, or VACUNA (822862) in Spanish. Meal Prices All-you-can-eat gnocchi is $15.95 per person. Learn more.
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