Looking to give your guests something to munch on during the day that will surprise and satisfy their foodie palettes? The Omni Fort Worth Hotel has created a variety of innovative snacks offered to meeting groups for different times of the day.

For a morning snack, try a cereal milk panna cotta verrine, a pumpkin granola bar with pumpkin seeds or a fresh baked pistachio financier (a buttery French cake).

For a lunchtime snack, nosh on a chipotle chicken salad finger sandwich. The Omni pairs the sandwich with a black olive hummus-stuffed baby tomato. And guests will get a refreshing jolt with an Energizing Green Smoothie shot.

Finally, for a little something sweet in the afternoon, the Omni offers three bite-sized desserts to satisfy even the most refined sweet tooth. Sample the Omni’s mini pomegranate tart with pomegranate seeds, seasonal dark chocolate bark and a French macaroon.

The breakfast snacks are $6 per person, lunchtime snacks are $8 per person and the afternoon snacks are $10 per person. 

Located on the Gulf of Mexico, Galveston does not disappoint as a meeting destination.


For the DIYers among our readers, Sheraton Dallas Hotel’s Open Palette is letting you in on the secret to making a delicious barrel-aged Old-Fashioned Rust cocktail—straight from the barrel to your tastebuds. 

Barrel-aged Bourbon Recipe

You’ll need:

– A 1 Liter American Oak Barrel

– Whisk or large spoon

– Container

– ·Funnel

– 1 liter of your favorite bourbon

– 1.75 oz bottle of Angostura Bitters

– .75 oz bottle of Regan’s Orange Bitters


League City CVB manager Stephanie Polk shares her career journey.

Originally from Kentwood, Louisiana, Stephanie Polk, TDM, CTE, first made her mark on the travel and tourism industry as director of marketing for the Beaumont Convention & Visitors Bureau. There, she helped to elevate the city as a destination for recreation travelers and business groups. Wowed by her accomplishments, in 2020, League City brought her on board to lead its marketing efforts. She shares with us highlights and advice from her experience in the industry.