Residents of Baytown and the surrounding area are encouraged to cancel any prior lunch or dinner plans Saturday and think barbecue. A benefit for Dan Perez, the owner of C&D Grocery and Bakery will start at 10 a.m. and last throughout the day at Tiki Hut Bar and Grill located at 1307 S. Hwy 146 in Baytown. Barbecue plates featuring brisket, chicken, rice and beans will be on sale for $10. “What we are doing is a benefit,” Leo Sanchez said. “Dan is such a pillar for the community.
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