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  • Brunch of the Month: Lola Credit: Lola
    March 2, 2020
    Ken Bridge, the restaurateur responsible for Dragon Bowl Asian Bistro and Pink’s Pizza, has given Houston another hip, casual restaurant with Lola. Bridge’s named the restaurant after his friend’s grandmother, who was a grandmother to him as well. An affectionate Filipino term for a grandmother, the name Lola embodies the warmth that comes with a grandmother’s love and the warmth customers experience with friendly staff and classic diner comfort food. View this post...
  • 14 Houston Semi-Finalists Make 2020 James Beard Nominee List Credit: wikimedia.org
    February 26, 2020
    It’s that time of year again when the James Beard Foundation (a.k.a the Oscars of the culinary world) announces the semifinalists for its Restaurant and Chef Awards and in 2020, and Houston didn’t disappoint. These semi-finalists will be whittled down to finalists on March 25. The James Beard Awards are set for May 4 in Chicago. Check out the full list of Houston-based semi-finalists below: Best Chef: Texas (new category) Dawn Burrell, Kulture Manabu Horiuchi, Kata Robata Anita...
  • Houston’s Black-owned Restaurants Credit: @Katfishandgrits
    February 19, 2020
    There’s no better way to celebrate Houston history than through dining, so patronize history in the making by supporting Houston’s Black-Owned restaurants. Start with breakfast at the Breakfast Klub, owned by Marcus Davis. With Katfish and Grits and Wings and Waffles, expect pan-American and Cajun comfort for breakfast and lunch. View this post on Instagram Rain or shine, The Breakfast Klub is always on my mind! Stop by for breakfast today!
  • Brunch of the Month: Kulture
    February 3, 2020
    Add some culture to your life by brunching at Houston’s Kulture, an urban komfort kitchen. This Black-owned eatery, brought to life by Marcus Davis, provides guests with an extravagant dining experience with the home-grown comfort of classic Southern dishes. Executive Chef Dawn Burrell composes edible works of culinary art that harmonize African, Carribean, and Southern flavors. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kulture
  • Can You Feel the Love: Popular Date Ideas in Houston
    January 13, 2020
    Every now and then it is important for couples to take a night off and rekindle their romance with a fun and romantic night in Houston. Luckily, for all those lovebirds out there, there is always something going on in the city and some new spot to try. Cuisine reigns supreme in the Bayou City and what better way to enjoy at night out at one of Houston’s most romantic restaurants? Rainbow Lodge, easily considered one the best date spots for lovers, is a cozy spot for two. From the food to...
  • Brunch of the Month: Dish Society Credit: Kimberly Park
    January 2, 2020
    With five locations throughout the Houston area, a Dish Society is never far away as a causal and delicious brunch option. This farm-to-table hotspot focuses on locally raised meats and produce from Houston farmers. This mini-chain restaurant’s menu has received national praise with USA Today even listing it as the best brunch restaurant in Texas, and after one visit, you will understand why. The vibe inside each Dish Society is relaxed and inviting. Each location fits into an industrial...
  • Forget the Diet This Year
    December 31, 2019
    It seems every single year we all make the same resolutions: exercise more, eat better, etc. However, without fail, those resolutions are broken due to laziness, stress from work, parties, or the occasional midnight craving. Well, this year why not go the opposite direction? Let’s make this year a one we don’t deprive ourselves and one we treat ourselves. And these places will help make you start the new year with happiness and a full stomach. House of Pies House of Pies is a...
  • Vietnamese Cuisine in H-Town
    December 11, 2019
    View this post on Instagram A post shared by LES NOO'DLE Pho Noodle Bar (@lesnoodlehtx) on Sep 2, 2018 at 8:08am PDT From 1975-1988, 1.2 million Vietnamese families resettled in Houston. Houston’s Midtown neighborhood was home to “Little Saigon,” bustling with businesses like tailors, markets, and restaurants. Though current-day Midtown is in a bit of a shift, remnants of that cultural evolution can be found on the street signs in the area,
  • Brunch of the Month: Night Heron Credit: Julia Weber
    December 8, 2019
    With a menu cut from the same cloth of the popular Italian bistro Coltivare, Night Heron is a neighborhood-style eatery located in Montrose. Conceived by Agricole Hospitality – the brains behind other local favorite hangouts like Eight Row Flight and Revival Market – the food and expertly crafted cocktails are what people have come to expect from Agricole establishments. Its proximity to hotspots like The Menil Collection and Rothko Chapel make Night Heron the perfect starting...
  • Mind Your Business: Michael's Cookie Jar
    November 12, 2019
    Mind Your Business is a new section honoring LGBTQ-owned businesses in the Houston area. We aim to bring visibility to these wonderful businesses, owned by members of the community. Nothing is better than the smell of freshly baked cookies. The aroma can instantly transport you to memories of your childhood and get your mouth watering. While there is much debate on the perfect cookie (I vote Snickerdoodle) there seems to be one for everyone. In Houston, there is no better place to branch out
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