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Jonathan’s The Rub is Adding Another New Location — This Time in Cypress

POSTED: July 22, 2024 AT 1:03 pm   /   Cypress, News, Restaurant Openings

Jonathan’s The Rub, which recently opened its third restaurant in Houston’s East End, is expanding again. Its fourth location will be at Village Green, the first phase of Bridgeland Central, a 925-acre “urban district”. It’s part of Howard Hughes Holdings’ master-planned Bridgeland community in Cypress. The new Jonathan’s The Rub is expected to debut in […]

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Some Houston Restaurants & Bars Are Still Without Power After SIX Days — Updated

POSTED: July 11, 2024 AT 2:19 pm   /   Feed The Need, News

Update: Some of the restaurants below may have power again. We’ll be issuing a new article soon on the ones that went without power the longest and now greatly need your patronage.  Sometimes, life is not fair, and that includes when it comes to power restoration. Centerpoint Energy crews have been working hard, but sometimes […]

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Resources for Finding Ice, Water & More in Houston After Hurricane Beryl

POSTED: July 10, 2024 AT 2:24 pm   /   News

Many Houston restaurants have regained power and reopend — however, there were still about 1.3 million Centerpoint Energy customers are still without electricity. So, instead of another open/closed lists of restaurants today, I asked my followers on Facebook what information would be most useful. Other readers chimed in with answers, and I’ve credited them below. […]

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Houston Restaurants Open And Closed After Hurricane Beryl for Tuesday, 7/9 — Updated

POSTED: July 9, 2024 AT 10:44 am   /   News, Restaurant Closings, Restaurant Openings

Update, 7/10/24: Most Houston restaurants have reopened, so consider this list outdated. Some are still closed, so we do recommend calling ahead or checking the restaurant’s social media before you head out. Many Houstonians are facing a day of recovery after Hurricane Beryl ripped trees out of the ground, forced bayous out of their banks […]

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Houston Restaurants Open And Closed After Hurricane Beryl — Updated

POSTED: July 8, 2024 AT 1:55 pm   /   News, Restaurant Closings, Restaurant Openings

Update, 7/10/24: Most Houston restaurants have reopened, so consider this list outdated. Some are still closed, so we do recommend calling ahead or checking the restaurant’s social media before you head out. As Houston weathers another beat-down courtesy of Hurricane Beryl, as of 10 a.m. on Monday, July 8, almost 2 million homes and businesses […]

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Chef David Skinner’s Replacement for eculent has Arrived in Kemah

POSTED: July 1, 2024 AT 10:31 am   /   News, Restaurant Openings

Chef and restaurateur David Skinner is making a habit of introducing the Greater Houston area to one-of-a-kind restaurants in Kemah, first with eculent, and later th_prsrv, his collaboration with Street to Kitchen’s Benchawan and Graham Painter. After a decade-long run, Skinner closed his original tasting menu restaurant, eculent, making room for Ishtia, an upscale eatery […]

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Small Bites: Houston Food & Drink Specials & Events for the Week of June 17, 2024

POSTED: June 18, 2024 AT 4:02 pm   /   Bargains, News, Upcoming Events

Houston’s food scene always has a lot going on, but not every bit of news that we get qualifies for a full article. However, that does not mean that these tidbits aren’t useful. We often hear about deals, events such as wine dinners, limited-time menu items, culinary classes and new dishes. “Small Bites” rounds up […]

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Jonathan’s The Rub is Adding Another New Location — This Time in Cypress

POSTED: July 22, 2024 AT 1:03 pm   /   Cypress, News, Restaurant Openings

Jonathan’s The Rub, which recently opened its third restaurant in Houston’s East End, is expanding again. Its fourth location will be at Village Green, the first phase of Bridgeland Central, a 925-acre “urban district”. It’s part of Howard Hughes Holdings’ master-planned Bridgeland community in Cypress. The new Jonathan’s The Rub is expected to debut in […]

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Houston Food Businesses Host Pop-ups During Beryl Recovery

POSTED: July 12, 2024 AT 11:56 am   /   Food Finds

Update: the events below have passed. Should there be more pop-ups to help keep Houston restaurants afloat, we’ll update you in a new article.  As we head into the fifth day of dealing with the aftermath of Beryl, thankfully, many have gotten power back, but there are still almost a million Houstonian’s dealing with outages, […]

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Houston Restaurant Musaafer in The Galleria Stuns With Artful Indian Cuisine

POSTED: July 3, 2024 AT 10:12 am   /   Food Finds, Indian

Since opening in May 2020, Musaafer at The Galleria in Houston has consistently delivered exceptional cuisine and drinks that exceed even the considerable promise of its palatial space. The environs even seem to have their own energy, starting with the darkened entry area, which seems to say, “This place contains secrets and wonders.”  First, some […]

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Where To Get Fried Chicken In Pearland

POSTED: June 28, 2024 AT 2:57 pm   /   Food Finds, Fried Chicken, Pearland

Sponsored by Visit Pearland Over the past several years, Pearland has developed into a diverse community with restaurants offering food from all around the world — including different types of fried chicken. You might expect to find Southern fried chicken here. Indeed, you will find bone-in fried chicken, chicken-fried chicken and even smothered soul food […]

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Restaurants Where Kids Can Eat for Free in Houston

POSTED: June 28, 2024 AT 9:27 am   /   Food Finds, Kid-Friendly

The saying goes that the only sure things in life are death and taxes. Whomever penned it clearly wasn’t a parent, since they didn’t include a third reality: raising kids is expensive. Fortunately, many restaurant owners understand that the cost of keeping children properly fed adds up over time — and offering free meals for […]

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Benny Chows Broadens its Appeal With New Chef, More Dishes & Lower Prices

POSTED: June 25, 2024 AT 12:15 pm   /   Asian, Chinese, Food Finds, Thai

Amid building his restaurant empire, Ben Berg is also taking time to revamp an existing concept — Benny Chows, located in the Heights at 1818 Washington Avenue. He has welcomed new executive chef Junnajet “Jett” Hurapan, who is adding Pan-Asian flare to the menu. If Hurapan’s name sounds familiar it’s because he’s been in the kitchen […]

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Houston Barbecue Restaurant Teams Up with Baseball Legend On a Sweet Fundraiser

POSTED: June 21, 2024 AT 8:00 am   /   Dessert, Food Finds, Sweets

If you’re of a certain age, you probably remember the Reggie! Bar, a milk chocolate-covered caramel bar stuffed with peanuts — but when was the last time you had one? Houston restaurant J-Bar-M Barbecue, located at 2201 Leeland, has teamed up with Baseball Hall Of Famer and Astros Special Advisor Reggie Jackson on a special […]

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Owners of March and Rosie Cannonball Reveal Midcentury-Style Bar in Montrose

POSTED: July 2, 2024 AT 10:00 am   /   Bar Openings, Bars

Throw a few faded filters over photos of Goodnight Hospitality’s latest, London-inspired eatery The Marigold Club, located in Montrose at 2531 Kuester, and you could probably trick even the keenest eyes into believing that they were looking at a high-end midcentury supper club — the sort of spot where astronauts and titans of industry (probably […]

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Cocktail Bar Inspired by “World’s Best” Is Coming to Montrose in Houston

POSTED: June 19, 2024 AT 4:45 pm   /   Bar Openings, Bars

De Fortune, an upscale cocktail lounge, is set to debut in late 2024 in the Regent Square mixed-use development at 3515 West Dallas. The bar joins Underbelly Hospitality’s Georgia James steakhouse, Flight Club social darts emporium and Flower & Cream artisan ice cream shop. The forthcoming bar aims to deliver a luxurious, globally inspired, craft […]

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New Montrose Bar in Houston is as Suitable for Solitude as Socializing

POSTED: May 21, 2024 AT 5:19 pm   /   Bar Openings, Cocktails

Montrose’s latest bar offering, Jethro’s Cocktail Lounge, opened at 95 Tuam on April 30. It’s part of the portfolio held by L.A. restaurateurs Wade McElroy and Russell Malixi. Houston Food Finder previously reported on the new spot’s opening, and we were recently invited to see the place in person and sample some of the “retro” […]

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Upcoming Party Celebrates Houston-Area Distillery’s New Tasting Room

POSTED: April 25, 2024 AT 9:20 am   /   Bars, Distilleries, Spirits

Old Humble Distilling Company, a family-owned and -operated, whiskey-focused micro-distillery located at 19103 Continental Parkway in Atascocita, is celebrating the grand opening of its tasting room this Saturday, April 27 from 2 to 10 p.m. with a Mini Music Fest. The event will be filled with live music, food, drink specials and the release of […]

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