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Growing Houston Restaurant Chain Debuts Fourth Location in Uptown District

POSTED: April 11, 2024 AT 4:40 pm   /   News, Restaurant Openings

Leaf & Grain, the popular, locally-owned and -operated restaurant concept known for flavorful, health-conscious salads, smoothies and grain bowls, has opened its fourth location at 5779 San Felipe in the Briargrove-Tanglewood area. It is located in the center of a small shopping center, replacing the former Zoës Kitchen, with plentiful free parking onsite. The restaurant, […]

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The Hit List: New Houston Restaurants to Visit in April 2024

POSTED: April 4, 2024 AT 10:22 am   /   Food Finds, Restaurant Openings

Spring has sprung, and the Houston dining scene isn’t slowing down any time soon. A slew of new restaurants have debuted just in time for patio season. Recent openings include fast-casual eateries, upscale affairs and some familiar names. Here are some spots to check out this month.  Bar Bludorn, 9061 Gaylord: The Memorial area welcomed […]

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2024 Beard Awards a Near-Shutout for Houston — But One Chef is a Nominee

POSTED: April 3, 2024 AT 11:35 am   /   Breaking News, Chefs You Should Know, News

The 2024 James Beard Chef & Restaurant Nominees were announced the morning of Wednesday, April 3. Despite many Houston chefs and restaurants that made it to the semifinals, only one is a finalist: Emmanuel Chavez of Tatemó. He’s a nominee in the Best Chef Texas category. Tatemó was a 2023 Best New Restaurant nominee in […]

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Chris Shepherd’s Shows in Houston Reveal the People Behind Big Names in Food

POSTED: March 26, 2024 AT 3:40 pm   /   News, Upcoming Events

Chef Chris Shepherd, formerly of Underbelly Hospitality, has been on a journey to complete all of the culinary quests. In addition to being a James Beard Award-winning chef and restaurateur, he runs the charity Southern Smoke Foundation, creates concessions for NRG Stadium, is a cookbook author, a wine columnist and hosts a television program that […]

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Houston Restaurant Known for Lobster Rolls Opens New Location

POSTED: March 25, 2024 AT 4:16 pm   /   News, Restaurant Openings

New England-inspired seafood eatery Maine-ly Sandwiches has recently expanded to The Shops at Sawyer Yards at 2313 Edwards. The counter-service restaurant, which held its grand opening on January 27, specializes in Maine lobster rolls and Italian sandwiches, clam strips, chowder and regional desserts. To spread awareness for the new location, and to celebrate the kickoff […]

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The Hit List: New Houston Restaurants to Visit in April 2024

POSTED: April 4, 2024 AT 10:22 am   /   Food Finds, Restaurant Openings

Spring has sprung, and the Houston dining scene isn’t slowing down any time soon. A slew of new restaurants have debuted just in time for patio season. Recent openings include fast-casual eateries, upscale affairs and some familiar names. Here are some spots to check out this month.  Bar Bludorn, 9061 Gaylord: The Memorial area welcomed […]

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Houston Steakhouse Debuts New Seafood, Vegetarian Dishes & More

POSTED: March 12, 2024 AT 9:48 am   /   Food Finds, Steakhouse, Vegetarian

Steak 48, a chain of upscale, contemporary American steakhouses with locations in Chicago, Philadelphia, Beverly Hills, Charlotte and Houston, is introducing new menu items for the first time in several years. Houston Food Finder was invited to preview these dishes over a special media dinner hosted by Prime Steak Concepts Chief Executive Officer Jeff Mastro, […]

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Six of the Most Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Pearland

POSTED: February 28, 2024 AT 9:36 am   /   Food Finds, Kid-Friendly, Sponsored

Sponsored by Visit Pearland Dining out with young’uns in tow? Pearland restaurants offer plenty of perks to keep the whole party happy with playgrounds, dining deals, onsite entertainment and more. Tex-Mex, Italian, seafood and ice cream specialties are just some of the ways to indulge, and menus fit for all ages ensure something for everyone. […]

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10 Best New Burgers to Try Now in Houston

POSTED: February 27, 2024 AT 8:39 am   /   Burgers, Food Finds

Americans can’t get enough burgers, so new burger-makers pop up constantly, either following trends or creating their own styles to meet the demand across the nation. Texas, in particular, is a beef-loving state. It boasts more cattle than the combined human populations of Colorado, Nevada and Arkansas. With that in mind, it comes as no […]

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Saint Arnold Brewing Company in Houston Marks 30 Years With a Big Bash

POSTED: April 19, 2024 AT 10:04 am   /   Bars, Breweries

Support our local journalism for only $5 a month and receive exclusive perks and experiences! Click to read more about the new Food Finder 500 club.  Houston’s craft beer mainstay Saint Arnold Brewing Company, located at 2000 Lyons, is celebrating 30 years of business with a massive celebration featuring beer (of course), music, food, shopping […]

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A New Houston Coffee Shop is Soon Opening in Montrose

POSTED: April 11, 2024 AT 8:25 am   /   Bars, Coffee & Tea

A new locally owned and operated specialty coffee shop is coming to 1000 West Gray. Husband and wife duo Becca and Douglas Roses are opening Della Coffee Company on Wednesday, April 17. They aim to create a space in the historic Montrose neighborhood that reflects their love for coffee and community and will highlight locally-owned […]

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Houston Restaurant’s “Whisky Wednesday” Deals Showcases Japanese Spirits

POSTED: March 13, 2024 AT 9:37 am   /   Bars, Cocktails, Whisk(e)y

International Whiskey Day is on March 27, and Aiko, the lauded omakase restaurant from Duckstache Hospitality at 1902 Washington, is celebrating with a series of Whisky Wednesday specials and giveaways. Starting on Wednesday, March 13 and every subsequentWednesday in March, Aiko is offering Suntory cocktails, Japanese whisky flights, light bites and chances to win a $200 […]

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A Troupe is Bringing Opera to Where it Belongs: Houston Breweries

POSTED: February 28, 2024 AT 11:08 am   /   Bars, Breweries, Upcoming Events

Opera has much in common with Shakespearean performances these days. Both are considered inaccessible to most people, as they’re perceived to require expensive tickets, hours of free time, specialized fluency in performance and possibly even a second language to fully comprehend and appreciate them. That’s even though both opera and The Bard’s works have origins […]

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Saint Arnold Brewing Company Beer Pays Homage to a Legendary Name

POSTED: February 23, 2024 AT 1:19 pm   /   Bars, Beer, Breweries

If you’ve never heard of Grand Prize beer, that’s understandable. After about 30 years of producing it, the brewery that made it, Gulf Brewing Company, was sold in 1963. According to the Texas State Historical Association, the brewery building was leased to Minnesota-based Hamm Brewing Company. It was a short-lived arrangement, as “Hamm and its […]

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Luxury Liquor Filled Chocolate Shop And Speakeasy Coming to East Downtown

POSTED: February 13, 2024 AT 9:34 am   /   Bar Openings, Cocktails

Chocolate lovers rejoice! A chocolate company that specializes in decadent treats filled with luxury spirits is coming to East Downtown this March. CASE Chocolates is opening a retail space and speakeasy at The Plant mixed use development center located at 3401 Harrisburg next door to James Beard Award-winning Thai restaurant Street to Kitchen. The company […]

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Company Known for Texas Beer Proves it Can Still Learn New Tricks

POSTED: December 15, 2023 AT 3:17 pm   /   Bars, Beer, Breweries, Distilleries, Spirits

Spoetzl Brewing Company is well-known for the Shiner beers named for its Texas hometown, especially Shiner Bock. When people hear “Shiner”, this popular, widely distributed, dark-yet-easygoing lager is probably the first beer that comes to mind, although it could also be Shiner Premium, the company’s flagship golden lager.  Over the past 15 years though, the […]

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