Month: November 2016

New Concept From The Breakfast Klub Is Headed To Downtown Houston

POSTED: November 29, 2016 AT 1:02 pm   /   News

Eagle-eyed Houston Food Finder freelance writer Scott Sandlin spotted an exciting development in downtown Houston. A banner has appeared over the former R.K.G New Orleans Cajun Po-Boy spot at 648 Polk Street and it looks like it’s about to be a second location of The Breakfast Klub—or something like it. We’ve contacted The Breakfast Klub’s marketing […]

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Mockingbird Bistro Is Closing After Christmas Eve—But Here’s What The New Year Might Bring

POSTED: November 28, 2016 AT 10:34 pm   /   News

There are probably thousands of Houstonians who have fallen in love with Mockingbird Bistro’s legendary foie gras burger, carefully made French onion soup, extensive wine list and top-notch happy hour over the years, not to mention the elegant environment. So, the news from the Houston Chronicle that chef John Sheely’s lovely restaurant at 1985 Welch […]

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The Pit Room Is Setting A New Baseline Of Quality For Houston Barbecue

POSTED: November 23, 2016 AT 5:43 pm   /   Barbecue, Food Finds

The Pit Room, a barbecue venture in the heart of Montrose, is now three months old. In that short time, CultureMap Houston, Texas Monthly’s TMBBQ blog, My Table Magazine, and the Houston Chronicle, as well as the social media crowd, have all heaped praise on it. Thanks to the growing popularity, business hours have been expanded to […]

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