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January 2017
Ship & Shield Viking Stew

Eats & Greets: Viking Restaurant In Montrose Features Big Mead Selection And Hearty Fare

Posted: January 10, 2017 at 7:51 pm   /   Bars, Food Finds

A unique Viking-themed restaurant, Ship & Shield, is now open in the former Byzantio spot at 403 West Gray. It’s a new project by Hans Gerner, who’s known for Hans Bier Haus (now closed) and Scottish pub The Kelvin Arms. While some might be inclined to assume the idea is about goofy fun, rest assured […]

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Kata team truffle masters

Upcoming Houston Competition Showcases One Of The World’s Most Coveted Ingredients: Truffles

Posted: January 9, 2017 at 8:44 pm   /   News

More than 20 of Houston’s top chefs will gather at the Hobby Center For the Performing Arts on Monday, January 16 to prove who can make the most delectable dish with one of the world’s most coveted delicacies: black truffles. It’s the third year of The Truffle Masters competition (formerly named the Houston Truffle Chef Charity […]

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Erin Hicks

Soup’s On! Author Releases Latest Installment Of Houston‑centric Cookbooks

Posted: January 9, 2017 at 4:34 pm   /   Cooking, News

Writer and restaurant designer Erin Hicks is launching her fifth book, Houston Soups and Sips, with a public party at Ritual on January 18 from 5 to 9 p.m. Attendees can visit anytime during the four-hour event. On the menu for the release party are several soups, of course, with offerings from Ritual, Pax Americana, […]

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Churrascos The Woodlands

Cordúa Group Revamps Américas In The Woodlands
Into A Churrascos

Posted: January 6, 2017 at 5:39 pm   /   News

It’s not uncommon for long-established, successful restaurants to have to occasionally step back and take a look at refreshing the concept. That is exactly what executive chef David Cordúa says was needed at the Américas location located right next to the Woodlands Waterway. It has been rebranded into the sixth location of Churrascos, a well-loved […]

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Desserts at Foodys gourmet

Houston Has A French Complex—And We Like It

Posted: January 5, 2017 at 5:45 pm   /   French

Way back in 2001, brothers David and Sylvain Denis opened a little French restaurant called Le Mistral. In an interview for My Table magazine a decade later, David Denis, who is also the chef, said, “Lawyers would drive over wondering ‘Is this really it?’ when they saw it was in a strip center with a […]

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