Month: August 2017

Morgan Weber Of Eight Row Flint And Master Distiller Dave Pickerell Are Opening A Spirits Company

POSTED: August 22, 2017 AT 11:31 am   /   Featured, Food Finds, News

Morgan Weber—who opened Coltivare, Revival Market And Eight Row Flint alongside chef Ryan Pera as part of Agricole Hospitality—is starting a new endeavor named Indianola Distilling Company. The company’s spirits will be available at Coltivare, Eight Row Flint and forthcoming Indianola, Vinny’s and Miss Carousel in early 2018, as well as other restaurants and retail […]

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Ford Fry’s Tex-Mex Concept Superica Slated To Open In The Heights

POSTED: August 22, 2017 AT 9:34 am   /   Food Finds, News, Tex-Mex

The rumor mill has been churning for weeks, but a press release this morning confirms that five-time James Beard-nominated chef and restaurateur Ford Fry is opening a second restaurant in his hometown. (His first restaurant in the Bayou City is State of Grace.) The third incarnation of Superica, Fry’s Tex-Mex concept with two locations in […]

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A Big Deal: Antone’s Famous Po’ Boy Is Only 55 Cents During Anniversary Week

POSTED: August 21, 2017 AT 2:04 pm   /   News

Set a calendar reminder now: from September 11 to 17, diners can score an Original po’ boy—with ham, salami, provolone, chow-chow, relish, mayonnaise and pickles—at Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys locations for only 55 cents from 1 to 3 p.m. Customers can take advantage of the deal every day of the promotion during those designated hours. That deep […]

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Tickets Are Going Fast For This Year’s Houston BBQ Throwdown

POSTED: August 18, 2017 AT 1:11 pm   /   Barbecue, Food & Drink Festivals, News

The Houston Barbecue Festival and Saint Arnold Brewing Company announce the 3rd Annual Houston BBQ Throwdown! Houston barbecue restaurants are competing to create the dish that best represents Houston-style barbecue. This year’s event will be held at Saint Arnold Brewing Company on Sunday, September 24, from 1 to 4 p.m. As of this writing, only about 100 […]

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What We Eat—And Cook—When We’re Sad

POSTED: August 18, 2017 AT 11:12 am   /   Cooking, Food Finds

It’s been an especially depressing and distracting week, no matter where anyone is on the political or social spectrum. The negative, tragic and disturbing news flowing into our social media feeds just won’t stop. It’s enough to make you sit in the corner and eat an entire pint of ice cream—alone. For some, emotional eating […]

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