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November 2017

The Houston Food Finder Guide To Thanksgiving 2017—Updated

Posted: November 8, 2017 at 2:30 pm   /   Food Finds, Holidays

Thanksgiving comes with a lot of expectations and potential missteps, particularly if you’re expected to host the meal on the big day. But what if you dispensed with tradition and let someone else take care of the food? Whether you want to eat at home with family or dine out on November 23, options abound […]

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panela at Original Ninfa's

Shake Up The Tex-Mex Routine With These Wood-Fired Dishes At Original Ninfa’s

Posted: November 7, 2017 at 3:13 pm   /   Food Finds, Mexican

Let’s be real: when diners head to The Original Ninfa’s On Navigation, they’re probably driven by cravings for Tex-Mex classics: fajitas, enchiladas and tacos. However, in mid-2016, the installation of a wood-burning oven opened up new options—and a bevy of meat, seafood and even cheese dishes ideal for the smoky kiss of fire. For that […]

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Celebrate Our 1st Anniversary With Us At A Very Special Dinner!

Posted: November 6, 2017 at 3:05 pm   /   News

Thanks to our readers, writers and sponsors, Houston Food Finder has made it through its first year! To celebrate, we’ve arranged for a reader dinner by James Beard Award winning chef Chris Shepherd’s restaurant, Underbelly. It will be hosted as a private, four-course meal at Blacksmith at 1018 Westheimer (across the street from Underbelly) this […]

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Breaking News: Explosion and Fire At Houston Vodka Distillery Injures Three

Posted: November 6, 2017 at 1:38 pm   /   News

Thanks to a reader tip, we learned that Harris County Sheriff’s Department responded early this afternoon to a fire and explosion at BJ Hooker’s Vodka plant at 1300 East Richey. According to Harris County Fire Marshal Gene Hensley, three victims suffered burns. Two of those victims were taken by ambulance to area hospitals for treatment. […]

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Southern Goods kitchen after fire

Breaking Houston Restaurant News: Southern Goods Damaged By Fire

Posted: November 6, 2017 at 11:33 am   /   News

Last night at approximately 11 p.m., a fire started at Heights restaurant Southern Goods, located at 623 West 19th Street. It started about an hour after closing time. Heights resident Maureen Demar Hall, who lives close to the restaurant, noticed it was surrounded by fire trucks and shot the video below showing smoke billowing from […]

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