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Last-Minute Guide To Easter Brunch In Houston

Posted: March 30, 2018 at 5:51 pm   /   Food Finds, Holidays

Just in case you waited till the last minute to make Easter Sunday dining plans, here’s a list of some of our favorite restaurants doing something special for Easter Brunch. (We didn’t include any that are only offering the regular brunch menu.) It’s not too late to secure a tasty spot to dine at this […]

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Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair

Coming Soon: Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair Celebrates its 15th Year

Posted: March 29, 2018 at 3:19 pm   /   Food & Drink Festivals

Founded in 2003 by the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, the Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair was initially designed to showcase the growing city of Sugar Land. The multi-day event has been a huge success ever since and now features businesses, chefs, master sommeliers and mixologists from Sugar Land and surrounding areas. This year’s […]

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At Houston Food Finder’s Peli Peli Kitchen Dinner, It Was Team Curry vs Team Oxtail

Posted: March 29, 2018 at 11:26 am   /   News

Peli Peli Kitchen at 9090 Katy Freeway hosted a Houston Food Finder Reader Dinner this past Monday featuring four of the restaurant’s popular dishes paired with an equal number of South African wines. Peli Peli Kitchen is the more casual spin-off of the original Peli Peli restaurant. Like the original, it offers dishes by chef Paul Friedman that feature traditional […]

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My Houston Bucket List: Ellie Sharp, Food Editor & Writer

Posted: March 28, 2018 at 12:21 pm   /   Featured, Food Finds

New series “My Houston Bucket List” describes the restaurants and bars notable Houstonians chose to visit for their last hurrahs before moving away from the Bayou City. It’s a chance to also discuss thoughts and feelings saying goodbye to the city’s food scene. In this first installment, former Zagat Houston editor and food writer for many local […]

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Chris Shepherd

Underbelly Is Now Closed—Here’s What Happens Next—Updated

Posted: March 27, 2018 at 9:07 am   /   News, Restaurant Closings

Chef-owner Chris Shepherd’s original restaurant, Underbelly, at 1100 Westheimer. closed after dinner on Saturday, March 31. Underbelly will forever be remembered as where Shepherd was at when he won the James Beard Best Chef Southwest Award in 2014—an important event not just for him and his restaurant, but for Houston’s food scene. No Houston chef had […]

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