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July 2018

Eight Houston Restaurant Dishes & Drinks Featuring Texas Peaches

Posted: July 31, 2018 at 2:18 pm   /   Featured, Food Finds

Summer is the season of sweet, juicy Texas peaches, one of the Lone Star State’s most prized crops. Although canned and frozen peaches are available year-round, most brands are not the coveted, tree-ripened fruit grown on Texas soil. The Hill Country is particularly famous for its peaches but it’s not the only source. In addition […]

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Rainbow Lodge dessert

Visit Rainbow Lodge For Lunch, Brunch & Dinner During Houston Restaurant Weeks

Posted: July 30, 2018 at 7:58 pm   /   Sponsored

Sponsored When it comes to supporting the Houston Food Bank through Houston Restaurant Weeks (HRW), Rainbow Lodge is “all in!” Three different menus are being offered for lunch, brunch and dinner with different dish choices for every course. Each also features examples of Rainbow Lodge’s “greatest hits” like Executive Chef Mark Schmidt’s legendary Smoked Duck Gumbo with […]

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Cane Rosso cocktails

Best Houston Happy Hours: Montrose

Posted: July 30, 2018 at 8:28 am   /   Bars, Best Happy Hours, Cocktails, Featured

The Montrose neighborhood of Houston offers some of the city’s most notable, well-known and even award-winning bars and restaurants. The highlights include cocktail creations from the restaurants of two different James Beard Award-winning chefs and a bar that’s been a James Beard Award nominee for several years in a row. Saying that Montrose (or “the […]

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The Big Houston Food Finder Guide To BYOB Restaurants

Posted: July 27, 2018 at 9:06 am   /   Bars, Featured

BYOB, which stands for Bring Your Own Bottle (or Booze, Beverage or Beer, depending on who’s using the term), used to be commonplace in restaurants. After all, not selling alcohol saves businesses thousands of dollars in necessary licenses as well as provides insurance against any customers being over-served. Today, fewer restaurants let diners provide their […]

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La Vista 101

Chef & General Manager Out At La Vista 101 Two Months After Opening

Posted: July 26, 2018 at 8:20 am   /   Featured, News

Southern Goods fans were happy to hear that executive chef J.D. Woodward landed a position at Greg Gordon’s new restaurant, La Vista 101 at 1805 West 18th Street in Houston’s Timbergrove neighborhood. Southern Goods was shuttered by a fire and it was just announced that it is not reopening. After a mere two months in […]

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