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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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mona Fresh Italian Food Celebrates Grand Opening Near Katy With Free Pasta

Posted: July 24, 2018 at 10:12 am   /   Italian, News

In January, Sidney Degaine and his wife Maria announced the sale of their popular Montrose French restaurant Cafe Azur with plans to open a new concept later this year. The resulting project is mona Fresh Italian Food, a place where pasta, sandwiches and salads are prepared in a fast-casual counter setting where customers go down […]

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Years In The Making, Katy Gets A Jax Grill and The Union Kitchen Arriving Summer 2019

Posted: July 20, 2018 at 4:51 pm   /   News

Houston restaurants continue to open outposts in nearby Katy at breakneck speed and for good reason. The area is flourishing as a hospitality mecca thanks to hungry patrons with disposable income and lifestyles that support dining out on the regular. Husband and wife team Paul and Doris Miller, who own Houston-based GR8 Plate Hospitality (and […]

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Lyle Bento Closes Southern Goods And Returns to Underbelly Hospitality

Posted: July 18, 2018 at 2:06 pm   /   News

In the restaurant world, change is inevitable but with any luck it is also positive. Known most recently as co-owner and executive chef of Southern Goods, the casual Heights eatery he helped open with partner Charles Bishop in 2015, Lyle Bento has gone back to working for Underbelly Hospitality. His new role is as chef de […]

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Sizing Up Houston Chile Con Queso Prices & Where To Get It

Posted: July 17, 2018 at 6:21 pm   /   Food Finds, Mexican, Tex-Mex

Every day is a good day for chile con queso in Houston. From simple classics to those with kicked-up toppings, there are plenty of essential bowls of liquid sunshine just begging for crispy chips and an ice-cold margarita. That said, satisfying a queso emergency can vary wildly in cost and the more toppings added, the more […]

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