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24-Hour Houston Mainstay Katz’s Is Getting A New Look, New Dishes & New Cocktails

Posted: March 13, 2018 at 9:16 pm   /   Featured, News

Everyone knows “Katz’s never kloses,” and that’s been true of the Montrose deli mainstay at 616 Westheimer since its opening 20 years ago. To mark that milestone anniversary, the beloved 24-hour establishment is debuting a new look next month. Renderings show a sleek interior that’s brighter, lighter and designed “to take Katz’s into the future […]

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Sweet Paris Chooses Highland Village For Its Flagship Location In Houston

Posted: March 6, 2018 at 1:02 pm   /   News, Restaurant Openings

Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café is headed to Highland Village. The move marks not only the third Houston location for the fast casual French pastry spot, but also some newfound ambition. Located at 2701 Drexel and planned as Sweet Paris’ flagship restaurant, it will feature not only the signature sweet and savory crêpes but also an expanded […]

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Houston Tiki Bar Lei Low Launches “Rum Club” Classes

Posted: March 5, 2018 at 3:27 pm   /   Bars, Spirits

When Russell Thoede and his wife, Liz, opened rum-soaked, tiki paradise Lei Low at 6412 North Main four years ago, they started with a collection of classic cocktails in the tradition of Trader Vic and Don the Beachcomber. Then, Thoede and his team added on their own original cocktails, all while keeping the tiki tradition alive in […]

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Master Sommelier Craig Collins Is Leading A Series Of Italian Wine Classes

Posted: March 5, 2018 at 8:00 am   /   Bars, Wine

There’s something alluring — and intimidating — about Italian wines. Italians are known for being passionate and Italian wine is an extension of that passion. On the other hand, there are all those those confusing terms. Imbottigliato all’Origine, Denominazione and Azienda agricola are just a few. It’s enough to make the uninitiated turn away and grab the closest California Chardonnay. Sommelier […]

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Fresh Look: Rise Noº 2 Is Serving Up Puffy Soufflé Goodness In The Galleria

Posted: March 2, 2018 at 8:13 am   /   Food Finds, French

When Rise Noº 2 opened in Galleria’s ritzy BLVD Place at 1700 Post Oak just about a year and a half ago (the same center as Whole Foods and North Italia), it seemed the sort of place primed for Ladies Who Lunch. Its menu is heavy on sweet and savory soufflés and also offers salads, […]

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