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Houston Sommeliers’ Picks for Best Sparkling Wines for the Holidays

Posted: December 18, 2018 at 1:37 pm   /   Bars, Featured, Wine

Nothing quite puts the “pop “in a holiday celebration like opening a bottle of bubbles. While most people think of these as the go-to wines for celebrations and toasts, they’re more versatile than that. They can kick off a meal, be part of the main dish or simply be served as a refreshment. We asked […]

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Where to Have Christmas Dinner in Houston

Posted: December 17, 2018 at 4:27 pm   /   Food Finds, Holidays

For those who enjoy dining out on Christmas Day, Houston has options. From hotel restaurants to neighborhood favorites, several spots are offering special holiday menus in addition to the standard fare. The result is a wide range of dishes for diners, although traditional prime rib features prominently on menus. For those looking for festive ways […]

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Where To Dine Out On Christmas Eve In Houston – Updated

Posted: December 17, 2018 at 8:00 am   /   Food Finds, Holidays

Dining out on Christmas Eve in Houston lends opportunities as diverse as the Bayou City itself. Choose from special dinners that celebrate multiple nationalities or more traditional fare with offerings for every taste and budget. There are options for feeding extended families, romantic holiday dinners for two or simply enjoying an exquisite meal for one. […]

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New Restaurant Specializing in All-Day Breakfast Now Open In Memorial City

Posted: December 13, 2018 at 11:03 am   /   News, Restaurant Openings

The original Flying Biscuit Café started in Atlanta in 1993 and sold out of its namesake dish on the first day. Since then it’s grown to five states as a franchise operation. The company says that each location makes about 5,000 biscuits a day. Its first Texas location was in Richardson and it’s now opened a second, […]

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George & Barbara Bush’s Deep Ties to Houston Included Favorite Restaurants & Dishes – Updated

Posted: December 7, 2018 at 3:09 pm   /   Featured, Houston in the Spotlight, News

President George H.W. Bush was laid to rest on December 6, 2018, not too long after wife and former First Lady Barbara left this life on April 17. The long-lived pair were married for 73 years. While the rest of the country might remember President Bush for his “Read my lips: no new taxes,” and […]

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