Author: Meredith Nudo

Soon-to-Open Heights Restaurant Will Serve Japanese-Style Sandwiches

POSTED: February 28, 2024 AT 12:48 pm   /   Heights, News, Restaurant Openings

Japanese-style sandwiches, more commonly known as sandos (or sandōs), have been showing up on more Houston-area menus lately. Money Cat serves an appropriately “bigger in Texas” Chicken Katsu Sando, while Ginger Kale offers a more traditional Tamago Sando Sandwich stuffed with a light, delicately flavored egg salad. It makes sense that an eatery specializing in […]

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A Troupe is Bringing Opera to Where it Belongs: Houston Breweries

POSTED: February 28, 2024 AT 11:08 am   /   Bars, Breweries, Upcoming Events

Opera has much in common with Shakespearean performances these days. Both are considered inaccessible to most people, as they’re perceived to require expensive tickets, hours of free time, specialized fluency in performance and possibly even a second language to fully comprehend and appreciate them. That’s even though both opera and The Bard’s works have origins […]

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Where to Eat in Houston During Lent 2024 — Updated

POSTED: February 14, 2024 AT 1:37 pm   /   Food Finds, Holidays

This year, Lent runs from February 14 — condolences to everyone planning on giving up candy — until March 28. That’s six Fridays’ worth of abstaining from meat, for those who observe the tradition. However, just because the beasts of land and air are quite literally off the table doesn’t mean your Lenten meals have […]

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