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23 New Restaurants Participating In Houston Restaurant Weeks For 2018

Posted: August 2, 2018 at 3:54 pm   /   Featured, Food Finds

Houston Restaurant Weeks is a premiere event for Houston diners as it gives them the opportunity to try multi-course meals from Houston area chefs at budget-friendly prices. More importantly, a significant portion of every meal  helps the Houston Food Bank: $3 from each brunch and lunch and $5 or $7 for each dinner, depending on dinner price. […]

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

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

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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Breakfast Taco Pizza at Cane Rosso

Cane Rosso Has One Of Houston’s Newest & Most Decadent Brunches!

Posted: July 23, 2018 at 3:58 pm   /   Sponsored

Sponsored Cane Rosso has long been known as the gold standard for authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas in Texas. Now, it’s also becoming known for one of Houston’s newest brunches! Both Cane Rosso locations in Houston now serve everyone’s favorite weekend meal from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. — not just on Sundays but on Saturdays, too! The menu […]

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Antone’s Warm Falafel & Cooling Tzatziki Is Just Right For Summer

Posted: July 16, 2018 at 6:22 pm   /   Sponsored

Sponsored For its July 2018 special, Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys has rolled out a warm dish accompanied by a creamy sauce long known for its cooling properties. This month’s special is housemade falafel nestled in a warm pita then topped with cooling tzatziki, fresh vegetables and feta. A refreshing, Mediterranean-style bulgur wheat and romaine salad comes alongside. […]

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branzino at Bistro Provence

Fresh Look: Bistro Provence’s Fired-Up Dishes A Mix Of Traditional & Modern

Posted: July 16, 2018 at 4:41 pm   /   Food Finds, French

Bistro Provence on Houston’s west side opened in 1996 and that makes it a little easy to take for granted. The classical French eatery, run for the past several years by the vivacious Genevieve Guy was first opened by her in-laws, respected chef Georges Guy and his wife Monique. The unpretentious strip center façade belies […]

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