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Breaking Houston Restaurant News: Southern Goods Damaged By Fire

Posted: November 6, 2017 at 11:33 am   /   News

Last night at approximately 11 p.m., a fire started at Heights restaurant Southern Goods, located at 623 West 19th Street. It started about an hour after closing time. Heights resident Maureen Demar Hall, who lives close to the restaurant, noticed it was surrounded by fire trucks and shot the video below showing smoke billowing from […]

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Celebrate The Houston Astros’ World Series Win With Restaurant & Bar Specials—Updated

Posted: November 2, 2017 at 4:03 pm   /   Bargains, News

Last updated 11/3/17, 7:37 a.m. The Houston Astros have won their very first World Series and that means it’s time to party! Houston bars and restaurants are ready for the revelry with many themed specials, discounting everything from local beer to gift cards. Some deals are only for the celebration parade on Friday, November 2. […]

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For Lunch, Brunch, Dinner and Happy Hour, Rainbow Lodge Is A Slice of Tranquility In Houston

Posted: October 27, 2017 at 8:14 pm   /   Food Finds, Sponsored

Sponsored With tantalizing autumn temperatures on Houston’s doorstep, it’s the perfect time to help Rainbow Lodge at 2011 Ella celebrate its 40th anniversary. The spacious log cabin with three fireplaces is located on a full acre of landscaped beauty. Rainbow Lodge has long been one of Houston’s top picks for holiday celebrations and other memorable events—but […]

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Houston Barbecue Couple Plans Their First Restaurant In Unexpected Venue

Posted: October 25, 2017 at 11:10 am   /   News

Houston barbecue fans have awaited news for years on when Patrick and Erin Smith Feges of Feges BBQ would open their own restaurant. Their endeavor, Feges BBQ, has long been a favorite in the local food scene. Well, the news is finally here, and the new place will be in an unusual locale for a […]

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The Days Are Numbered For Artista At The Hobby Center

Posted: October 25, 2017 at 8:17 am   /   Restaurant Closings

For 15 years, the most opulent of the Cordúa Group restaurants, Artista, has been a steadfast, pre-show dining venue at The Hobby Center For The Performing Arts, serving approachable Latin fare like chimichurri beef and achiote shrimp. However, its days are now numbered. A reader tip led us to confirm with executive chef David Cordúa […]

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