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Houston Pastry Chefs Rise To Save Weddings From Disaster

Posted: August 26, 2019 at 9:56 am   /   Food Finds, Sweets

Getting married is usually one of the happiest events in someone’s life. It’s the culmination of months of planning, with many skilled, professional vendors coming together to make the day memorable. Unfortunately, that’s not quite been the experience of several Houston couples or parents trying to help put on weddings for their offspring. They have […]

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Houston Brunch Festival

Inaugural Brunch Festival Left Many Attendees Feeling Ripped Off

Posted: August 1, 2019 at 5:20 pm   /   Featured, Food & Drink Festivals, News

The first Houston Brunch Fest (sometimes also styled “HTX Brunch Fest”) was held on July 20 in downtown at Isles Eatery & Rhum Bar at 1515 Pease. The event organizers, which included consultant and entrepreneur Bruce Bray, advertised that the festival would include over “20 restaurants and chefs” but the event dramatically under-delivered, generating a […]

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Treebeards in Downtown Houston Now Open On Saturdays

Posted: May 3, 2019 at 4:41 pm   /   News

Treebeards has served downtown patrons every weekday since 1978 with comforting, affordable Cajun dishes such as gumbo, étouffée and red beans and rice. Now, 30 years later, the downtown location at 315 Travis in the heart of Market Square has  — for the first time — expanded its hours to include lunchtime on Saturdays from […]

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Ready for Pink Beer? It’s Hitting Store Shelves in April

Posted: April 3, 2019 at 10:54 am   /   Bars, Beer

Many people love rosé wine — but what about a pink beer? Ready or not, a beer that gets its hue from raspberries and black currants is hitting store shelves and bar taps soon. Left Hand Brewing Company, which is based in Longmont, Colorado, is introducing Flamingo Dreams, a fizzy, fruited blonde ale on nitro. […]

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When Consumer Reviews Go Too Far: Threats, Lies and Videotape

Posted: March 6, 2019 at 11:53 am   /   Food for Thought, News

With the rise of the Internet came the ability to post personal experiences — a way for consumers to warn others about restaurants that didn’t provide a meal that was worth the dollars spent. It started with local websites (in the Houston area, the long-gone B-4-U-Eat was an early resource) but it wasn’t too long […]

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