Newsletter subscribe
Featured
Agu Ramen Hot Mess

Houston’s Best Restaurants For Ramen

Posted: May 11, 2017 at 10:00 am   /   Featured, Houston's Best, Ramen

With the recent influx of chains from Hawaii and Austin, as well as a bunch of places simply trying to capitalize on a particularly long-lived trend, it seems like there’s a ramen joint on every other corner in Houston now (or at least in most neighborhoods). However, ramen is much more tricky to execute correctly than many […]

No Comments read more
Porky bites from 2016 Cochon 555

Houston Chefs Will Compete to “Hog the Glory” at Cochon555

Posted: May 10, 2017 at 8:00 am   /   Featured, News

When the epic porky paradise that is Cochon555 returns to Houston on Sunday, May 21, hundreds of foodies will show up to party with the pigs, so to speak, as five chefs compete for bragging rights and the title of “Princess (or Prince) of Porc.” The event lasts from 4 to 7:30 p.m. and takes place […]

No Comments read more

The Houston Food Finder Guide to Mother’s Day Dining

Posted: May 1, 2017 at 9:52 am   /   Featured, Holidays, News

Mother’s Day is May 14, so make plans and reservations soon! Also, call your mother. (Note all offerings described below are available on Sunday, May 14, unless otherwise noted.) If your mom is always citing Southern Living articles… Moms who are great home cooks, Gulf Coast natives or longtime Southern gals deserve a delicious Mother’s Day meal […]

No Comments read more

Where To Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Houston

Posted: May 1, 2017 at 8:12 am   /   Featured, Holidays, News

May is here, which means it’s time to celebrate Cinco de Mayo — the day in which we celebrate Mexico’s surprising victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla. Cinco de Mayo falls on a Friday this year so it seems appropriate to celebrate by immersing yourself in Mexican food and drink. Batanga (908 Congress) […]

No Comments read more

Incredible Feasts On Buns: The Houston Area’s Best Stacked Barbecue Sandwiches

Posted: April 24, 2017 at 9:31 am   /   Barbecue, Featured, Food Finds, Houston's Best

Texans like things big—big trucks, big business, big hair, and big food. There’s some evidence of our fondness for bigness in the roots of Texas barbecue, too. Large community barbecue gatherings first started around the state in the early 1800s. Long pits were dug in the ground, and a large wood fire was built in […]

9 Comments read more