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The Seaward cocktail at The Toasted Coconut

First Bite: Toasted Coconut Melds Vibrant Tiki Style With a Full Menu

Posted: September 17, 2019 at 2:39 pm   /   Bars, Bars With A Full Menu, Featured

It seems like just yesterday when the team from Nobie’s was hosting Toasty Tuesdays — previews of what was to come at the forthcoming Tiki-inspired “barstaurant,” The Toasted Coconut. Fast-forward seven months and the doors are now open in the former Maria Selma space at 1617 Richmond. When the team of chef Martin Stayer, wife […]

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Bucket of oysters and bottle of Champagne

5 Best Ideas for a Girls’ Night Out in Memorial City

Posted: September 9, 2019 at 9:24 am   /   Featured, Food Finds, Sponsored

Sponsored  Evenings spent with gal pals are the perfect blend of fun and social time. Spend Girls’ Night Out in Memorial City for nights that are also full of exclusive deals on tasty bites, cool drinks — and even a hair and makeup special! Here are five area businesses offering perks perks September 9 through […]

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Peli Peli Opens Fourth Location In The Woodlands

Posted: September 9, 2019 at 7:00 am   /   Featured, News, Restaurant Openings

After a decade of serving South African cuisine to Houston, Peli Peli has opened its fourth location at 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive at The Woodlands Mall. Inspired by Cape Dutch architecture, Peli Peli’s transformation of the former Mi Cocina restaurant includes whitewashed walls with a bright red logo, cottage pane windows and stained wooden beams. […]

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First Bite: Even Just Out of the Gate, New Montrose Restaurant Shines

Posted: September 6, 2019 at 5:16 pm   /   Featured, Food Finds, Italian, Mediterranean

Over the past few weeks, Goodnight Hospitality, the company that also owns honky tonk Goodnight Charlie’s, has put the plan to take over the corner of Westheimer and Mandell into action. Just within the past few weeks, both Montrose Cheese & Wine and restaurant Rosie Cannonball opened. Still to come is March, an intimate tasting […]

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Montrose Restaurant Retools & Takes Cues From Successful Heights Eatery

Posted: September 5, 2019 at 3:58 pm   /   Featured, News, Rebrandings & Retoolings

When Agricole Hospitality — led by executive chef Ryan Pera, Morgan Weber and Vincent Huynh — took over the former Lowbrow space at 1601 West Main and renamed it Night Heron, they started with a heavy focus on cocktails, small plates and late-night hours. However, after not quite connecting with the neighborhood in the way […]

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