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First Bite: New Restaurant Night Heron In Houston’s Montrose District Soars

Posted: February 20, 2018 at 12:06 pm   /   Featured, Food Finds

Every neighborhood needs a great neighborhood spot. Earlier this month, Agricole Hospitality set out to do just that by opening Night Heron in the old Lowbrow space in Montrose at 1601 West Main. The principals are James Beard Award-nominated chef-owner Ryan Pera, executive chef Jacob Pate and business partners Morgan Weber and Vincent Huynh. For the bar program, they tapped […]

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Under the Radar: Tuk Tuk Crab In West Houston Offers Unique Takes On Street Food

Posted: February 20, 2018 at 8:32 am   /   Featured, Food Finds, Under The Radar

Houston is no stranger to street food-inspired restaurants, but newcomer Tuk Tuk Crab pleasantly breaks the mold with a menu inspired by dishes from Thailand and the Philippines. Located at 6128 Wilcrest, the restaurant named for southeast Asia’s auto rickshaws opened in November 2017, providing an enviable neighborhood dining option for residents of both the […]

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Houston Restaurants Serving Creative Dishes For Lent

Posted: February 16, 2018 at 5:41 am   /   Featured, Food Finds, Holidays

With its beads, revelry, drinking and feasting, Mardi Gras is a convivial and well-loved celebration. Then comes Lent and it’s a real downer. Suddenly, people you were having happy hour with slink away because they gave up alcohol. Other friends turn down dessert because they gave up sweets. Lent, the 40-day period of penance, sacrifice […]

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What We REALLY Want For Valentine’s Day

Posted: February 14, 2018 at 8:42 am   /   Food Finds, Holidays

Valentine’s Day is a potentially contentious holiday for couples—and singles. If you’re single, it’s the day that starkly reminds you that you’re not with anyone. Hopefully, you’re okay with that anyway. If you’re part of a couple, it’s a commercially driven holiday that leads to resentment (“Why do I have to show my love by […]

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Willow’s Texas BBQ Is A Worthy Addition To The Growing Heights Barbecue Scene – Updated

Posted: February 13, 2018 at 9:14 am   /   Barbecue, Featured, Food Finds

Update: Since this article was posted, Willow’s Texas BBQ has relocated their operation just down the street to Shady Acres Saloon at 1115 West 19th Street in The Heights. *************** Willow’s Texas BBQ is anything but a newcomer to Houston-area barbecue. Pitmaster and proprietor Willow Villareal developed a loyal following after a long stint doing Sunday […]

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