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Baby Kale Salad at Bosscat

Eats & Greets: Bosscat Kitchen Hits a Casual Sweetspot

Posted: February 23, 2017 at 3:03 pm   /   Food Finds, Southern, Whisk(e)y

Bosscat Kitchen & Libations at 4310 Westheimer just threw open its doors to the public, but Houston Food Finder got a sneak peek a few days early at a preview event. On offer is an upscale casual menu that features a host of Southern-inspired dishes. Owner Leslie Nguyen, who grew up in Louisiana, puts a […]

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Chico Ramirez and Travis Lenig of Field & Tides

Eats & Greets: Field & Tides Now Open In the Heights

Posted: February 16, 2017 at 2:47 pm   /   Food Finds, Southern

Never say that chef Travis Lenig is lazy. On Monday, he and his business partner, Christopher “Chico” Ramirez, not only swung open the doors of new restaurant Field & Tides for the first time, but also rolled out the red carpet for a sizeable group of food writers two hours beforehand. That’s a lot to […]

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Tracy Vaught and Hugo Ortega

2017 James Beard Semifinalist List Has Some Great Surprises For Houston This Year

Posted: February 15, 2017 at 4:42 pm   /   Houston's Best, News

All that national attention on Houston’s restaurant and bar scene seems to be paying off in spades lately. The 2017 James Beard Award semifinalist list has some expected repeat appearances—and some lovely, unexpected surprises that highlight the city’s diversity. First off, it’s not unexpected but welcome nonetheless that Tracy Vaught of Hugo’s, Caracol, Backstreet Café […]

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Bone Marrow at Américas

Américas Shows Off French Techniques and Latin Style In New Dishes

Posted: February 13, 2017 at 2:45 pm   /   Latin

While some second-generation chefs might coast on the family name, that’s never been David Cordúa’s style. The executive chef of Cordúa Restaurants, which runs Churrascos, Artista and Américas, has always sought to push the envelope. That’s even while adamantly staying true to the Latin flavors his father, Michael, shared with Houston when the first Churrascos […]

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The Pit Room sausage

Housemade Sausage May Be Rare in Houston Barbecue, but Deserves More Attention

Posted: February 10, 2017 at 12:41 pm   /   Barbecue, Food Finds

American poet John Godfrey Saxe wrote in 1869, “Laws, like sausages, cease to inspire respect in proportion as we know how they are made.” Fast forward to 2017, and you might question whether or not this still holds true. Maybe for the “lawmaking” part, but sausage-making has been experiencing a renaissance in the Texas barbecue […]

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