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One Fifth From Award-Winning Chef Chris Shepherd Debuts In Montrose

Posted: January 26, 2017 at 1:20 am   /   Food Finds, News, Steakhouse

One Fifth, the highly anticipated second restaurant from James Beard award-winning chef Chris Shepherd of Underbelly, is now accepting reservations. It officially opens to the public on Thursday, January 25 and is located at 1658 Westheimer in the former cathedral that used to house Mark’s American Cuisine. That space, by the way, has undergone quite […]

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Stuffed Mushrooms at Pasta e Pesto

Italian Restaurant On Houston’s North Side Is A Survival Story—And Dishes Out A Fine Lasagna

Posted: January 24, 2017 at 1:28 pm   /   Food Finds, Italian

Matt Vernon was running Lasagna House III at 217 Cypress Creek Parkway when in a neighboring business left the entire restaurant with severe water and smoke damage. The restaurant had to close, leaving him and his wife, Mary, scrambling for a new workplace. For a time, Vernon ran the Rustica food truck at Bernie’s Backyard […]

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Agu Ramen Hot Mess

Agu Ramen Offers A “Hot Mess,” But The Flavor Approach Is Quite In Order

Posted: January 12, 2017 at 6:51 pm   /   Food Finds, Ramen

It initially sounds bizarre: garlicky, tonkotsu ramen (amped up with black garlic oil, garlic butter and garlic chips, no less) topped with a heap of freshly grated Parmesan cheese. It’s called the “Innovative Hot Mess” and is one of the specialties of Agu Ramen, a Hawaiian-based chain under Okinawa-born chef Hisahi Uehara. Since November, they’ve already opened […]

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Ship & Shield Viking Stew

Eats & Greets: Viking Restaurant In Montrose Features Big Mead Selection And Hearty Fare

Posted: January 10, 2017 at 7:51 pm   /   Bars, Food Finds

A unique Viking-themed restaurant, Ship & Shield, is now open in the former Byzantio spot at 403 West Gray. It’s a new project by Hans Gerner, who’s known for Hans Bier Haus (now closed) and Scottish pub The Kelvin Arms. While some might be inclined to assume the idea is about goofy fun, rest assured […]

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Houston Has A French Complex—And We Like It

Posted: January 5, 2017 at 5:45 pm   /   French

Way back in 2001, brothers David and Sylvain Denis opened a little French restaurant called Le Mistral. In an interview for My Table magazine a decade later, David Denis, who is also the chef, said, “Lawyers would drive over wondering ‘Is this really it?’ when they saw it was in a strip center with a […]

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