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The 2019 Houston Barbecue Festival Brings Together the Best in Texas

Posted: March 12, 2019 at 2:46 pm   /   Featured, Food & Drink Festivals, News

Though May is officially designated National Barbecue Month, April should be declared “Houston Barbecue Month” due to the much-anticipated arrival of the annual Houston Barbecue Festival. For 2019, the seventh celebration of the best local barbecue takes place on Sunday, April 14. Due to overwhelmingly positive feedback from attendees at last year’s event, the festival […]

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Decatur charcuterie board

The Hit List: New Houston Restaurants to Visit in March 2019

Posted: March 11, 2019 at 8:20 am   /   Featured, News, Restaurant Openings

Spring has sprung (sort of) and with that comes some new Houston restaurants to check out. Among new places to visit this month are Verandah’s Progressive Indian Restaurant and the recently re-opened and revamped Uptown Sushi. March is also a good month to catch up with innovative chef incubator Decatur Bar & Pop-Up Factory and […]

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Celebrity Chef Marcus Samuelsson is Coming to Houston — Updated

Posted: March 7, 2019 at 4:58 pm   /   Chefs You Should Know, News

Updated 3/15/19, 9:00 a.m.: This event is sold out.  The Macy’s Culinary Council event series often brings some of the country’s most beloved chefs to Houston — and another one is about to hit town. On Friday, March 15 at 6:30 p.m., James Beard Award-winning chef, restaurant owner and author Marcus Samuelsson is doing a […]

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When Consumer Reviews Go Too Far: Threats, Lies and Videotape

Posted: March 6, 2019 at 11:53 am   /   Food for Thought, News

With the rise of the Internet came the ability to post personal experiences — a way for consumers to warn others about restaurants that didn’t provide a meal that was worth the dollars spent. It started with local websites (in the Houston area, the long-gone B-4-U-Eat was an early resource) but it wasn’t too long […]

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Cafe Bustelo pop-up

Houston’s Montrose Neighborhood is Getting a Pop-Up Coffee Shop — Updated

Posted: March 5, 2019 at 9:36 am   /   Featured, News, Upcoming Events

Next week, residents and visitors of Houston’s eclectic Montrose neighborhood might do a double-take when they see a bright yellow, red and blue shipping container seemingly appear out of nowhere at 3615 Montrose Boulevard. Coffee fans, though, might want to stop and investigate. It’s a Café Bustelo pop-up that runs only from March 12, starting […]

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