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Houston Chefs To Know: Mark Schmidt at Rainbow Lodge

Posted: October 5, 2017 at 11:26 am   /   Chefs You Should Know

Rainbow Lodge, the beautiful, spacious log cabin at 2011 Ella near T.C. Jester, has long been known for its game meat-centric menu and the weddings held on its impeccably landscaped grounds. Behind the acclaimed cuisine is executive chef Mark Schmidt, who has helmed the Rainbow Lodge kitchen a total of five years. He was born […]

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Ford Fry

Chef, Restaurateur and Margarita Purist Ford Fry Talks Superica In The Heights And More

Posted: August 23, 2017 at 1:30 pm   /   Chefs You Should Know, Featured, News

Five-time James Beard nominated chef, restaurateur and Houston native Ford Fry announced yesterday that he’s opening a second restaurant in his hometown: Superica. It’s the third of his brand of Tex-Mex restaurants; the first two are both in Atlanta. (By the way: the correct pronunciation is Super-reeka.) Fry talked about the details of the forthcoming […]

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Get To Know Better Luck Tomorrow’s Chef, Matt Boesen

Posted: July 26, 2017 at 8:16 am   /   Chefs You Should Know

When it comes to the arguably elusive trifecta of delicious food, impeccable cocktails and fun environment, it’s hard to beat Better Luck Tomorrow, one of the Heights’ newest dining and drinking destinations. Its powerhouse team includes 2016 James Beard Best Chef Southwest Justin Yu (of recently-closed Oxheart and forthcoming Theodore Rex) and Anvil Bar & […]

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Eatsie Boys topped fries with 8th Wonder beers

Perfect Houston Pairings: 8th Wonder Brewery With Eatsie Boys

Posted: July 6, 2017 at 2:27 pm   /   Breweries, Chefs You Should Know, Sponsored

Sponsored by 8th Wonder Brewery The Eatsie Boys food truck, helmed by 8th Wonder Brewery’s Executive Chef and Culinary Liaison, Matt Marcus, has an important distinction: it is Houston’s longest-running gourmet food truck. Founded in 2010, it was one of the first that started that trend—and one of the few survivors. These days, its contemporaries—such as […]

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Southern Goods Beer Toast

Southern Goods Says Goodbye To Pitmaster & Transitions Barbecue Program

Posted: June 28, 2017 at 1:27 pm   /   Chefs You Should Know, News

Marking the end of a successful phase, Southern Goods is saying goodbye this Saturday to pitmaster Patrick Feges, one of the team of opening chefs that included Lyle Bento and J.D. Woodward. The last of the restaurant’s popular Blues & Barbecue events is on July 1st, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Blues guitar player […]

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