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Three Significant People to Houston Hospitality Are Battling Serious Illnesses — Updated

POSTED: January 11, 2019 AT 2:18 pm   /   Featured, Feed The Need, News

“Hospitality” and “hospital” may sound similar, but one is fun and the other is terrible. Unfortunately, two three of Houston’s most dedicated women of hospitality are facing both due to recent cancer diagnoses. Lucia Cordúa (wife of restaurateur Michael Cordúa, mother of chef David Cordúa and a strong presence in all of their business endeavors) is […]

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All-Star Group of Houston Chefs Serving Sunday Supper to Support Local Food

POSTED: November 8, 2018 AT 5:30 pm   /   Feed The Need, News

Urban Harvest, the organization behind some of Houston’s farmers markets, has settled into its new Saturday location. Now, it’s also bringing back a popular farm-to-table dinner event, the Urban Harvest Sunday Supper. Tickets are on sale now. Poitin at 2313 Edwards is hosting the first dinner of the new series on Sunday, November 11 from 6 to 9 […]

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Popular Houston Fundraiser Featuring Award-Winning Chefs Returns in September 2018

POSTED: September 5, 2018 AT 4:47 pm   /   Feed The Need, News

The 2018 Southern Smoke festival is taking place on September 30 and features nine chefs from across the country who represent some of the nation’s best restaurants. Chef and owner Chris Shepherd of One Fifth, UB Preserv and the forthcoming Georgia James, created the festival in 2015 after learning his friend, sommelier Antonio Gianola of Houston Wine […]

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Negroni Week 2018: The Houston Bars & Restaurants Making Cocktails For Charity – Updated

POSTED: May 30, 2018 AT 12:29 pm   /   Feed The Need, News

Negroni Week is returning on June 4 and runs through June 10. It’s a national, week-long celebration of the classic cocktail that also fundraisers for many different charities. Launched in 2013 by Imbibe magazine and Campari, Negroni Week has raised more than $1.5 million for charitable causes. Bars and restaurants across the Bayou City are […]

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