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Ming Tsai On Houston Restaurants, Kitchen Tools and The Cause Dear To His Heart

POSTED: December 7, 2016 AT 7:25 pm   /   Cooking, Editor's Choice, News

Celebrity chef Ming Tsai was in Houston on Monday for a Macy’s Culinary Council cooking demo and signing of his fifth book, Simply Ming In Your Kitchen, which Tsai says encourages home cooks to customize the recipes to their preferences. “A cookbook should not be gospel,” he explained. “It should be the base of inspiration […]

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With Oxheart Closing Next Spring, New Chapters Begin For Its Principals

POSTED: December 2, 2016 AT 7:55 pm   /   News

Food writers and diners across Houston—and probably across the United States—are reeling at the news that Oxheart is closing after service on March 15. It will be converted to a la carte service under Yu’s right-hand man, Jason White, and will reopen in May. (White was Justin Basye’s replacement when that chef left short-lived Museum […]

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Alamo Drafthouse Vintage Park Is Apparently About To Become A Star Cinema Location

POSTED: December 1, 2016 AT 4:31 pm   /   News

We’re still awaiting official word from one or both companies, but the signs look pretty clear: the Vintage Park location of dine-in theater Alamo Drafthouse is about to be taken over by competitor Star Cinema Grill. The Houston branch of Drafthouse Cinephiles, a Facebook group for fans, have been fretting about the fate of the theater since […]

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New Concept From The Breakfast Klub Is Headed To Downtown Houston

POSTED: November 29, 2016 AT 1:02 pm   /   News

Eagle-eyed Houston Food Finder freelance writer Scott Sandlin spotted an exciting development in downtown Houston. A banner has appeared over the former R.K.G New Orleans Cajun Po-Boy spot at 648 Polk Street and it looks like it’s about to be a second location of The Breakfast Klub—or something like it. We’ve contacted The Breakfast Klub’s marketing […]

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