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“Prodigy” Chef Has Left Peska Seafood – Updated

Posted: February 16, 2017 at 5:40 pm   /   News

Omar Pereney announced on Facebook that he is leaving the restaurant formerly known as Peska Seafood Culture (now called Peska Seafood & Steaks), where he served as executive chef. The 22-year-old Venezuelan native is a classically trained chef who has worked in restaurants since he was only 12 years old. While still in his home […]

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Eric Aldis and Brett Jackson

Chef And Pitmaster Of Midtown BBQ Are Taking Their Act To Katy – Updated

Posted: February 16, 2017 at 4:23 pm   /   News

After J.C. Reid, barbecue columnist for the Houston Chronicle, noted on Twitter that Midtown Barbeque was closed for “plumbing problems,” Reid and others who have been around the industry for a while suspected something was up. Sure enough, chef Eric Aldis confirms that he and pitmaster Brett Jackson have pulled out of Midtown Barbeque. 2/16/17, […]

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Tracy Vaught and Hugo Ortega

2017 James Beard Semifinalist List Has Some Great Surprises For Houston This Year

Posted: February 15, 2017 at 4:42 pm   /   Houston's Best, News

All that national attention on Houston’s restaurant and bar scene seems to be paying off in spades lately. The 2017 James Beard Award semifinalist list has some expected repeat appearances—and some lovely, unexpected surprises that highlight the city’s diversity. First off, it’s not unexpected but welcome nonetheless that Tracy Vaught of Hugo’s, Caracol, Backstreet Café […]

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Ryan Hildebrand and Jose Hernandez at Triniti

Acclaimed Houston Restaurant Triniti Is Closed—But It Leaves A Legacy

Posted: February 7, 2017 at 10:30 pm   /   News

Triniti, chef Ryan Hildebrand’s progressive American restaurant at 2815 South Shepherd has shuttered for good. Over the past five years, it won praise from Houston food media and national critics alike. It also attracted notable guests, such as former First Lady Michelle Obama. The last day of service was Super Bowl Sunday, February 6. “It […]

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Tongue-Cut Sparrow

Surprise! Bobby Heugel and Peter Jahnke Are Opening A 25‑Seat Bar In Downtown Houston

Posted: January 27, 2017 at 9:41 pm   /   Bars, Cocktails, News

Bobby Heugel of Anvil Bar & Refuge, The Pastry War and other Houston bars just dropped a bombshell. With no preliminary announcements, he says he and Peter Jahnke are opening a bar called Tongue-Cut Sparrow, with a soft opening starting next week. Jahnke (a can-do kind of guy who has not only been an Anvil […]

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