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Dine-around……a long-awaited re-visit to some local restaurant favorites

By Roz Pactor | Sunday, October 18, 2020 Like many of us that have been in our Covid survival mode for the last several months, we have spent a great amount of time supporting our local restaurants from afar. Yes, for our family, restaurant dining has largely been restricted to …


Your Houston Early Voting Guide — Where to Vote, How to Avoid the Lines and Enjoying Your Just Restaurant Rewards

BY VIRGINIA REYNOLDS // 10.20.20 oting season is upon us — and there are more chances to do early voting in Houston than ever. This this is your complete guide to voting in Harris County. Use it to help you make sure your voice is heard. And yes, to score your very …


This Week in Houston Food Events: Veg Out With Tacos A Go Go

BROOKE VIGGIANO | OCTOBER 19, 2020 | 4:00AM   Throughout these trying times, the ever-strong Houston food community continues to truck on. This week, you can support local restaurants by carrying out or making reservations for dine-in service, veg out on Taco Tuesday, and eat schnitzel for charity. Here's a look at this week's …


Chefs on the Move: Catching up with new positions during the pandemic

Bret Thorn Oct 13, 2020 While reporting on other pressing issues in the restaurant world in the face of the novel coronavirus pandemic, we delayed reporting on new jobs that chefs are getting across the country. We’re resuming that now, with the news that Commander’s Palace has a new executive chef …


The Best Brunches in 22 Houston Neighborhoods

By BROOKE VIGGIANO Updated On 01/21/2020 at 05:28PM EST No matter the weekend. No matter the weather. Brunch will be there with its promise of perfectly cooked eggs, piping hot coffee, and effervescent mimosas. And while there are plenty of brunch options dotting the city’s every nook and cranny, sometimes you simply …


10 best Houston restaurants to take out-of-town guests, from award-winners to classics

By Eric Sandler Nov 25, 2019, 11:15 am The holiday season has arrived, which means lots of entertaining out-of-town visitors. Cooking for a crowd gets old fast — why not take them to a restaurant instead? CultureMap’s inaugural Top 100 list of Houston’s best restaurants represents a good starting point for deciding where to …


Jiggly Japanese Pancakes Debut in Houston

by Amy McCarthy  Nov 20, 2019, 10:37am CST   Now that fall is officially here, the weather in Houston hasn’t necessarily agreed with the season. It got cold for a little while, but now the temperatures are back to warm and humid. Despite the city’s temperamental temperature, it’s only normal to crave …


Louisiana Native Chef James Reedy Dishes On Repurposing Crawfish Boil Leftovers

By: Abigail Abesamis, Mar 26, 2019 It’s crawfish season, and in New Orleans that means the return of spring and crawfish boils, the latter of which bring friends and family together around newspaper-topped tables covered with a heap of spiced seafood, sausage and vegetables – all eaten with your hands. It’s …


Houston restaurants that define the city

By Jody Schmal, Janunary 14, 2019 In a city with thousands of restaurants, one could hardly be blamed for having trouble deciding where to eat. For visitors, it's an even more difficult proposition. And there could be even more visitors this year, at least if Houston's latest hot streak in major …