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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 …


The Sandwich Makes its Mark in Houston

By: Greg Morago October 5, 2020Updated: October 6, 2020, 9:36 am   The sandwich has gotten chef Benjy Mason through more than just simple hunger during the pandemic. It has become a tasty symbol of survival. “I’ve been making sandwiches all during quarantine,” said the proprietor of Down House and Johnny’s …


Brennan’s of Houston welcomes new top chef

Greg Morago August 5, 2020Updated: August 6, 2020, 1:30 pm There’s a fresh new face guiding the culinary legacy of at the venerable Brennan’s of Houston. Joseph “Joey” Chavez, who got his start in the restaurant business in Beaumont while attending Lamar University, has been appointed as executive chef of the iconic …


Houston’s Best Restaurant Patios — Dining Outside Now Rules Under New Coronavirus Realities

BY SHELBY HODGE // 05.29.20 Now that Texas has allowing restaurants to return to 50 percent occupancy, the concern among restaurateurs is will the public return? How many remain squeamish about being near strangers over a meal in the time of the coronavirus, is their concern? Patio dining, where tables are spaced …


Food Allergies Hit Houston’s Most Fabulous Partygoers in an Eye-Opening Affair

BY SHELBY HODGE // 02.05.20 PHOTOGRAPHY CHINH PHAN When we were growing up, our middle sister had a terrible allergy to chocolate, every child’s (and mother’s) nightmare particularly when the other two sisters are chomping M&Ms almost daily. A few years ago, I developed an allergy to sesame (goodbye, my beloved hummus). I …


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 …