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  • Even the bar bites at Kuu are an enticement

    You might not think to venture to a very attractively appointed, modern Japanese restaurant for cubes of fried beef served in its bar, but this bar menu-only option is really very good: the petite pieces are moist and quite...

    Friday, June 26, 2015
  • H Texas Mag
    Houston Chronicle: Cooks Tour
    Houston Chronicle: Restaurants and Bars
    Houston Press: Eating Our Words
    My Table magazine
    Almost Veggie Houston
  • Faces & Names

    Woe. I’ve been going to Faces & Names every single time I’ve visited New York City since 1997. Located beside the London Hotel, everything about this place is an explosion of super secret fun. Or maybe I was having more fun than lo...

    Wednesday, July 1, 2015
  • b4 U Eat
    Devour Houston
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    An Eater's Palate Opinion
  • Guest Post - Pam Lampson - Hester's Cafe & Coffee Bar - Corpus Christi, TX

    Hester's Cafe and Coffee Bar in Corpus Christi, Texas is one of those well known secrets that natives of any given city treasure. Opened seven years ago by Jason and Hester Rodriquez, the original restaurant is downtown on Alameda and Palmero at 6...

    Monday, July 29, 2013
  • Houston Restaurant Reviews
    Robb Walsh Texas Eats
  • Lemongrass Z’herbes Bourride Gumbo

    or Green Fish Soup Makes 8 cups or 4 large bowls When I buy a fish at Katie’s Seafood, the spectacular seafood store on the Galveston waterfront, I tend to have it filleted—and I ask for the bones and head in a separate bag. There were three such...

    Friday, July 3, 2015
  • She Eats
  • Episode IV

    Seeing as how I’ve announced all of my other life changes on this blog — the blog that got me hired at the Houston Press and began my new path as a real-life employed writer — it only made sense … Continue reading →

    Tuesday, May 7, 2013
  • Teethpicks: Why Houston is Awesome, Mouth First
    Urban Swank
  • Middle-Earth and Magnificent Edibles at The Hobbit Café

    Just as “not all who wander are lost,” not all who eat at the Hobbit Café are (or need be) die-hard Tolkien fans. But those who are will find this Houston dining institution particularly charming for its collection of Lord of the Rings paraphernal...

    Thursday, July 2, 2015

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