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  • The Stag’s Head closes today

    All of the barstools were taken and the patio was packed during happy hour at the Stag’s Head yesterday evening. Different than a typical evening over the years, a few customers were purchasing neon beer signs and...

    Saturday, April 25, 2015
  • H Texas Mag
    Houston Chronicle: Cooks Tour
    Houston Chronicle: Restaurants and Bars
    Houston Press: Eating Our Words
  • Houston Chef David Guerrero Faces Major Brain Surgery Again

    Last night, Chef David Guerrero of Andes Cafe sent out a note to several members of the Houston food media community letting them know that his brain tumor that he thought was under control has...

    Friday, April 24, 2015
  • My Table magazine
    Almost Veggie Houston
  • C’Viche

    The right side of the menu at C’Viche is really cheap. I actually cannot believe how cheap this restaurant is. Rich and poor people can dine here without one single problem. Rich people order from the left and poor people order from the righ...

    Saturday, April 11, 2015
  • b4 U Eat
    Devour Houston
  • J. Black’s

    If I started out a post with “Ugh,” would you keep reading?  You guessed it, J. Black’s was that dismal. We first drove into the parking lot (which was 3/4 empty at 12:30 on a Sunday).  The Valet Parking guys ran up to us, requir...

    Monday, April 29, 2013
  • 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
  • Duck Larb and Other Isan Delights

    Hot and spicy Isan Thai food is brimming with fish sauce, bird chiles and fresh herbs–with none of the comforting coconut milk found in Southern Thai cuisine. Sour sausage with raw cabbage, peanuts and bird chiles may not sound like a typica...

    Friday, April 24, 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
  • Lone Star Culinary/ Flores Spice Co.

    Living inside the Loop in Houston can automatically double the cost of certain commodities that normally don’t go for such exorbitant prices. Such as with turmeric. The last time I bought turmeric, I picked up a good quarter pound bulk bag a...

    Thursday, August 22, 2013
  • Urban Swank
  • Quick Byte: Favoloso Fellini

    My first year in our fair metropolis I remember hearing some misguided parochial soul compare Houston to Rome in terms of beauty and culture. H-town, I love thee, but there are few things about this city that remind of Italy. One of them, however,...

    Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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