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  • Quaint Rosinka in the Village is another stop for interesting wine

    In tune with Jeremy Parzen’s recent article in Houstonia magazine bearing the subtitle “Houston has quietly become one of the world’s great wine cities,” there is tiny Rosinka, a storefront on Rice Boulevard not...

    Tuesday, October 28, 2014
  • H Texas Mag
    Houston Chronicle: Cooks Tour
    Houston Chronicle: Restaurants and Bars
    Houston Press: Eating Our Words
  • Polovina's at 4500 Washington Avenue is locked out

    We just received word that Polovina Italian Cafe has been locked out by its landlord, allegedly for non-payment of rent. A sign on the door posted on the door says new keys will be issued onc...

    Thursday, October 30, 2014
  • My Table magazine
    Almost Veggie Houston
  • Southpaw’s Organic Grill

    Southpaw’s Organic Grill has a tuna melt listed on the menu. Not only is the tuna melt listed on the menu, but it is also listed on none other than… the wall. The gigantic wall menu promises every customer that they will receive melt w...

    Sunday, October 26, 2014
  • 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
  • Chili de Las Comadres

    Sisters Maria and Sylvia Calderon cook side by side in their tiny eatery located on the banks of the Ramos river in Allende, Mexico under a towering tree. At their one-room, one-table restaurant, they only serve one dish–chile con carne&#821...

    Tuesday, October 21, 2014
  • 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
  • Of Baseball and Burgers (Etc.) at Revelry on Richmond

    Houston’s newest sports bar finds its home, as its name might suggests, on Richmond Avenue. But Revelry doesn’t want to be just your average watering hole for watching athletic events. With forty rotating local and select craft beers on tap plus a...

    Tuesday, October 28, 2014
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