Food + Drink

Dining Out for Life: Eat Out and Fight AIDS

This year, AIDS Foundation Houston has set Thursday, April 27, as the date to dine out at some of your…

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The Ivy & James: New Bellaire Bistro to Open in May

Jamie Zelko, her wife, Dalia “Ivy,” and longtime friend Edgardo de la Garza will be opening an innovative garden bistro…

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Beyond Prime Rib: Brunch at Laurenzo’s

If “Laurenzo’s” only brings to mind unctuous prime rib or slow-simmered Sunday gravy served over al dente pasta, recalibrate your…

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In Praise of Color in Cuisine: Celebrating Black Chefs in Houston

Here are just some of our stars—some transplants, some homegrown, all outstanding chefs.

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Cuisine with a Cause: Galveston Restaurant Week Brings Attention and Awareness

The sixth annual Galveston Restaurant Week kicks off on January 7 and continues for two weeks, so come aboard for…

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A Locally Curated Thanksgiving: Takeout That’s Heartfelt

If the idea of cooking an entire Thanksgiving dinner makes you break out in a cold sweat, hives, or both,…

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PROST!: Celebrating Oktoberfest in Houston

If you don’t have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, you certainly don’t have to be German—or even…

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Cinema and Cui-scene: Get a Taste of Houston’s Dine-In Theaters

Gone are the days when hungry moviegoers had to satiate their appetites with over-salted popcorn and jujubes.

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Can He Beat Bobby Flay? Kevin Naderi is on Food Network This Week

We can tell you Kevin Naderi, chef/owner of Roost, will appear Thursday at 9 p.m. on the Food Network’s Beat…

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A Whiskey by Any Other Name Is Not from Houston: Yellow Rose Distilling

Started in 2010 by neighbors Ryan Baird and Troy Smith, Yellow Rose is the first (legal) whiskey distillery based in…

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