Category: Date Night

What Is White Linen Night, Anyway?

White Linen Night. Streets are blocked off, local companies everywhere are holding events, and for some reason, everyone is dressed in all white. What does it mean, and why do we do it? A New Orleans Tradition White Linen Night originated from a centuries-old New Orleans tradition. While traversing the outdoors in the stifling heat [...]

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Most anticipated restaurant openings for fall 2016!

These are a few of the most anticipated restaurants opening through the end of the year 60 Pioneers: The owners of Southern Goods plan to open a restaurant with a menu inspired by Texas history and its culinary influences (French, Spanish, Mexico, German, Czech, Cajun/Creole). The location is the Heights, and October is the goal. [...]

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Five DON’T MISS Events this weekend in Houston!

On tap this week is a show presented by sexy gals,a film festival with notable premieres, a day that celebrates the city’s artsy prowess, a catastrophic vaudevillian musical and a cooking class so you don’t ruin high-end proteins. Dem Damn Dames presents “Party Like a Popstar” You absolutely have to love the titillating gals that [...]

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Love Art? Explore Houston’s Montrose Neighborhood

When you think of the Texas art scene, you might be thinking Austin or Denton. But you’d be surprised to know that Houston is actually a top contender as well – the Montrose district is one of the most vibrant in the state. For patrons of the arts, the neighborhood’s eclectic Bohemian style’s a great draw. [...]

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The New Happy Hour

Happy hour serves two functions in Houston: an excuse to socialize with friends and something to do while waiting for the traffic to clear out. There is definitely some comfort in visiting the same places over and over again. But sometimes, you want to try something new. Our favorite, CultureMap Houston, recently published an exciting [...]

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Walking Westheimer Might be Better than Walking Washington

Washington really took off in the last few years as the most popular nighttime destination in Houston. Some say the bloom is off the flower when it comes to the Washington scene and seek out smaller pockets of culture to enjoy after the sun goes down. One of these pockets is on Westheimer just west [...]

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What Not to Wear to the Rodeo

The Rodeo is just weeks away. And you may be panicking about what to wear. Maybe you’re new to Texas, and you don’t have much in the way of western attire. Maybe you want to break the mold this year. Or maybe you just don’t want Clinton and Stacey showing up at your office with [...]

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The Queen Vic – Houston’s Dressed-up Pub

I’ve been driving by The Queen Vic for a while and meaning to venture inside. The gilded sign and charming terrace seemed worth a visit. But when it came time to pick a restaurant on Friday nights, this pub-with-a-twist never came to mind because it’s tucked away on Richmond, past the chaos of the Kirby [...]

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Benjys on Washington

No, not the 80′s TV show about a scruffy, heroic dog. There’s nothing scruffy about this place. Benjy’s has been a major contender in the Houston food scene ever since the original location opened in the Village several years ago. Houston diners loved the modern yet warm interiors, unbeatable happy hour specials, and the top [...]

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Mark’s American Cuisine

If you’re searching for a unique dining experience, look no further. Mark’s American Cuisine offers one of the most memorable dining experiences of any restaurant in Houston. With a name like “Mark’s,” you might not expect the level of ambience and attention to detail you’ll see here. But Marks’ has earned its spot as one [...]

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