Category: Restaurants

Neighborhoods Crash Course: Uptown & Galleria

As if one downtown weren’t enough, Houston has two of them. Downtown is literally and figuratively the center of it all. Executives love the glamorous high rises, sky walks, and cool tunnels. But Downtown lacks some essentials necessary for year-round residence. Uptown, on the other hand, has it all. If anything, Houston’s glamorous Uptown neighborhood […]

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Eat Up

Friday is upon us! At long last! The weekend is almost here, which also means that you have just two more days to jump in on Houston Restaurant Week.  I know, it’s not fair. They keep brandishing us for being the “fattest city in Texas” but then they have events like “Houston Restaurant Week” but […]

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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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Neighborhood Crash Course: Montrose

Those who have never been to Houston think smog, traffic, and humidity when they imagine our beloved city. Well, they’re not entirely off point. But many people also assume that Houston is not a diverse city, that it’s a homogeneous place where everyone looks, thinks, and does that same things as everyone else. Nothing could […]

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Cadillac Bar = Ultimate Brunch

If you have not yet been to Cadillac Bar, you are seriously missing out. And that’s just all there is to it. Cadillac Bar is just one of many Tex-Mex stops in Houston. Of course, they all claim to have the ultimate in authentic cuisine. And who’s to say which one should get the prize? […]

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RA Sushi + Bronx Bar

It’s Friday night in Houston, folks! I hope everyone has fun plans for the evening, plans to get out in this beautiful city and have some fun on a hot summer night. If you’re all dressed up with no place to go, here are a few hints: RA Sushi (Westheimer)3908 Westheimer Rd (Highland Village) Houston, […]

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The Black Lab

How far do you think you need to travel for some killer fish and chips? Or a rare beer. Or a cozy, authentic pub atmosphere. London? A British fishing village? New England, at least, right? Nope. You can literally transport yourself across the pond if you’re ready and willing to brave the Montrose traffic. You […]

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Neighborhood Crash Course: Rice University

Rice University is a very unique area of Houston. You can easily forget you’re in the nation’s 4th largest city as you cruise the streets of this ‘quaint’ neighborhood. Students bombard the crosswalks with books in hand, mom’s chauffeur their kids here and there. It’s a town within a town. The Rice district obviously revolves […]

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Kemah Boardwalk

Since the closing of Six Flags Astroworld several years ago, Houstonians have been making the trek out to the Kemah Boardwalk to satisfy their hunger for wild rides. Then in 2008, the unthinkable happened: Kemah was virtually destroyed by Hurricane Ike. But now, the cherished attractions at Kemah are back and better than ever. And […]

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