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Posts from March 2017

  • picnic stock photo
    March 29, 2017
    Miller Outdoor Theatre’s new season, which kicked off this month, got us thinking about picnics. Miller, after all, is a perfect place for one. Just pack some food, a blanket, and park yourself on the grassy hill facing the stage to enjoy a free performance. Or you can choose one of Houston’s many other green spaces for your al fresco meal. Wondering what to pack? Here are some local places that make picnicking a breeze no matter where you go to for your outing. Cheese,...
  • Tongue-Cut Sparrow Credit: Julie Soefer
    March 22, 2017
    Through a door in the back part of The Pastry War , Bobby Heugel’s downtown mezcaleria, a staircase leads up to Heugel and chef Peter Jahnke’s newest venture: a small and intimate cocktail bar inspired by their travels and focused on excellent service. Tongue-Cut Sparrow has 25 seats (eight of them at the bar), a menu of classic cocktails, wine and beer, and unique touches — from ice cold glassware to well-dressed servers — that aim to give guests a memorable...
  • Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Credit: Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
    March 7, 2017
    Rodeo season is here and, as always, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo brings with it an opportunity to indulge in deep-fried treats, sweet confections and foods on a stick. Whether you’re looking for the weirdest carnival food (last year we tried scorpion topped pizza) or your classic fair favorites (cotton candy, corn dogs and more), the rodeo food vendors have you covered. For a peek of what new foods you’ll find at this year’s show when it opens on March 7, keep...
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