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Posts from April 2019

  • Eight Row Flint Credit: Joshua Black Wilkins
    April 24, 2019
    Perhaps one of the most burgeoning areas in Houston is The Heights . Just northwest of Downtown Houston , this historic neighborhood dates back to the late 1800s. Though it’s only minutes from Downtown, via I-10, the area’s initial developers sought out The Heights as refuge from city life. Today, The Heights is filled endless shopping, eating and drinking opportunities, making it a charming area that is not to be missed. Large boulevards flanked by craftsman-style homes, walkable...
  • Burger Joint Credit: Burger Joint's Facebook Page
    April 20, 2019
    Got the munchies? Knowing where to go in Houston for satisfying snacks that will cure your insatiable appetite can always come in handy. Read on for nine places to visit when hunger strikes. Vinny’s View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lindsay Mays (@linds_amaysballs) on Nov 2, 2018 at 11:36am PDT You can never go wrong with a slice of pizza. At Vinny’s, the slices are extra large, the crusts are the perfect balance of crispy and fluffy, and the toppings are extra
  • Alfreda's Soul Food Credit: Alfreda's Website
    April 12, 2019
    The annual Black Restaurant Week highlights black-owned restaurants and culinary businesses in Houston to expose Houston residents and visitors to African American, African and Caribbean cuisine. Black Restaurant Week kicks off April 14th and runs through the 28th, and this year, there are prizes on the line for hungry diners who complete a Bingo card detailing their restaurant visits. Here is a complete list of participating restaurants and schedule of events for Black Restaurant Week. During
  • Seasons 52 Credit: Seasons 52
    April 9, 2019
    We’re happy to give you a few recommendations for where to celebrate this year’s early Easter and they all include a delicious brunch menu. Houston’s restaurants gear up for the festive occasion every year with pre-fixed menus and special hours. This year, we’re recommending 12 local hotspots you can count on if you don’t feel like cooking. Benjy’s 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. View this post on Instagram A post shared by benjy's restaurants (@benjys_houston)
  • April 3, 2019
    When visitors think of Houston cuisine, they might think Tex-Mex or even BBQ, which is fair. However, Houston cuisine is bursting at the seams with exciting options for all palettes, diets and cravings. The ever-evolving Houston food scene is evident in the amazing vegan and vegetarian options that can be found throughout the city, along with iconic restaurants now offering specific vegan or vegetarian menus. Below is our list of restaurants with great vegan or vegetarian options. GREEN SEED
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