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Posts from June 2017

  • Eight Row Flint Margarita Credit: Eight Row Flint
    June 29, 2017
    Have plans for Fourth of July weekend yet? For those of you still looking for something to do on America’s birthday or just not into cooking and grilling this weekend, check out these fun food and drink happenings around Houston. There’s plenty to taste and drink. Happy Fourth! And for ideas on way to celebrate, click here . Red, White & Boom At Levy Park Head over to Levy Park to get a taste of Fort Worth chef and TV personality Tim Love’s cuisine this weekend. The...
  • Dolce Neve Gelato Credit: Dolce Neve Gelato
    June 23, 2017
    Summer is officially here and with the rapidly rising temperatures in Houston, what better way to cool off than with a scoop of ice cream or a refreshing ice pop? We’ve rounded up some of Houston’s top spots for frozen treats, including several newcomers that have set up shop in town within the past year. Read on to find out where to calm your cravings for something cool and sweet. Dolce Neve Gelato This Austin import founded by siblings Marco and Francesca Silvestrini, and her...
  • Ramen Tatsu-Ya Credit: Ramen Tatsu-Ya Facebook Page
    June 12, 2017
    Summer is just getting started, which means that we’re still in for much hotter days in Houston. When it comes to food, grilled meats and salads make great dishes for the rising temps but there are also plenty of cold dishes that are perfect to combat the summer heat. Here we’ve rounded up five refreshing bites and drinks served around Houston that’ll hit the spot and help you cool off on hot summer days. Chilled noodles The Houston outpost of Austin’s popular noodle...
  • June 7, 2017
    When Brock Wagner opened Saint Arnold Brewing Company in 1994 there were no microbreweries in the city and craft beer was virtually unknown to most locals. But years of putting out good beer, building community, and educating customers paid off as Saint Arnold, Texas’s oldest craft brewery, steadily grew into the Houston institution that it is today. The brewery, which moved to its current location on the edge of downtown in 2010, draws thousands of locals and visitors each week to tour...
  • June 2, 2017
    Food and wine aficionados rejoice! Starting June 5, The Woodlands becomes food and wine central as it hosts Wine & Food Week — a weeklong extravaganza where more than 10,000 visitors convene to enjoy tastes of local food and wines from around the world. Now in its 13th year, the festival brings together local chefs, food and wine lovers in a wide range of events through June 11. From a soiree of bold wines, craft beer, cigars and poker for the guys to exclusive wine tastings for the...
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