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Latin Restaurant Weeks in Houston

El Tour de Sabor! Latin Restaurant Weeks is here, Houston! From June 17-30, 2022 locals and visitors can take a culinary tour through Latin American countries like Argentina, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Mexico and more! Participating restaurants include food trucks and culinary businesses for a great selection of food items. Are you ready to dig into Latin American cuisine? Here’s our list of must-try restaurants. Be sure to ask for their LRW menu when ordering! View this post on…

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Asian Restaurant Month in H-Town

Discover the diversity of Asian cuisine across Houston during the 2nd Annual Asian Restaurant Month this May. Sign up for your FREE digital pass which allows guests to select restaurants and win swag by checking in. The more restaurants you visit, the more prizes - and incredible food - you can unlock. Here are just a few of the restaurants you won’t want to miss. Tiger Den | Bubble Egg | Dumpling Haus | Xin Chao | Aqua S View this post on Instagram…

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Follow Your Fork to Black Restaurant Week

Discover Houston’s Black-Owned Restaurants Houston’s 7th Annual Black Restaurant Week is now underway, showcasing Houston’s diversity of Black-owned restaurants and culinary businesses. So if you’re hungry, don’t miss out on the opportunity to try one – or several – of the 100 restaurants participating this year. Through April 10, local restaurants serving African American, African and Caribbean cuisine are participating in this event, which was founded in 2016 to support Black chefs in…

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Houston Barbecue Reflects The City’s Diversity

Houston’s barbecue scene has been booming in recent years, with barbecue joints of all stripes – mom-and-pop shops, chef-driven restaurants, and trucks – serving up tasty smoked meats to the delight of barbecue fans. Houston barbecue is further enriched by its deep cultural influences. From Cajun to Korean and Mexican, Houston’s diversity can be seen in its ‘cue. Here's a quick glance, and scroll down to read more: Gatlin's BBQ | Ray’s BBQ Shack | Southern Q | Blood Bros BBQ | Tejas Chocolate…

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Emmy-Winning Digital Companion Series “Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen” Returns Thursday, March 10

Houston, we have “Top Chef!” Bravo’s “Top Chef,” will call Houston, the nation’s fourth-largest city, home for season 19, launching with a supersized premiere on Thursday, March 3 from 8:00 – 9:15 pm ET/PT . The Emmy and James Beard Award-Winning series, produced by Magical Elves, returns with host Padma Lakshmi, head judge Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons. Expect the unexpected as 15 talented chefs from across the country vie for the coveted title bringing their unique skillsets, variety of…

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The Best Kolaches in Houston

Who doesn’t love a fresh-baked, warm, straight-from-the-oven kolache on a brisk winter morning? You can taste it, can’t you? Well get ready to head over to some of Houston’s top kolache shops to see what all the fuss is about. Koala Kolaches Serving up fresh, authentic Czech fruit kolaches, Koala Kolaches in Cypress does kolaches the way most people outside of Texas think of them. While you're there, you might as well try one of their homemade cinnamon rolls, even offered gluten free. Koala…

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Cultural Festivals with Amazing Food

One of the best things about Houston is the rich and diverse cultures represented across the city. Houston is truly a city for everyone! In true Texas style we celebrate everyone and everything in a big way, including how we celebrate different cultures. There are plenty of heritage festivals throughout the year that give insight into other cultural traditions, music, crafts and, of course, food! Note: Please be sure to check the exact dates for each festival as they are often subject to change…

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Where to Eat (and Drink) During Houston Pride

June, also known as Pride Month, is here. Although this year’s official Houston pride celebration Pride Houston Kick-Off + Theme Reveal Party has been postponed to July 25th due to COVID-19 restrictions, the LGBTQ community can still celebrate throughout the month. Here’s our list of places to eat and drink during pride month. Courtesy of @pearlbarhouston on Instagram PEARL BAR Let the countdown begin! The official Houston Pride Houston Kick-Off + Theme Reveal Party has been rescheduled until…

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A Perfect Foodie Day: Upper Kirby & River Oaks

The River Oaks/Upper Kirby area is one of the hippest trips in America. The neighborhood boasts beautiful homes, posh boutiques and even fabulous nightclubs. You could entertain yourself for hours on end without ever leaving the zip code. With hours of fun and amusement on deck, you’re going to need to replenish that energy throughout the day. Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Loosen your belt buckle for a grand culinary experience you won’t soon forget. Courtesy of @barnabyscafe on…

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Black Restaurant Weeks: Historic Houston Restaurants

When Jessie Hearn told Percy “Frenchy” Creuzot Jr. in 1969 that his fledgling po’ boy business might fare better as a fried chicken restaurant, Creuzot Jr. put up a fight. Fried chicken wasn’t his dream; he wanted to bring Creole cuisine to the masses. But, after seeing the steady stream of cars that pulled into the Church’s Chicken lot a few blocks down the street, Creuzot Jr. used an old recipe and put a New Orleans version of fried chicken on the menu. Similarly, when he noticed that other…

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