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Fine Dining in Houston

Houston restaurateurs know that fine dining is not just about good food. It is about an unforgettable experience that includes a feast for all your senses with exquisite dishes, a unique ambiance, and outstanding service. Add a myriad of flavors from around the world H-City offers, and you´ll understand why Houston has become a new culinary capital and a paradise for all local and visiting gourmets and sybarites. Ready for your fine dining adventures in Houston? Let’s explore some restaurants in…

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Asian Restaurant Weeks in Houston

Indulge in Houston's Asian Cuisine Scene for a Good Cause Discover the diversity of Asian cuisine across Houston during the 5th annual AAPI Restaurant Weeks from May 1 to June 15, 2024. Patrons donate $25 or more to receive an ARW QR code that provides special items or menu discounts for all participating businesses from May 1 to June 15. The code is limited to one use per restaurant visit. Support each business as many times as you want! With each $25 donation, OCA-Greater Houston will purchase…

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Follow Your Fork to Black Restaurant Week

Discover Houston’s Black-Owned Restaurants Houston’s 9th Annual Black Restaurant Week is now underway (March 31 - April 14, 2024), showcasing Houston’s diversity of Black-owned restaurants and culinary businesses. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to explore the tastes of Houston in local restaurants serving African American, African, and Caribbean cuisine. All participating restaurants across Houston, Beaumont, and additional surrounding metro areas have specials on their menus and some…

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Where You Should Eat at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)

Whether you’re coming to visit, enjoying a long layover or wrapping up your say in H-Town, treat yourself to a true dining experience when at George Bush International Airport. While eating at the airport is likely not on most people’s to-do lists, some of Houston’s most notable restaurants and chefs have set up shop for the hungry traveler. Didn’t have a chance to experience a margarita at Cadillac Bar or try the delicious Vietnamese-Cajun fusion food Houston is known for? Fear not! It’s all…

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Houston Restaurants and Chefs Earn Praise in Texas Monthly’s March 2020 Issue

Houston’s culinary scene continues to get exciting new culinary additions, and Texas Monthly takes notice in its March 2020 issue. Three Houston restaurants made the publication’s list of Best New Restaurants in Texas for 2020 and Indigo chef Jonny Rhodes got accolades in a profile that asks whether he is the country’s most subversive chef. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Squable (@squabletime) on May 2, 2019 at 1:11pm PDT Squable, the venture of Bobby Heugel…

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James Beard Awards Announce a Houston Finalist

The nominees are out for the prestigious James Beard Foundation Awards, and a Montrose-area watering hole is in the running. Bobby Heugel's Anvil Bar and Refuge was nominated for “Outstanding Bar Program” and is the last of 12 Houston concepts left standing after the semifinals round. It will compete with five other bars across the country for the award. The competition: Bar Agricole - San Francisco, CA Clyde Common - Portland, OR Cure - New Orleans, LA Kimball House - Decatur, GA Trick Dog -…

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10 Houston Chefs & Restaurants Named Among The 2017 James Beard Awards Semifinalists

The James Beard Foundation today announced the semifinalists for its 2017 Restaurant and Chef Awards, and Houston showed up big with nine nominees across several categories. The prestigious awards recognize honor the top chefs, restaurants, wine professionals, journalists, cookbook authors, restaurant designers, and other food professionals in the United States. Six Houston chefs got the nod for the best chef Southwest award, which Oxheart’s Justin Yu brought back to Houston last year. Included…

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Ronnie Killen Talks About STQ, His New Houston Restaurant

Chef Ronnie Killen has earned heaps of praise over the years, attracting faithful fans to Pearland for a taste of his food at one of his three restaurants -- Killen’s Steakhouse, Killen’s Burgers and Killen’s Barbecue. Now those who live in Houston can have a little taste of his food closer to town at STQ, his fourth restaurant and the first inside Houston city lines. STQ opened in early December in a space along Voss Road that formerly housed Bramble. For Killen, STQ is an opportunity to cook…

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7 Menus To Try During Houston Restaurant Weeks

Photo: Ribeye meatballs at Weights + Measures Have you made reservations for Houston Restaurant Weeks yet? The fundraiser for the Houston Food Bank kicks off August 1 and already diners are narrowing down their choices from the close to 200 participating restaurants. Now in its 14th year, the event is popular because it allows diners to get a taste of Houston’s best restaurants for a little less money and for a good cause. You pay $20 for lunch or brunch and $25, $35 or $45 for dinner at…

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Conservatory: A New Way To Eat In Downtown

Walk into Conservatory Beer Garden & Food Hall in downtown Houston during weekday lunch and you’ll find a little bit of everything. Families with kids slurping noodles from their ramen bowls, groups drinking pints of beer, office workers in for a plate of Texas barbecue, a casual lunch date enjoying crepes. The new underground food hall opened the second week of April, bringing even more dining options to a growing downtown dining scene. Located in a basement next door to Prohibition Supperclub…

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