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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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Conversations at the Chef’s Table 2021

I do not consider myself a foodie or an influencer, but I do pride myself as an explorer. Even as a native Houstonian, it is hard to keep up with the hottest and freshest places sprouting up in the different pockets of Houston neighborhoods. With all the stars aligned, exploring Houston’s food scene has allowed me to indulge in the chef’s table and have conversations with five innovative culinary geniuses who I respect for being tastemakers in the Houston culinary circle. Courtesy of Blood…

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A Perfect Day of Eating: 24 Hours in Uptown

Eat, Drink and Explore! The Uptown area anchored by Post Oak Boulevard, is not only known for its shopping, it’s also known for its endless dining options. From casual to upscale dining, there’s a restaurant for everyone. Here are our recommendations for you to try the next time you’re in the area. BREAKFAST View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Annie Café & Bar (@theanniehouston) A great day of shopping starts with a great cup…

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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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A Perfect Day of Eating: Museum District

There’s plenty to do in Houston, but one area of town that keeps you busy for the entire day is the Museum District. The Museum District boasts nineteen institutions and 11 of those institutions are free to visit. Spend your day museum hopping at The Children’s Museum of Houston, Holocaust Museum Houston, Houston Zoo, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, Houston Museum of Natural Science or Rothko Chapel. As you spend the day learning, interacting and playing at each…

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Reserve It: New Year’s Eve Dinner

It’s almost time to ring in the new year! If you’re still wondering how you’ll celebrate, don’t fret. Many of Houston’s top restaurants offer New Year’s Eve dinners with multiple courses and champagne toasts. This guide will help you choose among the splendid New Year’s Eve dinner offerings in H-Town. Hurry and reserve now. View this post on Instagram A post shared by MAD Houston (@mad.houston) on Dec 4, 2019 at 10:46am PST MAD This trendy…

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Thanksgiving Meals at Houston Hotels

Houston’s downtown and uptown hotels are ready for the holidays. From Thanksgiving buffets to Thanksgiving brunches and even complete Thanksgiving meals to go, they have you covered. So whether you’re in town visiting or simply don’t want the stress hosting and preparing a Thanksgiving feast, this guide will help you choose a place to kick back and celebrate the holiday with very little effort. View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Post…

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A Thanksgiving Recipe by Chef Chris Cosentino

Chef Chris Cosentino knows a thing or two about family, food and tradition – the three main ingredients in virtually every annual Thanksgiving celebration across America. His Italian heritage is the impetus behind his latest restaurant, Rosalie Italian Soul, which opened in October inside the C. Baldwin Hotel in Downtown Houston. Named after his great grandmother, Rosalie Cosentino, the restaurant offers classic Italian dishes such as housemade pastas, red sauce dishes and signature pizzas…

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A Perfect Day of Eating: 24 Hours in Midtown

Just outside of downtown Houston, Midtown is home to young professionals and families, as well as a vibrant culinary and cultural scene. Its high concentration of restaurants, bars and coffee shops make it an ideal place to enjoy a day of eating, and because Midtown is one of Houston’s most walkable neighborhoods, it’s easy to explore its culinary offerings. Keep reading for our suggestions for one day of eating in Midtown. View this post on Instagram…

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