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Houston’s Best Options For Dining With a Crowd

10 of the best spots for group hangouts The holiday season lends itself to large family gatherings, group dinners, and even belated Friendsgivings. For those unlucky chumps who got left configuring the details for the whole gang, noShow More Summary

A Former Houston Press Food Critic Is Opening a Singaporean Restaurant

SING is headed to the 34th & Ella development in Oak Forest Cuc Lam, former Houston Press restaurant reporter and critic, is heading into the kitchen for her next gig. Lam and Houston restaurateur Jerry Lasco just announced that they will open a Singaporean restaurant, the Houston Chronicle reports. Show More Summary

The Best Houston Restaurants for Vegans

15 spots for delicious plant-based dining It’s a good time to be a vegan. Trying to eat out for meatless, dairy-free food in the past might’ve meant a sad order of limp carrots on a bed of dry lettuce. Not anymore. From mushroom meatballs to chocolate not-milk shakes to salad bar extravaganzas, this list proves that in Houston, it’s easy being green.

Jus’ Mac and Biskit Junkie Unite Comfort Foods Under One Roof

It’ll be a one-stop shop for waffles, biscuit sandwiches, and mac n’ cheese after the merger The breakfast eatery Biskit Junkie and mac n’ cheese joint Jus’ Mac will merge the best of both their worlds under one roof next month. Biskit...Show More Summary

Houston Is Getting a Board Game Cafe Stocked with 500 Games

Tea + Victory is opening in early 2018 Construction is underway at Tea + Victory, which bills itself as “Houston’s first board game cafe.” They’re not kidding around about board games: there will be a library of 500 games to choose from when Tea + Victory opens in early 2018. Show More Summary

Everything You Need To Know About Eating at Houston’s Day For Night Festival

Tacos, fried chicken, kimchi fries, and so much more await On Friday, the critically-acclaimed Day For Night music and arts festival will kick off at Post HTX, and thousands of music-lovers from Houston and beyond will pour into the venue to hear performances from St. Show More Summary

Houston Rapper Bun B Could Be The World’s Next Food Star

The former UGK rap star’s cooking videos are going viral Emcee Bun B, Houston native and one half of the legendary rap duo UGK, knows his way around the city's food scene — just check the list of his favorite Houston restaurants he shared with Eater last year. Show More Summary

Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café Plots Two More Houston-Area Locations

Its a rapid springtime expansion for the fledgling chain In a rapid expansion, Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café has announced it will open two new Houston-area locations in Katy and The Woodlands in spring 2018, with a third slated for College Station. Sweet Paris already operates three locations in Rice Village, CityCentre, and Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico. Show More Summary

Where To Dine on Christmas Eve & Day In Houston

From casual cafes to chic restaurants, this map has a holiday destination for everyone ‘Tis the season for Christmas music blaring in every store, and restaurants decked with twinkle lights, garland, and glitz. If your calendar is jam-packed...Show More Summary

Hong Kong’s Favorite Street Food Sweet Arrives In Houston

Bubble Egg brings the bubble waffle to Space City A popular street food from Hong Kong has finally made its way to Houston, thanks to the arrival of Bubble Egg, Space City’s first destination for egg waffles. The shop quietly arrived...Show More Summary

Swanky Mastro’s Steakhouse Opens Its Doors at the Post Oak

Its the first restaurant to open in the upscale Uptown development Mastro’s, the upscale steakhouse chain from Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta, is now open at the Post Oak. The restaurant magnate and reality TV star debuted the restaurant at 1600 Post Oak on Friday, and it is all kinds of fancy. Show More Summary

Viking-Inspired Restaurant Ship & Shield Couldn’t Weather Hurricane Harvey

The restaurant wasn’t open a year before the storm hit After a little more than a year of serving up Viking-inspired fare, Ship & Shield has officially closed its doors. The restaurant announced its closure on Facebook on Friday, blaming a “lack of revenue” caused by Hurricane Harvey for the shutter. Show More Summary

Peek at the Menu for Emmaline, Opening Today in Montrose

Restaurateur Sam Governale’s bright and airy new eatery has arrived Restaurateur Sam Governale is officially ready to debut his bright new eatery Emmaline in the space formerly known as Teala’s. The European-influenced American restaurant will open its doors at 3210 West Dallas today, announces a press release. Show More Summary

Cane Rosso’s Angel Trees Help Foster Dogs In Need During the Holidays

The restaurant’s nonprofit Cane Rosso Rescue is trying something new in Houston This holiday season, both Houston-area Cane Rosso locations will be home to a canine version of the “angel tree” as a fundraiser for the restaurant’s nonprofit...Show More Summary

Where To Warm Up With Houston’s Best Bowls of Soup

Brave the chill and be rewarded with hot, comforting soup A chill has fallen over Houston, bringing with it a tiny sprinkling of snow. As exciting as those white flakes may be, the truly wonderful thing about chilly weather is the opportunity...Show More Summary

Hankook Kwan Could Be Houston’s Best New Korean Restaurant

The recently-revamped eatery is already serving killer Korean barbecue Hankook Kwan, a recently-revamped Korean barbecue restaurant, will make its grand debut this weekend in Chinatown. Tucked inside the Welcome Shopping Center at Ranchester and Bellaire, the restaurant takes over the space formerly occupied by Bodard Restaurant. Show More Summary

Conservatory Owners Plot New Food Hall for Upscale Downtown High Rise

Bravery Food Hall will debut five upscale restaurant concepts next summer Next summer, Bravery Food Hall will bring five talented Houston chefs to a single space on the ground floor of the swanky Aris Market Square high rise in Downtown...Show More Summary

LePeep Debuts In New Westheimer Home With Plenty of Mimosas

The Houston breakfast institution is back After 30 years of slinging breakfast in their Galleria location, LePeep has officially opened the doors to its new home on Westheimer. It wasn’t a big move — just a third of a mile down the road...Show More Summary

Bosscat Kitchen Will Preview Its New Restaurant at Lights in the Heights Pop-Up

BCK: Kitchen & Cocktail Adventures will formally debut in January BCK: Kitchen & Cocktail Adventures, the new concept from the people behind the immensely popular Bosscat Kitchen & Libations, is giving diners a sneak peek into its new...Show More Summary

Houston’s Newest Bar Has Its Very Own Miniature Golf Course

Oakmont brings a beer garden and German fare to a massive space near Downtown Oakmont, Houston’s newest spot for a beer and round of miniature golf, has officially kicked open its doors near Downtown Houston. The three-story bar andShow More Summary

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