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Where to Find Houston’s Finest Pies

Here are 14 options for satisfying a sweet tooth Pie is a powerful dish, especially in Texas. Here, bakers can pluck pecans straight from the tree or berries from the bush and whip up a round of something sweet in a few hours flat. Fruit and nut varieties abound in Houston, but cream and chocolate options are in no short supply. Show More Summary

Fig & Olive Is Opening This Weekend at the Galleria [Updated]

The menu is upscale Mediterranean Popular Mediterranean eatery Fig & Olive’s Galleria chain is getting ready to open its door very soon. The chain, which focuses on Italian, Spanish and French coastal flavors, is already in New York, California, Washington, D.C. Show More Summary

Jinya Ramen Bar’s Houston Expansion Continues, With a New Location Headed to The Heights

It’s joining Hopdoddy at the Heights Waterworks project Noodles are on their way to The Heights. Jinya Ramen is moving into Braun Enterprise’s Heights Waterworks project, Houston Culturemap reports, the same development that will soon be home to Hopdoddy, Common Bond, and Ripe Cuisine. Show More Summary

Local Table Will Open in Lakeland Village Center This Fall

It’s from the family that opened Houston institution Hungry's A restaurant serving salads, gyros, fajitas, and more made with ingredients from local farms will open this fall in Lakeland Village Center. Local Table will be located at...Show More Summary

Fruity Pebble Churros Are a Thing Now in Houston

Red Circle Ice Cream is putting their churros on a stick and covering them with cereal Breakfast cereals marketed to kids are infiltrating every corner of the dining sphere lately, from Fruity Pebble french toast to Cap’n Crunch cocktails,...Show More Summary

Where To Eat Houston’s Finest Crawfish

Sucking the heads, while recommended, is entirely optional Crawdads, freshwater lobsters, mudbugs -- whatever you call them, the finger lickin’ goodness of freshly-boiled crawfish is undeniably a Houston staple in the Spring. The season...Show More Summary

Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café Will Open in Highland Village 

Coming late summer Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café founders Allison and Ivan Chavez are opening a fifth location of their crepe cafe this summer, this time in Highland Village. Located at 2701 Drexel Drive, this new location promises toShow More Summary

Shipley Do-Nuts Owner Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Sexual Harassment and Racial Slurs

The suit seeks $1 million in damages Lawrence Shipley III, the owner of the Shipley Do-Nuts chain, faces a lawsuit from three former employees who allege that he groped them and used racial slurs. The Houston Chronicle reported on the...Show More Summary

Vibrant Is Bringing Beautiful Smoothie Bowls to Montrose

The restaurant will open this spring, with a savory and sweet menu from a popular healthy living Instagrammer Colorful, very Instagrammable healthful dishes are headed to Montrose. New restaurant Vibrant will open this spring in theShow More Summary

Underbelly Announces Its Final Day Before Reconfiguring in a New Space

Its current spot will make way for steakhouse Georgia James March 31 will be the last day for Underbelly as Houston knows it. The much-beloved restaurant from acclaimed Chef Chris Shepherd will morph into a new eatery in the former Poscol...Show More Summary

An Ax-Throwing Bar Has Houston in its Sights

Start putting together an Urban Axes league team now Seems like axe throwing bars are to 2018 what cat cafes were to 2014. The ax hurling trend is making its way to Houston and national chain Urban Axes wants in. The company is on the hunt for 10,000-square-feet in the Loop, according to the Houston Business Journal. Show More Summary

Irish Bar The Harp Will Reopen in Time for St. Patrick’s Day

The longtime Montrose bar will be under new management Save the eulogies for The Harp on Richmond Avenue. The popular watering hole in Montrose closed yesterday with a big blowout after serving Harp lager for 19 years. But now ownerShow More Summary

Former Motorcycle Racer Brings Roman Pizza to West University

He fell in love with the pizza after living in Italy Pizza Motus is bringing light and crispy Roman-style pizzas to West University this summer, thanks to a professional motorcycle racer from Texas who lived much of his life in Italy. “Motus” means movement in Latin, and sticking true to its name, the fast-casual eatery at 6119 Edloe St. Show More Summary

Tout Suite Memorial Is Closing on March 1

The owners explained why they’re shutting down the mall location Coffee shop and restaurant Toute Suite is closing its Tout Suite Memorial location in Memorial City Mall, effective March 1. The owners announced the news on Facebook, writing that all the employees will be integrated into its Sweet bakery or main Toute Suite location downtown. Show More Summary

Every Houston Restaurant Visited By David Chang on ‘Ugly Delicious’

After binge-watching, here’s where to eat When David Chang’s new food series Ugly Delicious made its Netflix debut, it was somewhat unsurprising that Houston played a prominent role. The city is featured extensively in episode four,Show More Summary

13 Excellent Houston Sushi Restaurants

Clutch City's best raw fish In many ways, sushi bars have become the ultimate dining experience in Houston. The past few years has seen the city’s raw fish ranks rise with a swell of incredible sushi spots and a wave of talented, up-and-coming...Show More Summary

Chris Shepherd’s New Steakhouse Will Arrive In July

Georgia James will soon take over Underbelly’s space Earlier this year, Chef Chris Shepherd announced that he would be transforming his much-lauded Montrose restaurant Underbelly into a steakhouse called Georgia James. Now, we’ve got...Show More Summary

Nikkei Cuisine Heads to Houston In a Major Way

An iconic eatery and a familiar local face will bring the Japanese-Peruvian fusion to Space City In the coming months, Nikkei cuisine, a fusion of Peruvian and Japanese flavors, will make a push into Houston in a big way. This summer, Andes Cafe chef David Guerrero will open Nuna Nikkei Bar at the forthcoming Bravery Chef Hall. Show More Summary

Houston Chefs Raise More Than $30,000 for Women’s Health Organizations

I’ll Have What She’s Having will continue raising awareness and money for uninsured women Over the past year, a consortium of Houston’s finest chefs called I’ll Have What She’s Having has raised more than $30,000 to benefit women’s health...Show More Summary

Instagram-Worthy Blossoming Hot Chocolate Arrives in Houston

It’s topped with flower-shaped marshmallows that actually bloom Because there aren’t enough viral food trends in this city, Midtown’s Cafe Poetes has plans to bring a hot cocoa to its menu that features blooming flower marshmallows. The...Show More Summary

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