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Luv Me Tenders’ Brick And Mortar Shutters

No need to panic - the food truck lives on Last July, the Luv Me Tenders food truck team set up a more permanent chicken hub in the Treadsack Test Kitchen at Crosstimbers and Yale. Unfortunately, less than a year later, their chicken...Show More Summary

Even More Poké Is En Route To Houston

California’s Poké Bar will soon set up shop in Space City Considering the last few months of restaurant openings in Houston, one thing is clear: 2017 is going to be the year of poké in Space City. With PokéWorks, North Shore Poke. Co,...Show More Summary

Snooze Will Soon Seriously Step Up Katy's Brunch Game

Giving locals a reason to get up in the morning Some days, it’s just hard to get out of bed without the smell of coffee and bacon to pull you out from under the covers. Snooze, “an A.M. Eatery,” is coming to Katy to help cure those morning blues. Announced via release, Snooze will be opening a Katy location LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch. Show More Summary

Go Nuts With Your Bros at Balls Out Burger, Coming Soon To The Heights

The bar from a new restaurateur brings even more beers + burger to H-Town He may be new to Houston’s restaurant scene, but Irishman Ian Tucker will soon bring a ballsy new “burger and beer joint” to the city in the coming weeks. Announced...Show More Summary

Houston Japanese Favorite Izakaya Will Soon Debut A Delicious New Ramen Menu

Korean and Mexican-inspired bowls are in the works Already known for its killer take on Japanese fare, Izakaya is officially throwing its hat into the ring of Houston’s burgeoning ramen scene with a brand new menu. Announced via release,...Show More Summary

Two Houston Kids Will Compete For The Title Of MasterChef Junior

These youths can cook way, way better than you Two weeks ago, the return of FOX’s MasterChef brought tons of pint-sized chefs that can cook way, way better than most adults back to the airwaves. Considering Houston’s culinary chops,Show More Summary

The Opening Of The First Houston-Area Carlo’s Bakery Apparently Did Not Go Well

Long lines and lots of disorganization made for unhappy pastry fans Since learning that the New Jersey-based sweet shop made famous by TV’s Cake Boss was en route to Houston, local pastry enthusiasts patiently waited for their first taste of Carlo’s Bakery. Show More Summary

Plumbing Woes Halt Ramen Tatsu-Ya’s Soft Opening

No word yet on whether the planned grand opening on Monday will go forward Today, the noodle whizzes at Ramen Tatsu-Ya should have been preparing for the restaurant’s official grand opening on Monday. Instead, problems with the building...Show More Summary

Sushi Burritos Will Soon Invade Houston

U-Maki will bring the first restaurant focused on the raw fish dish to Space City If the onslaught of the poké trend in Houston wasn’t enough to satisfy the city’s demands for raw fish dishes, a new restaurant will bring yet another trendy iteration of sushi to Space City. Show More Summary

Houston Restaurants Will Raise Money For The ACLU In Support Of Their Immigrant Employees

Dining For Democracy is sort of like an upstart Restaurant Week On the same day that restaurant employees across Houston striked to protest President Trump’s immigration policies, a collection of Houston restaurants have announced that...Show More Summary

Torchy’s Closes Up Shop After Employees Join ‘A Day Without Immigrants’ Strike

The Heights taco shop was too understaffed to stay open Today, restaurants across the country have closed their doors as part of “A Day Without Immigrants,” where immigrant employees in all industries are striking in protest of President Trump’s anti-immigrant policies. Show More Summary

Austin Eateries Are Staging A Takeover Of Houston’s Restaurant Scene

It’s almost impossible to keep track of all the exports Over the past couple of months, it’s been difficult to tell exactly which city Eater Houston is keeping tabs on, thanks to the massive influx of restaurants from cities across the country, including New York City, Philadelphia, and even Japan. Show More Summary

Austin’s Ramen Tatsu-Ya Will Start Slinging Noodles In Houston On February 20

Get ready to slurp After a lot of rumors and plenty of mystery surrounding its arrival, much-lauded Austin ramen shop Ramen Tatsu-Ya is finally ready to open its doors in Houston. A spokesperson for Ramen Tatsu-Ya tells Eater that the...Show More Summary

It’s Official: Austin Chef Paul Qui Is Opening A Restaurant In Houston

Aqui will serve up wood-grilled meats on Westheimer Earlier this week, a post from Paul Qui on Instagram started a gossip storm in the Houston restaurant world. Qui mysteriously ‘grammed a rendering of a space at 520 Westheimer, andShow More Summary

Step Inside Field & Tides, The Heights’ Chic And Cozy New Spot For Classy Comfort Food

Wild game & seafood meet at Chef Travis Lenig’s new eatery Former Liberty Kitchen chef Travis Lenig’s culinary dreams have officially come true at Field & Tides, the Heights hottest new spot for enjoying the bounty of the land and the sea. Patrons who frequented the building’s prior tenant, Zelko Bistro, will find a fresh new spin on the space. Show More Summary

Anvil Bar & Refuge And Mala Sichuan Bistro’s Jianyun Ye Are 2017 James Beard Award Semifinalists

Nine Houstonians are up for the awards Coming off last year’s big win in the Best Chef — Southwest category, Houston will look to repeat the magic at the 2017 James Beard Awards, where nine Houston-area establishments, chefs, and culinary...Show More Summary

Brooks Place BBQ Owner Chases, Holds Robbery Suspects At Gunpoint

Plus, more Houston restaurant news — He’s made his position on guns abundantly clear, but Brooks Place BBQ owner Trent Brooks served up a little real-life vigilante justice when he saw a robbery in progress at a hardware store near his Barbecue trailer. Show More Summary

This Weekend, You Can Try Dolce Neve’s Gelato Before Its Official Debut

This one-time preview is sure to sweeten your Sunday Dolce Neve’s new Houston outpost is still in the works, but Houstonians will only have to wait a few more days to get a taste of the sweet shop’s delicious frozen wares. AnnouncedShow More Summary

5 Shocking Revelations About the Downfall of Foreign Correspondents and Canard

“Ballsacks” and Darth Vader sweaters are somehow both involved Just when it looks like the dramatic saga behind the chaos at Treadsack Restaurants, the ownership group behind Bernadine’s, Hunky Dory Tavern, Johnny’s Gold Brick, DownShow More Summary

Check Out The Menu For Chobani Café Before The Greek Yogurt Focused Eatery Arrives

The yogurt-focused café hits The Woodlands February 28 A restaurant that focuses entirely on yogurt-based dishes might seem like a bit of a stretch, but that’s exactly what will make its debut inside a suburban WalMart in late February. A...Show More Summary

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