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Nancy’s Hustle is Bringing French Cuisine to EaDo Before the End of the Month

The neighborhood restaurant will have a robust cider and wine menu After announcing earlier this year they were bringing a hot new eatery to EaDo, locals Sean Jensen and chef Jason Vaughan promise the doors to Nancy’s Hustle will beShow More Summary

Cleburne Cafeteria Reopens Today: It’s Back in Business After Devastating Fire

It’s no longer cash only, too The restaurant that bills itself as "Houston's oldest and best cafeteria” is back in business. Cleburne Cafeteria was just about to celebrate its 75th anniversary when a fire completely destroyed the building last August. Show More Summary

Skeeter’s Mesquite Grill Is Down a Location

The Woodlands location is closing Skeeter's Mesquite Grill, one of Houston's favorite local chain restaurants, is down a location. The family-owned business is closing its Woodlands location at 4747 Research Forest Drive this week, according to the Houston Chronicle. Show More Summary

The Owner of Frenchy's Chicken Filed a Lawsuit Over Attorney Negligence

He’s alleging $1.2 million in damages There’s a legal battle brewing at Frenchy’s, one of Houston’s finest fried chicken spots and a particular favorite of Beyoncé. Law360 reports that Percy Creuzot of Frenchy's Chicken filed a lawsuit...Show More Summary

BlendIn Coffee Club Brings Cupping to Sugar Land

Find gourmet coffee in a sleek revamped building BlendIn Coffee Club is opening in Sugar Land this Friday, making it the newest of a handful of coffee shops to open in the suburbs of Houston. Yet this “club” boasts a biochemist at its...Show More Summary

Check Out the Menu for Cactus Cove, Timbergrove’s New Watering Hole

This is the latest from the Creek Group Cactus Cove Bar & Grill, the latest restaurant from the Creek Group, quietly opened in Timbergrove in October. The restaurant joins Piggy's Kitchen & Bar as the second Creek establishment to open this year, and this Creek Group establishment might be the most sports-friendly of the bunch. Show More Summary

Brewery News: Saint Arnold Is Offering Beer for Life Memberships and More

The Saint Arnold Beer Garden will open in 2018 Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company’s gigantic new brewery isn’t the only exciting thing in the works for Houston’s brewers. Here are a few more brewery developments around town to know about: Houston...Show More Summary

Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company Is Building a $14 Million, Three-Story Complex

It’s going to be in Sawyer Yards Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company, one of Houston's essential breweries, is planning a new headquarters that is absolutely massive. The brewery is moving over to Sawyer Yards, with a new 28,258-square-foot, three-story space set to open at the end of 2018. Show More Summary

Multiple Restaurants Reportedly Headed to The Post Oak at Uptown Houston

The flagship is a Mastro's Steakhouse Houston restaurateur Tilman Fertitta’s 38-story tower in the Galleria and Uptown area is going to be extra luxurious. When the development opens in 2018, it will boast a hotel, residential units,...Show More Summary

Southern Goods Is Raising Money to Rebuild After a Massive Fire

The Heights restaurant is throwing a benefit Southern Goods chef/owner Lyle Bento is promising to rebuild his neighborhood restaurant in the Heights after a fire ripped through the kitchen last weekend. The fire reportedly caused $30,000...Show More Summary

Thieves Hand Out Stolen Doughnuts to Customers After Robbing Shipley’s

The suspects traded victims’ cell phones in exchange for a pilfered doughnut Last month, three masked men robbed a Shipley Do-Nuts outpost, and decided to put at least a little good karma in the bank by handing out stolen doughnuts to...Show More Summary

Houston’s Best Thanksgiving Day Dining Options

From traditional turkey to halal pizza, here’s where to dine on November 23 The holiday season is just around the corner, and that means planning an epic Thanksgiving Day dinner complete with turkey, sides, and all the trimmings. Or,...Show More Summary

Bellagreen, Formerly Known as Ruggles Green, Opens at Vintage Marketplace

The “eco-conscious” eatery keeps expanding in Space City Bellagreen, Houston’s “eco-conscious” fast-casual eatery, just opened its sixth location at Vintage Marketplace. Boasting the title of Houston’s first Certified Green Restaurant™,...Show More Summary

Pho Hung Makes Triumphant Return to Asiatown

The Houston noodle icon is back Eighteen months after the original Pho Hung — the acclaimed pho joint on Bellaire Boulevard that received a two-star rating from Houston Chronicle food critic Alison Cook in 2013— closed down, the beloved...Show More Summary

Houston Breakfast Icon LePeep Is Making A Big Move, Will Finally Serve Mimosas

The Houston breakfast institution is getting a new home After 30 years of serving up breakfast to Houstonians, LePeep is plotting a move to a brand new location. Fortunately, fans of the restaurant won’t have to go far to find the new LePeep, which is set to open just a third of a mile down the road from the original location at 4702 Westheimer. Show More Summary

Hugo’s Is Still One of the Country’s Best Restaurants

It’s been a banner year for Chef Hugo Ortega In roving Eater critic’s latest assessment of the country’s best restaurants, Houston’s own Hugo’s is still one of the country’s finest places to dine. Addison released his newly-updated list...Show More Summary

Residents Vote to Lift Private Club Requirement for Heights Bars

Houston voters headed to the polls en masse to repeal a decades-old liquor law The results of Tuesday night’s election are in, and drinkers will no longer be required to sign up for a private club when they want to order a cocktail in...Show More Summary

Jin Korean BBQ’s All-You-Can-Eat Meats Land In Houston

Pork cheek, shrimp, and LA-style galbi await Jin Korean BBQ, Houston’s newest spot for all-you-can-eat meats grilled right at the table, has officially made its debut near Chinatown. The meaty new destination kicked open the doors to its first Houston outpost at 8338 West Sam Houston Parkway on Monday, and it’s already making an impression. Show More Summary

Former Dynamo Star Brian Ching Will Open A Massive Soccer Bar

It’s going to have an indoor soccer field and outdoor bier garten Former Houston Dynamo forward Brian Ching is bringing his love of soccer from the pitch to the restaurant business with a new soccer bar called Pitch 25. Ching is setShow More Summary

Golden Krust Brings Jamaican Cuisine From NYC to Houston

Patties, sweet coconut tarts, and more are en route to Three Corners Golden Krust, a popular Jamaican fast-casual chain from New York City, is preparing to open its first Houston outpost. Golden Krust is just about ready to make its Texas debut at 8236 Kirby Drive in Three Corners. Show More Summary

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