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Step Inside Roka Akor, Houston’s Sleek New Japanese Steak & Sushi Destination

Your new favorite spot for imported beef and housemade shochu Modern vibes meet tradition at Roka Akor, Houston’s hottest new Japanese steakhouse. The Michelin-recommended restaurant opened the doors on June 26 in Space City on the ground floor of luxury high rise 2929 Weslayan. Show More Summary

Ray’s Barbecue Will Move Into A Bigger, Better Home

Plus, more food news — In an effort to bring more side dishes to the menu and expand its barbecue operations, South Union’s Ray’s BBQ has plans to move to a brand new location just about a mile down the road from its current outpost....Show More Summary

10 Frozen Cocktails to Drink Right Now In Houston

Cool yourself with a boozy, icy drink Pretty much any time of the year, a frozen cocktail will totally hit the spot in Houston, but that’s especially true in the summer. And of course, a margarita is always a great choice, but sometimes...Show More Summary

85C Bakery Brings Wildly Popular Pastries and Coffee Drinks to Bellaire Next Week

Get ready to stand in line for sweets Described as the “Starbucks of Taiwan,” pastry chain 85C Bakery Cafe is finally ready to open its first location in Houston. The first Space City outpost of 85C Bakery Cafe is set to open at 9750 Bellaire Boulevard next week. Show More Summary

Heights Restaurant Owners Back Measure That Would Make It Easier to Sell Booze

They’re putting a serious chunk of money where their mouths are Nearly one year after the Heights eliminated its pre-Prohibition ban on retail booze sales, a new proposal that would make it easier for restaurants to serve alcohol inShow More Summary

The Rustic Brings A Massive New Restaurant, Bar & Music Venue To Downtown

The Dallas export counts Texas Country singer Pat Green among its investors Next year, FreeRange Concepts will bring The Rustic, a music and booze-fueled spot from the minds behind Bowl & Barrel, to Downtown Houston. The first outpost...Show More Summary

Houston's 13 Essential Brunches

Breakfast and booze are a beautiful pairing Brunching is an important pastime for Houstonians, so much so that the best brunch spot in town is a hot topic for debate. Once you see the list we’ve cooked up, it’ll be hard to choose just one. Show More Summary

Lawsuit Claims $85,000 Mercedes Was Stolen From Yauatcha’s Valet Lot

Yikes As if spending a big chunk of change on dim sum wasn’t enough, one Yauatcha patron found himself out $85,000 after his fancy car was stolen from the restaurant’s valet lot. A lawsuit filed against valet operator Sovereign Services...Show More Summary

Night Market Is Getting a Thai Revamp

The former curry house appears to be going in a new direction Back in April, restaurateur Mike Tran (Tiger Den, Mein, Ohn Korean Eatery) closed up shop at his curry house concept Night Market in order to revamp the menu. Now, it appears...Show More Summary

Agricole Hospitality Takes Over EaDo With New Pizzeria, Bar & Restaurant

The growing neighborhood continues to heat up The dining scene in East Downtown continues to boom, and now Agricole Hospitality will take over the neighborhood with two new restaurants and a bar. The ambitious expansion project will set up shop at 1201 St. Show More Summary

JuiceLand Appears to be Plotting A Houston Expansion

Plus, Kolache Shoppe heads to the heights — After making its Houston debut in 2016, Austin-based juice chain JuiceLand is looking to expand in Space City. Details are scarce as of yet, but a tweet from JuiceLand’s Twitter account indicates...Show More Summary

Where to Eat While Partying at Houston Pride This Weekend

Find restaurants within walking distance, then return to the party. This weekend, crowds will descend on Downtown for the 2017 Houston Pride Parade. Attracting more than 500,000 revelers each and every year, the Parade is one of theShow More Summary

Dallas’ Ascension Coffee Hits Houston Next Year

The Australian-influenced cafe will arrive in Summer 2018 Ascension, a Dallas coffee shop with a full menu and wine list, is bringing its casually gourmet vibe to Houston next summer. Owner Russell Hayward, originally from Sydney, Australia,...Show More Summary

Chef Chris Shepherd’s Underbelly Is Making Some Major Changes

Whole steers are out, fish and veggies are in. Since opening, Chef Chris Shepherd’s Underbelly has helped redefine dining in Houston. Now, the Montrose eatery is redefining itself. Originally known as one of the country’s only restaurants...Show More Summary

An Eater’s Guide To Houston

Unofficial, highly-opinionated intel on Clutch City’s dining scene In recent years, no city’s culinary profile has risen more quickly than Houston’s. Home to NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Hakeem “The Dream” Olajuwon, and the birthplace of Beyonce, the biggest city in Texas is still one of the country’s most underrated dining destinations. Show More Summary

Step Inside Alice Blue, The Heights’ Cozy New Mediterranean Hotspot

The restaurant formerly known as Shade has a totally new look Earlier this summer, popular Heights restaurant Shade closed its doors for a complete revamp. Now, the space has officially made its debut as the breezy, sophisticated Alice...Show More Summary

Where To Eat Before Watching the Houston Astros Play at Minute Maid Park

Some really great restaurants are just a short distance away from the Park. There’s no better team in the American League West than the Houston Astros right now, and despite the heat, there’s no better time than the present to take in...Show More Summary

Treadsack Is Being Sued Yet Again

Chef Graham Laborde’s dad wants his $191,000 back After weeks of bad news for Treadsack Restaurants, the hits just keep on coming. Now, the embattled restaurant group is being sued by yet another investor. Cliffe E. Laborde III, theShow More Summary

22 Essential Galveston Restaurants

Where to head for brunch, lunch, dinner, and drinks Located just 50 miles away from Houston’s city center, Galveston Island is a beach oasis that’s always in reach. In 2015, the Island welcomed more than 6.4 million tourists and travelers, some of which stick around to take in attractions like Moody Gardens, Schlitterbahn, and of course, the beach. Show More Summary

What Houston Chefs Eat on Road Trips

Trip food tips from the folks who know best Even the best road trips can go awry without at least a little bit of planning. After figuring out where to go, the next important step — before getting gas or packing — is to figure out where...Show More Summary

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