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Stacked Brings Doughnut Ice Cream Sandwiches To Sugar Land

Scoops are also tucked between giant macarons Bringing yet another addition to Houston’s ice cream scene, Stacked has officially kicked open its doors in Sugar Land. The Katy-based ice cream shop is set to hold a grand opening for its new location at 1226 Museum Square Drive this weekend, after quietly serving up scoops earlier this week. Show More Summary

5 Restaurants to Try This Weekend In Houston

New brunch, weekend happy hour + more await Welcome to Something for the Weekend, a new weekly guide that intends to help Houstonians answer one ever-pressing question: “Where should I eat this weekend?” Each week, Eater editors will offer up their weekly recommendations, including reliable standbys, restaurants with new menu updates, pop-ups, more. Show More Summary

The Drama-Plagued El Tiempo Cantina In Webster Is Apparently Happening Now

The outpost was the subject of hotly-contested litigation After closing Laurenzo’s earlier this month, restaurateurs Roland and Domenic Laurenzo will open the eighth outpost of El Tiempo Cantina in Webster later this year. A press release...Show More Summary

Dez Bryant Bought Out Pinkerton’s Barbecue to Throw a Giant Party

Any displaced Cowboys fans up for a road trip to Lufkin? Even though he’s playing in Dallas, Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant headed to Houston for excellent barbecue this week, buying out everything that Pinkerton’s BBQ had to serve...Show More Summary

Conveyor Belt Sushi Spot Hits The Galleria This Week

Sushigami’s neverending parade of sashimi has arrived This week, Houston’s newest conveyor belt sushi restaurant Sushigami will officially make its debut at the Galleria. A post to the restaurant’s Facebook page indicates that it will kick open the doors this week in the dining pavilion on the mall’s rink level. Show More Summary

It’s Official: In-N-Out Burger Snaps Up First Houston Location

Looks like Briarmeadow will be the chain’s first Space City outpost It’s long been known that In-N-Out Burger has been plotting a Houston location, and now it appears as if the California-based chain has officially found a location for...Show More Summary

The Hottest Brunch Spots In Houston Right Now, July 2017

Day drinking dramatically improves all breakfast foods Brunch: a long hailed Houston institution, the launch pad of every Sunday Funday, and the ultimate reward of sleeping in and missing breakfast. Too often though, brunch is ruined by subpar eggs, unplanned reservation disasters, and watery cocktails. Show More Summary

Zero Degrees Brings Spicy, Icy Mangonadas to Bellaire Boulevard

The California-based chain arrives next month Thanks to the oppressive Houston heat, there’s really no such thing as too many ways to cool off with an icy, delicious treat. Which makes the arrival of California-based drink chain Zero...Show More Summary

Restaurateur Tilman Fertitta Wants to Buy the Houston Rockets

Maybe this time he’ll get his chance? In addition to running his massive restaurant empire, Landry’s owner Tilman Fertitta has expressed a serious interest in buying the Houston Rockets — again. Over the past couple of months, Fertitta has mentioned buying the team in multiple interviews, reports ESPN. Show More Summary

Houston’s Best Happy Hours For Cheap Booze And Bites

When 5 p.m. comes calling, here’s where to relax After a long day at work, there’s nothing better than bellying up to the bar for cheap booze and snacks during happy hour. Everyone has their favorite haunt, but Houston is replete with...Show More Summary

It Looks Like Ford Fry Will Open a Tex-Mex Restaurant In the Heights

All signs point to Superica Back in May, Eater reported that State of Grace owner and restaurateur Ford Fry appeared to be plotting an expansion in Houston. Now, more details have emerged that point to plans to open a Tex-Mex restaurant...Show More Summary

The Halal Guys Arrives In Westchase

The NYC-based chain’s third Houston location is now open Heads up, white sauce enthusiasts: beloved NYC-based chain The Halal Guys has opened its latest Houston outpost in Westchase. The doors are set to officially open at 11 a.m. at the restaurant’s third location at 11700 Westheimer, reports the Houston Press. Show More Summary

Fast Casual Chain Slim Chickens Plots Houston Expansion

More fried chicken is on the way Houston has no shortage of fried chicken options, but Arkansas-based chain Slim Chickens will soon bring its version of yardbird to Houston proper. A representative for the chain tells Eater that ground...Show More Summary

Pepper Twins Makes Its Debut on Kirby

The Chinese eatery’s third outpost is officially open After opening locations in Montrose and River Oaks, popular Chinese eatery Pepper Twins is officially open at 3915 Kirby Drive. The restaurant held a grand opening celebration on Tuesday, and is now officially open for lunch and dinner. Show More Summary

Nao Ramen House Says Goodbye to Rice Village

These noodles are no more Just over six months after opening its doors, Nao Ramen House has officially called it quits. The Rice Village noodle shop officially called it quits on Tuesday, reports CultureMap. Owner Piran Esfahani opened...Show More Summary

Houston’s 14 Best Outdoor Dining Destinations

Don’t be afraid of the heat Our great city has no limit on sunshine and heat, but when the weather is just right, Houstonians will furiously scramble to occupy every breezy, umbrella covered patio and shady green garden in sight — even...Show More Summary

Michael’s Cookie Jar Is Expanding to Tanglewood

It’ll be the company’s third location Tanglewood-based fans of Michael’s Cookie Jar, rejoice — there’s now a location in the neighborhood, slated to open later this month or in early August, reports Houstonia. This time, for the Cookie...Show More Summary

Where Chefs Eat: The Pass’s Seth Siegel-Gardner and Terrence Gallivan

When they’re not cooking haute cuisine, this chef duo enjoys pho, Gatlin’s BBQ, and more Welcome to the latest installment of Where Chefs Eat, a look at where the city’s best chefs spend their hard-earned money on food they didn’t actually have to cook. Show More Summary

East End Hardware Keeps the Name, Changes Offerings

Boozy snoballs for all Folks heading to a place called “East End Hardware” looking for wrenches or nails may be in for a bit of a shock. These two items are no longer available — but you can get sno-balls infused with booze at this old-new...Show More Summary

Houston’s 12 Essential Breakfast Spots

Where to eat the most important meal of the day Brunch may get a lot of shine, but breakfast is still the most important meal of the day. Whether a boozy place to spend a lazy Saturday morning is in order or a quick spot for good pastries and coffee is what you seek, these 12 essential breakfast spots in Houston will satisfy any A.M. Show More Summary

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