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A Modern Feminine Oasis at Bloom & Bee

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Bloom & Bee is the not to be missed restaurant in the Post Oak Hotel. The pink chairs catch your eye the minute you walk into the hotel lobby, enticing you to enjoy a cocktail or even a full meal. If you are not familiar with the Post Oak Hotel, we highly recommend checking it out. Dreamt up by Tilman Fertitta, the hotel was created to be the center of glamour and luxury in Houston and beyond.  Keep Reading

Where are they now? Revival Market Reunion Series

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Revival Market is a Houston Heights’s craft butcher shop and cafe run by the well known Agricole Hospitality. Established with the intention of serving responsibly sourced food and always have a talented lineup of chefs. Eight Row Flint, a modern ice house with whiskey, beer, tacos, and tequila has been hosting an outdoor cooking series this summer that is wrapping up by bringing back old names.  Keep Reading

Neighborhood Guide: East Downtown…EaDo for Short!

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EaDo is more than just a designation for its proximity east of downtown. EaDo is also a neighborhood with trendy bars and restaurants to match its catchy nickname, along with a past life as the home to Houston’s original Chinatown. Hotel Alessandra’s downtown location allows guests a convenient path for exploring the area just beyond the skyscrapers and the George R. Brown Convention Center. Keep Reading

Brunches, Bars and Snappy Hours Summer Edition

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Every issue we round up the best brunches, bars and snappy hours from around the city! If you haven’t gotten a chance to scroll through our Summer Issue we highly suggest it and hope you get to check out all of these amazing spots this Summer.  Keep Reading

Newly Opened La Villa Saint-Tropez Brings the Flavors of France to Houston

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La Villa Saint-Tropez, a new modern French Mediterranean restaurant, has recently debuted in Houston’s diverse Montrose area. This contemporary, French-inspired restaurant will offer dishes native to the Saint-Tropez area, making visitors feel as if they’ve been transported to France. Keep Reading

But First, Coffee (& Breakfast Tacos): Start Your Mornings at Relish

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One of our favorite River Oaks neighborhood restaurants, Relish has recently started serving a delicious and expansive breakfast menu! The naturally lit space is the ideal ambiance for breakfast with friends, an early morning work meeting or quietly enjoying the paper/news on your iPhone solo.  Keep Reading

International Smoke Makes Its Way to Houston

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Chef Michael Mina and lifestyle expert Ayesha Curry recently brought their San-Francisco concept restaurant to CityCentre. Mina and Curry first opened International Smoke in San Francisco in 2017 featuring dishes from Mina’s and Curry’s travels and heritage. The San Francisco location was so popular that in just eight months, Mina and Curry opened its doors in Houston.
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The 4th Annual Southern Smoke Festival

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The Southern Smoke Foundation was originally founded to raise money for MS; after co-founder Chris Shepard learned of his good friend and former sommelier Antonio Gianola was diagnosed. Since 2015 they have raised  $454,000 for the MS Society and added a second cause to their focal point- people in the food and beverage industry affected by Hurricane Harvey. This years event will continue to support both causes.
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Cheers to Summer: Where to Find the Best Summer Drinks

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Cool off from Houston’s summer heat with a drink! From margaritas to creative cocktails, enjoy our list of where to get the perfect drinks to celebrate this summer. Keep Reading

A Little Piece of France in Midtown: Bienvenue to Cafe Poêtes

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French Cafe and Wine Club, Cafe Poêtes was started by Karine Favre-Massartic, a French woman turned Houstonian this past February and after 15 years in Houston, she was craving a little piece of home in Houston. Every detail from the crown molding to the thoughtfully curated book collection on the bookshelves are hand picked by Karine and are a nod to not just her personal ties to France, but classic French culture as well.   Keep Reading

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