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
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.
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
Debating where to spoil your Mom this Mother’s Day? The list of options can be daunting, but we have narrowed it down to our top 8… there are just so many fun things happening! Keep Reading
“Underbelly is now more than four walls with a kitchen. It’s a philosophy that we use as our compass, not just in cooking, but in life.
Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurants go all out for Cinco de Mayo in Houston! Here are our top 5 spots who will be having amazing specials all day. Keep Reading
The Museum District is the center of Houston’s culture, art, and beautiful parks. With 19 cultural institutions, the pedestrian-friendly neighborhood is the perfect area to spend a Saturday afternoon. Keep Reading
You may have heard that Houston doesn’t really do seasons. Not like most other places, at least. What else explains a run of upper-80s-to-lower-90s heat in the first week of November? But lovers of all things autumn needn’t worry—cooler weather is on the way, and if you can’t wait until it arrives, you can already sample the flavors of the season at a charming neighborhood eatery that quietly serves some of the freshest food in town.
Houston, we weathered the storm.
Harvey came through and left behind devastating aftereffects, but the shining light through the storm has been the way our Houston community came together. From the first responders who saved lives to the neighbors who made donations, acts of love and support have been a constant source of hope and inspiration.