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
The Palm is a Houston staple and has been since 1978, when the Bush family (41) requested that their beloved New York steakhouse open a location down south in their newfound Texas home. Serving up classic chophouse dishes such as their decadent cream spinach, filet mignon, juicy lobster, potatoes au gratin and many more, The Palm is sure to delight your taste buds. The team recently kicked off “Prime Time” where you can enjoy their famous maple glazed slab bacon, short rib and cheddar sandwich and other Palm favorites for discounted prices in their swanky bar.
Nobu is an iconic name in the restaurant, tourist and luxury dining world. Founded by partners Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper they opened the first Nobu in New York in 1994. Now, Nobu is world renowned with 30 restaurants in 6 continents and is adding Houston to the list June 1st! Located in the Galleria the city is buzzing this excitement. 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.
In case you missed the memo, you probably ought to be spending more time in the Houston Heights. The thriving neighborhood perfectly melds urban Houston savvy with a charming, independent vibe that’s more commonly found in smaller towns. The latest jewel in the district’s crown is Postino WineCafé, now open at Heights Mercantile.
Brunch. Happy Hour. A good bar. They’re the culinary equivalents of your favorite movie star—you can’t get enough, couldn’t ever run out of good things to say about them, and of course, they beg to be photographed.
Thanks to its brilliantly diverse (and ever-expanding) restaurant scene, Houston is a culinary A-lister. Like the Hollywood equivalent, Houston is bursting with talent, though it maintains the humility and organic local love you’d be more likely to find in the indie scene. From brunches that define Instagram heaven to playful offerings from nationally-recognized cocktail experts, we’ve rounded up a handful of springtime brunch, bar, and happy hour offerings you’ll want to revisit again and again.
Good news, Houston. Tomorrow, February 18th, is National Drink Wine Day, and oenophiles across the country will be celebrating with a glass or two of their favorite varietals. As it happens, tomorrow is also Sunday—a time for leisurely brunches and long conversation among friends. Happily, one Houston eatery brings the occasions together with an appealing, ongoing special.