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Emily Lunstroth

Emily Lunstroth has 79 articles published.

Local Houstonian and Editor + Digital Director of Houston Hotel Magazine. Follow her on Instagram for her latest adventures, @emilylunstroth.

Vincent van Gogh: A Journey Through His Life

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The newest exhibit at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston takes a deeper look into Vincent van Gogh’s life and vast body of work. With pieces from his early sketches to final paintings that chronicle his journey to becoming the artist he was. The MFAH worked closely with the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, and the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo, who together house the largest collection of his work.  Keep Reading

It’s Always a Celebration at a’Bouzy!

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a’Bouzy opened in 2017, in the heart of River Oaks, by restaurateur Shawn Virene. It was his first solo venture and the city was excited to experience the champagne-fueled concept! Pronounced as it’s spelled – “ah boozy,” the name is a playful take on the small French town’s name, Bouzy, located in the Champagne region. That, plus the fact that the drink menu has over 150 Champagne options, makes a’Bouzy the place to go for any celebration.  Keep Reading

Midday Sushi Fix: Exclusive Lunch Items at Nobu

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The city got its first taste of the world known Nobu this past summer. The Japanese restaurant, founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro, and Meir Teper, has 40 locations across the globe. Most recently they launched lunch service, with a menu created just for Houston. It is full of items, both light and heavier, all designed for midday enjoyment.

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The I.V. Doc: The Ultimate House [or Hotel] Call

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The I.V. Doc® is the leading provider of hotel room, home, and office I.V. fluid treatments. Founded in 2013 by New York-based surgeon Dr. Adam Nadelson, The I.V. Doc has gotten celebrities and people across the country hooked. You may think of I.V. treatments as just a luxe hangover cure, but they are perfect for fighting off jet lag and much more.  Keep Reading

Embrace 1920’s French Colonial Southeast Asia at Le Colonial

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Le Colonial has been winning over people’s hearts since its opening in River Oaks District in 2016. The two-story space is impeccably designed with large palms, grand ceilings, chic wicker chairs, silk Parisian shades and much more that all make you feel as though you’ve stepped into another era.

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New York Meets Houston at the Cozy B.B. Lemon

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B.B. Lemon is the newest eatery addition to the popular Washington Ave. Opened by the team behind one of our favorite steak houses, B&B Butchers, Berg Hospitality. Owner Benjamin Berg combined everything he loves about both New York and Houston into one culinary vision. The elevated eatery makes you feel as though you have walked into the big apple but with Texas hospitality.  Keep Reading

Celebrate The Azalea Trail at The Houstonian

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This year marks the 84th annual Azalea Trail put on by the River Oaks Garden Club. The event, March 1st through the 3rd, kicks off the spring season in Houston. Over the years the event has grown into much more than a fundraiser for horticultural education, conservation, and civic beautification. It has become a place for both women and men from the greater Houston community to come together and take in the beauty of the cities blooming azaleas.

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Cheers to National Margarita Day!

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If you were to poll Houstonians on their favorite cocktail we like to believe it would be a margarita! Thanks to all the amazing tex-mex restaurants here in town it could be hard to decide where to celebrate National Margarita Day. Don’t worry we have you covered with the top 5 places to celebrate!  Keep Reading

Navigate the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ Like a Local

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Since its debut in 1932, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has grown to be the world’s largest event of its kind. In 1966, they moved the show to the “Eighth Wonder of the World” the Astrodome to accommodate their growth. Keep Reading

Omakase: Trust the Chef at Roka Akor

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Roka Akor, the Japanese steakhouse, seafood, and sushi restaurant in upper River Oaks will be coming up on their two year anniversary this summer. The nationally renowned restaurant came in strong to the already vast and competitive Houston food scene, specifically Japanese.  Keep Reading

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