This weekend, Nick Boulle and de Boulle Motorsports will be competing in the 2020 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. Boulle was recently named the Silver rated driver for the PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports #52 Oreca LMP2 car. This years team is made up of two European Gold-rated drivers, Simon Trummer (SUI) and Gabriel Aubry (FRA) and Bronze-rated Ben Keating (USA).
People like to call Soma Sushi, Houston’s best kept sushi secret. Owned by the restaurant group who has Kata Robata and Azuma on their roaster, Soma is the go-to destination for high-quality sushi in a casual environment. Their menu expands far beyond classic sushi dishes and the energetic staff is there to help guide you through your meal. Keep Reading
Husband and wife duo Mark Ellenberger and Emily Trout have always loved Napa Valley, California. What started as a passion for wine lead them to open Mutiny Wine Room and bring the Nappy Valley experience to Houston. The stunning 4,579-squarefoot tasting room and retail concept offer a curated selection of wines only available at Mutiny. Keep Reading
Hand Rolls are one of the simplest ways to enjoy Japanese style fish and at Hando they resemble an uncut sushi roll. A piece of raw fish is wrapped in toasted seaweed with warm rice. The concept is straightforward but anything at boring. When you enter Hando you will won’t find tables or a hostess stand but instead a large U shaped bar and sheets of paper where you check off which rolls and small plates you would like and find a seat at the 22-seat bar. Keep Reading
With 2019 about to come to a close we are going back into the archives to share with you the top restaurants that opened this year! There are sure to be fantastic openings planned for 2020 but we recommend making sure you’ve check all of these off your list first. Keep Reading
Norman Rockwell:American Freedom, at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is the first comprehensive exhibit of Rockwell’s iconic depictions of FDR’s Four Freedoms—Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Fear, and Freedom from Want. The seven-city tour, organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum, features the 4 paintings along with many of his other paintings, illustrations and prints. Keep Reading
This coming New Year’s Eve is extra special as we are saying goodbye to the 2010 decade and welcoming 2020. Businesses throughout the city are pulling out all the stops to make sure you have the most fabulous evening! Keep Reading
Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is excited to present the work of New Orleans-based artist and filmmaker, Garrett Bradley. The exhibit spans the first floor, with three multi-channel films and videos. Bradley addresses themes such as race, class, familial relationships, social justice, southern culture and the history of film in the United States.
Beloved active wear brand, Outdoor Voices, has finally opened their doors in Houston. The company founded in 2014, in Austin offers both men and women activewear fit for daily recreation. Founder Ty Haney, has created both a brand and movement that is redefining athleisure and workout clothing, through the companies #DoingThings mantra. Every piece is built to outfit you for any and all recreation you desire, a walk, errand running, yoga, high intensity exercise and everything in between. Keep Reading
Local spin studio, RYDE is honoring their love of downtown Houston with a week of complimentary classes. They have teamed up with downtown businesses, such as East Hampton Sandwich Shop, Understory, 8th Wonder Brewery and more to bring Ryders unbeatable specials. This amazing event will be taking place all week (December 9th to the 13th) – so make sure to book your bike today!
*Offer valid at Downtown studio only. Please contact the studio for any questions or cancellations*