No course in world cuisine is complete without a foray into the traditional churrasco cooking of the Brazilian gaucho. Chama Gaúcha Brazilian Steakhouse, an endlessly romantic restaurant located on Westheimer Road between the Interstate 610 loop and the Sam Houston Tollway, serves some of the best in its class.
What is South African cuisine?
If you’re wondering, you’re not alone – for most, the food of South Africa is shrouded in mystery, an elusive phenomenon that no one can quite put a finger on. The reason for its impalpability is twofold. One, South African cuisine is a melting pot of flavors, reflective of the cultural diversity that has given the Republic of South Africa its nickname, the “Rainbow Nation.” Two, no one in Texas has ever served South African food – until recently. Keep Reading
Houston is a city of caring neighbors, a heartwarming truth that has been proven time and again these past weeks. To celebrate that spirit of togetherness, chef Hugo Ortega’s Mexican coastal kitchen, Caracol, is hosting a special supper this Sunday, September 24 at 5pm, that will raise money to benefit those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Keep Reading
Bosscat chose their name well. Their décor, staff, drinks, and food are all corner office offerings, solidifying the California implant as a boss of Houston Sunday brunch.
From an attractive darkwood space near the River Oaks District, Chef Peter Petro leads the charge with inventive dishes that are as mouthwatering as they are photogenic. The Sunday Brunch menu is made up of comfort food favorites, elevated with contemporary flavors. Keep Reading
You needn’t be from Houston to know of chef Hugo Ortega.
Co-owner of H-Town Restaurant Group with restaurateur and wife Tracy Vaught, chef Hugo is renowned in the restaurant world for his dynamic dishes and unparalleled flavors. Earlier this year, he took home a James Beard Award – and the accolades keep on coming. Only yesterday, The Houston Chronicle released its Top 100 Restaurants, and two of H-Town Restaurant Group’s eateries topped the list: Xochi achieved number one, and Hugo’s shone at number six.
Chama Gaúcha Brazilian Steakhouse strikes the perfect balance between food, service, atmosphere, and price. This is especially apparent during Houston Restaurant Weeks, which was recently extended through the end of September to raise funds for the Houston Food Bank after Hurricane Harvey. The Chama Gaúcha team has created excellent fixed-price lunch and dinner menus to mark the occasion.
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.
Bosscat Kitchen & Libations is the kind of place that’s so fantastic, you’re not sure where to begin when describing it to folks. The menu? The décor? The staff, who’ve all achieved that rare combination of incredibly hip and very kind?
For the purposes of this story, let’s start with Houston Restaurant Weeks. Everyone’s favorite foodie holiday for a cause (the wonderful Houston Food Bank) ends on September 30, and with such an extensive list of participating restaurants, it can be difficult to choose which places you’ll prioritize over the next two weeks. Houston, we have a recommendation.
Uptown is glitz, it’s glamour, and it’s the Galleria. It’s also home to some of the best dining in the city, and we’re here with the scoop on three not-to-be-missed restaurants that are dishing up special menus for Houston Restaurant Weeks (August 1 – September 4). We love this foodie holiday, because it gives a whole new meaning to dining with care: Each HRW meal benefits the Houston Food Bank. Bon appétit!