There’s a new restaurant winging its way into town. Well-known Agricole Hospitality, which brought Houston such hits as Coltivare, Revival Market, and Eight Row Flint, has announced plans to open their first Montrose eatery, a Gulf Coast concept called Night Heron.
Before you embark on your noble New Year’s resolution, indulge in the best of Houston, from flavorful sweets to towering burgers.
Another year is upon us. As the calendar ushers us into 2018, celebrate all there is to look forward to in style with a special New Year’s Eve dinner and toast. Peruse our list and make your reservations — the hottest spots in town will fill up fast!
Remember: It isn’t New Year’s Eve without a glass of champagne. Cheers!
Chef Chris Shepherd, who helped breathe new life into the Houston food scene with a James Beard Award win in 2014, is preparing for a banner year in 2018. Shepherd announced today that he will open a new steakhouse called Georgia James, so named for his parents, towards the end of the new year. His beloved Underbelly will close, relocate, and rebrand as UB Preserv to make room for the new concept.
Award-winning bakeshop CRAVE lives up to its name. This local spot’s high-quality, small-batch cupcakes and treats are some of the most popular in town, and one taste will tell you why—they always leave you wanting more.
To celebrate the season, CRAVE is offering limited-time holiday items and packages that are the perfect gift or personal indulgence. Now through December 24th, place your order for festive sweets, ranging from their beloved cupcakes, iconic Gingerbread Man cookies, peppermint bark, frosted sugar and snickerdoodle cookies, bars, fudge brownies, breads, Holiday Spice coffee, doggie treats, and more.
‘Twas the night before Christmas…
There’s something inherently magical about Christmas Eve. Is it the anticipation of the morrow? The excitement of seeing family, friends, and, of course, whatever’s in those packages under the tree? Or is it the meal, that twilight dinner for which everyone comes together to enjoy delicious food and a relaxing, indulgent night?
Houston is one of the best places in the country to be dining any time, but this Christmas Eve, the possibilities are endless. Discover your options, and make your reservations—the season is upon us.
The Hotel ZaZa Museum District has long been one of Houston’s trendiest hotels, and travelers and locals alike have been anxiously awaiting the new Memorial City location since it was announced in 2015. As the hotel opens its doors on December 1, we bring you a list of the best restaurants near the stunning Hotel ZaZa Memorial City.
Each season, we bring you hand-picked selection of some of our favorite Houston hotspots for after-dinner drinks and scrumptious brunches. Enjoy this collection, as seen in our Holiday/Winter 2018 print issue!
Close your eyes for a moment and picture South African cuisine. What do you see?
For most, the exercise is more difficult than it seems. People think of many things when they think of South Africa—Mandela, rugby, diamonds, penguins—but the food remains shrouded in mystery, victim to more recognizable world cuisines.
No trip to Houston is complete without a stop in Rice Village, an eclectic dining and shopping district with roots in the late 1930s. Today, more than 300 shops and boutiques dot the 16-block neighborhood, with a host of dining options to match.