Chef Troy Guard, owner of TAG Restaurant Group, is excited to announce his newest steakhouse, Guard and Grace. Named after his daughter, Grace, this long-awaited new concept will be Guard’s first venture outside of Colorado. Guard is beyond thrilled to share his personal vision for the modern steakhouse, inspired by both Houston culture and his world-wide travels. It can be easy to expand your wings into a new city without truly getting to know the city, Guard did the opposite. He has taken part-time resident in The Heights and is continuing to fall in love with everything the city has to offer. Keep Reading
Berg Hospitality Group, owned by restaurateur Benjamin Berg, has a true passion for the hospitality industry. Berg has created a number of acclaimed restaurants such as B&B Butchers, B.B. Lemon, and B.B. Pizza all known for superior service, unique atmospheres, and delicious food. The group’s newest concept, The Annie Café and Bar, opened this fall on 6 BLVD Place in the Galleria Area.
Traveler’s Table is a one-stop destination for delicious and exotic food from all over the world. Owner Matthew Mitchell’s extensive travels and passion for food come together to create an unforgettable experience as you are encouraged to explore all corners of the earth through food and drink at a stylish, Bohemian restaurant. Keep Reading
Chef Chris Cosentino, winner of Top Chef Masters and co-owner of San Francisco’s Cockscomb, Jackrabbit in Portland, Oregon, and Acacia House in the Napa Valley, has opened his first restaurant in Houston. Located in the C.Baldwin Hotel, Rosalie Italian Soul is named after his great-grandmother Rosalie Cosentino, a first-generation Italian immigrant who inspired his career in cooking. Read more about the story and inspiration behind Rosalie here. Keep Reading
Sixty Vines is opening their first Houston location in Rice Village. The Napa Valley inspired restaurant based in Plano, Texas (outside Dallas) is often referred to as “the winemaker’s restaurant”. The Rice Village location will feature 51 wines on tap, with 100 wines by the glass available, and an additional 7 beers, cider and cold brew on tap. Keep Reading
The Wall Street Journal acclaimed Uchi as “The best sushi this side of Japan” and with locations in all three major Texas cities, many Texans agree. Originally from Austin, the Houston location opened in 2012 and continues to be both a hot spot and a staple – a combination that is hard to maintain. The translation of “Uchi” to English is “House”, which speaks volumes to the atmosphere of the restaurant – unpretentious and welcoming. The first Austin location is in a renovated home which inspired the transformation of the long-standing Houston building in Montose. With reclaimed wood, warm textures and clean finishes it is the perfect mix of cozy and modern. Keep Reading
Riel, the Montrose modern-American restaurant, opened in 2017 and continues to be one of the best restaurants in the city. Since opening, it has been spotlighted by Food & Wine, Esquire, Forbes and in 2018 was named “Best New Restaurants in Texas” by Texas Monthly. Chef Ryan Lachaine, originally from Canada, has created a menu that features a mix of Gulf Coast, French-Canadian and classic Ukrainian. The ever-changing menu is designed to be shared and encourage you to try new things. Keep Reading
The former Danton’s Gulf Coast Kitchen may be reopening with a new name and location but they will not be changing their commitment to tradition by serving only the freshest seafood from the Texas Gulf Coast. Eugene’s Gulf Coast Cuisine will be located in heart of where River Oaks meets Montrose, in a newly renovated landmark location. Keep Reading