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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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Restaurant Round Up: Houston’s Top New Eateries of 2018

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With 2018 about to come to a close we are going back into the archives to share with you the top restaurants that opened this year! Whether you are in town visiting family or need a refresher this list will keep you full until 2019 comes!  Keep Reading

Luxury Shopping in Houston is Better Than Ever

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Luxury Shopping really took off in Houston in 1970, with the opening of The Galleria Mall and the arrival of Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. The Galleria was the first covered mall in the citythe original place to see and be seen. Since then, other retail centers across the state have created a massive buzz, not only for their roster of retailers but for the unique shopping experiences offered to customers. From worldwide names in luxury to Texasbred restaurants, Uptown Park and The River Oaks District are changing the face of Houston shopping. Keep Reading

Night or Day, a Fun Time is Guaranteed at Bisou

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The newest restaurant and bar to hit the River Oaks District is Bisou, French for kiss! Started by the restaurant group, Clé Group, who started the ever-popular nightclub Clé, in downtown Houston. Partner Andrew Estes believes “…Bisou will be an excellent addition to the mix and only add to ROD’s (River Oaks District) allure as the most sought-after mixed-use destination in the city.” Keep Reading

Switch2Pure Pop-Up Comes to River Oaks

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Make the switch to pure research-based beauty and skincare products at the Switch2Pure pop up at the River Oaks District. The pop-up will feature 1,000 products scientifically-proven to be healthy the pop-up across from Stella McCartney for products that will make you look good and feel good this holiday season. Keep Reading

Fashion X Houston: This Season’s Hautest Event

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The 3rd Annual Fashion X Houston fashion show is around the corner, happening October 4-6 at River Oaks District. Three nights full of outdoor runway shows, style presentations from top brands and new collections from regional and emerging designers, including celebrity designers from Lifetime Television’s hit show, “Project Runway.”  Keep Reading

Cheers to Summer: Where to Find the Best Summer Drinks

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Cool off from Houston’s summer heat with a drink! From margaritas to creative cocktails, enjoy our list of where to get the perfect drinks to celebrate this summer. Keep Reading

Cheers to National Rosé Day!

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Summer means rosé and we love every ‘holiday’ that includes fun specials and a reason to cheers with friends! We’ve rounded up the top places to celebrate National Rosé Day this Saturday, June 9th! We hope you take advantage of this boozy holiday and check out some of our favorite hotspots. Keep Reading

Texas’ de Boulle is Taking on France’s Le Mans Race

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Former Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona Champion, Nick Boulle— of de Boulle, an independent fine jeweler here in Houston and Dallas, is part of Jackie Chan DC Racing’s lineup for next month’s 24 Hours of Le Mans. The 24 Hours of Le Mans is the world’s oldest active sports car race for endurance racing and is held annually since 1923 near Le Mans, France.

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East Hampton Sandwich Co. is Kicking Off Summer!

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East Hampton Sandwich Company is opening not only one location in Houston this summer, but two! The Dallas based restaurant is known for taking a cue on everything from decor, vibe, and food from [as the name implies] the East Coast! When you step inside, you feel like you’ve entered Gurney’s Montauk or a beach cottage; for us Texans that means white oak, boxwood ivy and playful art including vintage New York Magazine covers.  Keep Reading

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