Shopping in Houston has always been noteworthy. Expanding far beyond the 3–million–square–foot mall that opened in 1970, our extraordinary shopping centers have always included restaurants, entertainment venues and other attractions. These distinctive destinations are not only for shoppers, but also for individuals and groups looking for a full day of unique activities. Keep Reading
Exciting news for Hotel Granduca, one of Houston’s leading luxury hotels. Recently named Condè Nast Traveler’s Top-Rated Leading Hotels, the award-winning hotel is celebrating another accolade. The Italian-style hotel boasts fine quality service and amenities that will make any stay memorable!
Cupcakes continue to be all the rage when it comes to trendy, photo-ready desserts. CRAVE Cupcakes brought the trend to Houston TEN years ago this week! The cupcake empire has grown to three Houston locations in the past 10 years and has expanded beyond cupcakes, offering bakeshop items such as cookies, brownies, bars and small batch craft coffee.
How do you define luxury?
As the sole owner of over 500 properties spanning 50 unique brands, Houston tycoon Tilman Fertitta is uniquely poised to set that standard. The uncompromising Landry’s head and proud new owner of the Houston Rockets can always be counted on to deliver excellence, and the world can expect that and more from his latest development, the hotly-anticipated Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston.
Each holiday season, The Houstonian invites you to celebrate in grand style. The award-winning hotel is beautifully decorated in the trappings of each season, transformed into a festive fall scene for Thanksgiving, then an enchanting gingerbread wonderland for Christmas. This year, the Houston landmark is giving visitors even more to celebrate by offering a holiday special: “Holidays are on the House.”
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