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So Delicious, a Caveman Could Eat It

Paleo-friendly restaurant menus abound in Houston.

Local Pour — the anticipated craft beer bar in the River Oaks Shopping Center on West Gray anchored by the River Oaks Theatre — is also opening in early April. According to a press release, look for wine, cocktails and "rare and hard-to-find brews, including a frequently rotating selection served from a firkin," as well as a "shareable, chef-crafted menu that incorporates local spirits."

The Birdie Galore at Cafe TH: roasted chicken over all the vegetables you could ever want.
Katharine Shilcutt
The Birdie Galore at Cafe TH: roasted chicken over all the vegetables you could ever want.
Lisa Mattson, a wine industry marketing whiz, brought home the 2012 Wine Blogger award for "best winery blog" in 2012 for the Jordan Winery Blog.
Jeremy Parzen
Lisa Mattson, a wine industry marketing whiz, brought home the 2012 Wine Blogger award for "best winery blog" in 2012 for the Jordan Winery Blog.

Also opening in early April, according to Eater Houston, is Batanga on Market Square. Of the food, editor Eric Sandler writes that "chef Ben McPherson, who also moved here with [owner Brian] Fasthoff from Atlanta, focuses the menus on tapas; diners can order them individually or in platters that include six or eight dishes. Batanga's menu will be both vegetarian and pescetarian friendly, with a whole section devoted to vegetable dishes."

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