Gwendolyn Knapp is the food editor at the Houston Press. Her writing has appeared in the Oxford American, Southern Foodways Alliance's Cornbread Nation 2015: Best of Southern Food Writing, and is forthcoming in The Best American Travel Writing 2017. Previously she was the editor of Eater Nola and is also the author of the memoir After A While You Just Get Used To It: A Tale of Family Clutter. After ten years of eating her way through New Orleans, she is ecstatic to call Houston, land of 10,000+ restaurants, her new home.
4 hours ago | Restaurant News
The Heights property that used to house troubled Treadsackian eateries Bernadine's and Hunky Dory will be home to an upscale Tex Mex eatery and an adjacent fried chicken annex from State of Grace restaurateur Ford Fry come 2018. Fry, a Texas...
13 hours ago | The Morning After
It's no big secret that Houston loves brunch and the Houston Press is right there with you. On Saturday, September 30, "The Morning After, A Houston Press Brunch Event," brings some of the city's top brunch destinations to the Bayou City Events Ce...
14 hours ago | Restaurant News
Folks looking for a taco or outdoor hang session at Yucatan Taco Stand at 3407 Montrose (at Hawthorne) are out of luck. The eatery closed up for good last week with the following message posted on its door: The Houston Press reached out to th...
1 day ago | Breaking News
Straits Restaurant, the Singapore and pan-Asian eatery from San Francisco, which opened in 2010 in City Centre, is closing next week. "We just found out on Thursday," manager Inri Diaz confirmed with the Houston Press by phone. "We're the third lo...
1 day ago | Restaurant News
Cyclone Anaya’s Mexican Kitchen, the family-run Tex-Mex staple that started in an ice house on Shepherd more than 50 years ago and today boasts six Houston locations, has just been sold to Heritage Restaurant Group, operators of soup and sandwich ...
2 days ago | Restaurant News
For two and a half years construction along Shepherd blocked the driveway of Tila's Restaurante and Bar. Forty foot-deep wells were dug in the eatery's parking lot. Dust and sand destroyed the building's air conditioning vents. People stopped driv...