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.
21 hours ago | Restaurant News
There is much to love about the new poke spot, Laki Fish, from restaurateur Mike Tran, the mastermind behind Chinatown favorites Tiger Den (its direct neighbor), Mein, Night Market and Ohn Korean. It's actually in its soft opening phase, as ...
2 days ago | Dining Deals
This week all eyes are on the Houston Astros as they take on the Yankees in the 2017 American League Championship Series, and with that in mind let's talk game day food steals, shall we? Here are five Houston restaurants with some of the best...
2 days ago | Stuff You Should Know About
I’ll Have What She’s Having, an all-female organization of chefs,restaurateurs, hospitality professionals and physicians bringing awareness (and funds) to women's health issues after Harvey via a series of monthly pop-ups, has raised more than $5,...
2 days ago | Lists
It seems like it would be an easy task, but no, whittling down the numerous gross and mesmerizing horror film food scenes is a relatively difficult task. There are classics, of course, that most horror fans will immediately point to: Dinner ...
6 days ago | Restaurant News
Six weeks out from Harvey and questions about the fate of Houston's restaurant industry still loom. Will we start seeing more restaurants closing in the coming months? There's no telling just how many restaurants are hanging on by a thread. Jonath...
6 days ago | Booze
Restaurants and bars in the Heights dry zone could shed annoying alcohol sale restrictions if all goes well on Election Day, November 7. The Houston Heights Restaurant Coalition (HHRC), which collected more than 1,500 signatures to get ...