2 hours ago | Restaurant Reviews
At Gumbo Jeaux’s on Durham Drive, there are about 30 assorted bottles of hot sauce on a shelf under the iced-tea dispensers. Hardly anyone ever fetches one, because dishes rarely lack for heat. There’s enough cayenne in the blackening seasoning mi...
22 hours ago | Restaurant News
Houston-area restaurant professionals were stricken on Sunday with the news that one of their finest has unexpectedly passed away. Ryan Roberts, who has been the general manager of Cullen’s American Grille & Whisk(e)y Bar since it opened seven...
1 day ago | 100 Favorite Dishes
Back in 2011, Minh T. Truong wrote an article for the Houston Press entitled, “The Best And The Worst: Frenchy’s Chicken.” It compared the fried chicken at the original location at 3919 Scott to a suburban one in Southwest Houston. The upshot was ...
5 days ago | 100 Favorite Dishes
Phaedra Cook is eating her way through Houston and counting down her 100 favorite dishes of 2015. It's a collection of personal favorites that is also indicative of Houston dining. It's a scene where a vast range of dishes coexist: highbrow and lo...
5 days ago | Special Events
For the past 27 years, national nonprofit Taste Of The Nation has raised money to help fund the organization No Kid Hungry and its partners. Houston has had its own Taste Of The Nation Event for 20 years and in 2014, it raised over $130,000. That ...
6 days ago | Books
For many, landing a book deal is a dream come true. As with many creative endeavors, actually doing the necessary work is harder that it looks. The creative team behind forthcoming book The Tacos of Texas is Austin-based authors Mando Rayo and Jar...