Bernard Brunon

  • Blogs

    November 27, 2009

    Bernard Says "Hi" and "Pass the Dumplings"

    ​We met Bernard Brunon for dim sum at Empress Pavillion restaurant in Los Angeles Chinatown last week. After 18 years in Houston, the French artist accepted a job offer in Tinseltown a couple of years ago. Bernard was a familiar fixture on the Houston arts scene, and he told me to say "hi" to ... More >>

  • Dining

    November 22, 2007

    Bistro Provence

    The second generation of the Guy family has taken over at the popular French bistro on Memorial

  • Dining

    September 20, 2007

    Brasserie Max and Julie

    We love to see classic French food in Houston, but we complain bitterly if it isn't just like what we had in Paris

  • Dining

    March 15, 2007

    Las Fabulosas Taco Trucks

    To sample the best tacos in the city, you have to order in Spanglish and eat standing up in the parking lot

  • Dining

    August 24, 2006

    Taco-Truck Gourmet

    The best sweetbreads in the city are served behind the Airline Drive farmers' market

  • Blogs

    August 23, 2006

    Taco Truck Disappears, Reappears

    Photos by Robb Walsh Taqueria Tacambaro behind the Farmers Market on Airline. Houston artist and French-born gourmet Bernard Brunon was so impressed by the tripe and sweetbreads at Taqueria Tacambaro, the taco truck behind Caninos Produce on Airline, that he went back a few days later. He called ... More >>

  • Dining

    February 24, 2005

    It's Le Bombe

    A new restaurant has Republican bigwigs dancing on the grave of the French boycott

  • Culture

    January 6, 2005

    Drawn Together

    Artists collaborate in the CAMH's "Amalgama"

  • Culture

    May 22, 2003

    The Center of the Universe

    Must artists move to New York to make it big?

  • Culture

    May 31, 2001

    Blue Mood

    Juke joints and the decay of time: Project Row Houses has a contagious case of the blues

  • News

    March 19, 1998

    Absolutely for Sale

    Dear jaded consumer: These two Houston artists are now competing for your attention. They sell ads, they're making a vodka billboard, and their client list includes Budweiser and Target. They call it art, but what advertisers want to know is, will it work