Your guide to holiday meals.
Some of you may be wondering, "When is Easter?" And I bet those of you who gave something up for Lent know exactly when Easter is (you've been counting down the days). Well, this special holiday is Sunday, April 20, and the best way to celebrate any weekend holiday is with brunch, no?. Many restaur ... More >>
Eliminate some of the holiday stress this year by letting some of the best Houston chefs serve you and your family on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. After you've finished shopping, decorated the house and welcomed all of your family members into your home, you deserve a scrumptious meal prepared b ... More >>
Sugar Land finally has a traditional Brazilian restaurant.
Houston is home to many Brazilian Churrascarias. Fogo de Chao and Chama Gaucha come to mind as the more well-known of the bunch, with places like Nelore, Tradicao, Angus Brazilian, and Pradaria spread out around town. With the opening of Colorado-based Tucanos Brazilian Grill (16535 Southwest Free ... More >>
Try a topsy-turvy Brazilian burger.
"Luke!! I am your bad-luck charm!!"If ever there were a sporting event that was tailor-made for watching in a sports bar with a room full of diehard fans, it's World Cup soccer.It's the one sporting event that takes a pretty easily graspable concept for the casual fan (put ball in goal -- and in ... More >>
Sushi and churrasco isn't an odd combination at Pradaria.
That's Your Big Boy If the three-martini lunch was the status symbol of the go-go '80s (Gordon Gekko and all that), then surely the steakhouse dinner replete with a bottle of Opus One and a finishing cigar was the defining dish of the naughty '00s (pronounced "aughties" by the way). Su ... More >>
The Brazilian churrascaria, an all-you-can-eat parade of steaks, chops and sausages, makes its way to Montrose
Avenida Paulista Churrascaria should please carnivores and vegetarians alike
Emporio Brazilian Café
Emporio Brazilian Café scores with home cooking
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A Mexican group plans to launch an Argentine grill that suits American tastes
An East Coast company launches an "improvisational grill" that merrily swipes cooking methods from other countries
At the lip-smacking Fogo de Chão, it's all meat, all the time