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    Robb's Review: On the Menu

    @ Eating Our Words by Houston Press on July 17, 2007 @ 4:24 pm
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    Then, Lunch at Burger King!

    @ Eating Our Words by Houston Press on July 12, 2007 @ 6:32 pm
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    Divine Vin

    Usually, I'm not much for a side of gimmick when I dine. So I was delightfully surprised at how well "The World's Tiniest Desserts" work at Vin, the latest highbrow addition to the Theater District. Once the dinner plates were cleared, the waiter...

    by Chris Vogel on August 23, 2007
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    Tampico Seafood & Cocina Mexicana - Hide and Seek

    You won't find the mojarra a la plancha ($14.99) on the menu at Tampico Seafood & Cocina Mexicana (2115 Airline, 713-862-8425). But you will find mention of it on the delivery truck that sits outside the restaurant, which proudly proclaims "Home of R...

    by Paul Galvani on August 23, 2007
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    CUE & CUSHION - VICKY'S LEMONADE

    I head over to the Cue & Cushion (510 Shepherd, 713-861-7644) to mull over a bomb that someone dropped on me; without going into specifics, I'd say the half-life of this news is about five years. Needless to say, I want to be left alone, and what bet...

    by Ryan McAuley on August 23, 2007
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    Brit-Indi is the New Tex-Mex

    @ Eating Our Words by Houston Press on July 10, 2007 @ 10:37 am
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    Monarch Restaurant - Fit for a King (Almost)

    With a royal moniker like Monarch Restaurant and a chef named Bradley Manchester, you might expect this place to be serving steak and kidney pie, bangers and mash and some nice trifle for afters. 'Ow's that sound, ducky? Well, sorry, Anglophiles....

    by Eric Gerber on August 16, 2007
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    5 Wines That Will Blow Your Mind

    Mockingbird Bistro is famous for unpretentious dishes like a big honking Kobe hamburger and crispy French fries. So it's no wonder that their wine stewardess, Marcy Jimenez, isn't all that interested in pleasing the wine snobs. Here's her take on wi...

    by Robb Walsh on August 16, 2007
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    Killen's Steakhouse - Watch for Slurpers

    The crme brle bread pudding ($7) at Killen's Steakhouse (2804 Main, Pearland, 281-485-0844) is so good, patrons like to lick up every last drop of sauce. Ronnie Killen does a masterful job of combining buttery croissants with the creamy custard of...

    by Paul Galvani on August 16, 2007
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    KELVIN ARMS - LIMON LIBRE

    I make it to a friend's shindig in the vault of the Kelvin Arms (2424 Dunstan, 713-528-5002) and discover that I know only a handful of the 40 people here. So while everyone else mingles, I grab a chair and sit against the wall with an old friend --...

    by Ryan McAuley on August 16, 2007
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    This week in Caf: T-Bone Tom's in Kemah

    During Prohibition, Kemah was a town of ill-repute, a place where Houstonians could easily find alcohol, gambling and prostitution. The Edgewater Casino was the hub of the waterfront action. In 1950, a restaurant called Jimmie Walker's Edgewater Rest...

    @ Eating Our Words by Houston Press on July 3, 2007 @ 2:40 pm
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    Taking the Family to Pico's

    So my aunt Libby is in town from Atlanta with my two cousins, 13-year-old Kevin and 14-year-old Joshua. To celebrate, my grandparents took her family and mine - my wife Jacqueline, soon-to-be-11-year-old son John Henry and two-year-old daughter Harri...

    @ Eating Our Words by Houston Press on July 2, 2007 @ 5:28 pm
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    On Top of Spaghetti - At Antonio's Flying Pizza, we ponder what cheese pizzas and cheese enchiladas have in common

    Everybody loves cheese," Antonio Rosa, the owner of Antonio's Flying Pizza on Hillcroft, told me as I leaned over the counter to watch him make pizzas. The pizza he was cutting was piled high with meat and dripping with melted mozzarella. "But all th...

    by Robb Walsh on August 9, 2007
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    Bamboo Garden - Tater Tots (NOT)

    At first glance, the crispy chili baby corn ($6) at Inchin's Bamboo Garden (14025 Southwest Freeway, 713-529-2245) looks a lot like Tater Tots. One taste, however, and you'll know you're eating something else entirely something a whole lot spicier...

    by Paul Galvani on August 9, 2007
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    TILA'S - MICHELADA

    I'm not a fan of complimentary valet, so I park on the street between Tila's (1111 S. Shepherd, 713-522-7654) and a neighborhood "no pooping" sign. It's here that we see a terrier smaller than his owner's engagement ring fertilizing the sidewalk....

    by Ryan McAuley on August 9, 2007
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    Free Waffle Fries

    "A one-year supply of free Chick-fil-A Combo Meals (52 coupons) will be awarded to each of the first 100 adults, age 18 and older with identification," says the press release. "The line can begin forming up to 24 hours prior to the opening." Person...

    @ Eating Our Words by Houston Press on June 27, 2007 @ 4:24 pm
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    This week in Caf: La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant

    After a day of errands and chores, our group was sweaty and hungry. We were clad in dirty shorts, flip-flops and the like, and we had an unruly infant in tow. Our destination was a Mexican restaurant called Cantina Laredo at Wilcrest and Westheimer. ...

    @ Eating Our Words by Houston Press on June 26, 2007 @ 2:34 pm
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    Endless CFS

    My e-mail box is filling up fast. "Robb, have you tried the CFS at the Old West in Denton? It is probably the best one I have ever eaten," wrote David Luna. Burleigh Nevills wrote, "Beef N bun restaurant on West Fuqua wasn't on your list....hmmm." An...

    @ Eating Our Words by Houston Press on June 25, 2007 @ 10:31 am
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    We Heart CFS

    Chicken fried steak lovers, this must be your week. And it isn't just because the current Press features 25 choice locations for CFS. Daniel Kramer Nope, as an added bonus, we learn from the New York Times today that Houston's own Memo...

    @ Eating Our Words by Houston Press on June 22, 2007 @ 5:52 pm
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    Mom's Hand Restaurant - Inside the Komart store on Gessner, you'll find Korean food like Mom used to make

    I leaned forward over the bowl full of deep red broth and springy noodles to keep them from dripping all over. I even tried to fend off the soup splatters with a paper napkin. It worked for a while. But eventually I became so engrossed in the chewy K...

    by Robb Walsh on August 2, 2007
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