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Bryan Caswell: No Pity

11 years ago by Katharine Shilcutt
Last night, half of Houston tuned in to watch Chef Bryan Caswell of REEF and Little Big's represent the Bayou City on the Food Network's newest show: Next Iron Chef. I didn't watch it. I was catcalling people from the back of a banquet room at the Hilton during the...
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Houston's Hottest Chefs: Bryan Caswell

11 years ago by Lennie Ambrose
Whether you think he is actually hot or not, there are few chefs (heck, people!) who elicit a passionate response like Bryan Caswell. Love him or hate him, the Reef, Little Big's and Stella Sola boss was a Food & Wine Magazine's "Best New Chef" and has even walked a...
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Bryan Caswell: Houston's Best New Chef

12 years ago by Katharine Shilcutt
Bryan Caswell, who was just named one of Food & Wine's Best New Chefs of 2009, took to Twitter immediately after the official announcement to share his joy with the world.  Past recipients of the Best New Chef award, which recognizes rising culinary stars across the United States, have included such influential chefs as...
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Where the Chefs Eat: Bryan Caswell, Randy Evans, Danny Trace

9 years ago by Mai Pham
In Houston, the restaurant community is so tight that everyone has worked together in some shape or form over the years. For this week's Where the Chefs Eat, we check in with chefs Bryan Caswell, Randy Evans and Danny Trace. Evans is affiliated with a bunch of local chefs thanks...
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Bryan Caswell Comes to the Food Network Along with Several New Shows

10 years ago by Katharine Shilcutt
By now, the news that Houston's own Bryan Caswell will have his own four-episode show on the Food Network has worked its buzzy way through Twitter, Facebook and the rest of the Internet. Starting in May, the busy chef will be hosting a run of food competition-themed shows called Best...
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Bryan Caswell Defends Houston on Eatocracy, But Can We Defend Ourselves?

11 years ago by Katharine Shilcutt
In 2002, Houston officially became a Zagat guide-less city. Teresa Byrne-Dodge, editor and publisher of My Table Magazine, told the Houston Press at that time how the folks at Zagat -- based in New York City -- had not only snubbed her after 14 years of involvement as a contributor...
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Openings and Closings: Another Roastery, Another BierHaus, Bryan Caswell Pops Up

2 years ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
The Roastery Coffee Kitchen, 5895 San Felipe, had its grand opening April 8. This is its third location and Flagship store, attached to the H-E-B. The concept launched last year with Jason Giagrande and the rest of the  FOUR J team, chefs Jonathan Waxman, Jimmy Bradley and Joey Campanaro, who have...
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Robb Walsh + Bryan Caswell + Bill Floyd = Reef Gone Tex-Mex?

11 years ago by Katharine Shilcutt
By now, most people have heard the news that our own former food critic, Robb Walsh, is partnering with Bryan Caswell and Bill Floyd -- the team behind Reef, Stella Sola and Little Big's -- to open a Tex-Mex joint in Montrose. But not just anywhere in Montrose: in the...
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Openings and Closings: Caswells Depart Oxbow , Holman Draft Hall Opens

3 years ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Holman Draft Hall, 820 Holman, opened January 19, as reported by CultureMap Houston. The large, light-filled beer hall from the Kirby Group will feature a wide variety of beers and wines on tap, with a three-zone cooler keeping the kegs at optimum temps of 32, 45, and 55 degrees, depending on...

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