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Chris Shepherd Tests Positive for Coronavirus

7 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Houston's much loved and respected chef, Chris Shepherd, announced in an Instagram post Thursday that he has tested positive for the coronavirus. Shepherd, who operates a number of restaurants in Houston under the Underbelly Hospitality umbrella including UB Preserv, Georgia James, Hay Merchant and One Fifth, is known almost as...
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Openings and Closings: Chris Shepherd Fires Up Another Concept, MARCH Madness Arrives

2 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Underbelly Hospitality will open a 5,000 square foot restaurant from James Beard Award-winning chef and restaurateur Chris Shepherd in late 2021. Regent Square, an urban infill development near Buffalo Bayou Park and Allen Parkway, led with the announcement of Shepherd as a tenant promising more surprises to come. The Phase...
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Watch Chris Shepherd on Jimmy Kimmel Live

1 year ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Houston's star chef and restaurateur, Chris Shepherd, will be cooking his Korean Braised Goat and Dumplings on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Tuesday, December 3. The dish is one he has made  numerous times and is featured in his first cookbook, Cook Like a Local. The cookbook is a collaboration with writer...
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Chris Shepherd Opens Georgia James Tonight

3 years ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Houston restaurateur, chef and all-around wonder-boy, Chris Shepherd, is opening his highly-anticipated steakhouse, Georgia James tonight. Yes, this very evening. The James Beard Award-winning Shepherd opens the new restaurant in the space which formerly housed his flagship restaurant, Underbelly. He closed that restaurant in March, much to the grumblings of...
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Chef Gone Wild: Chris Shepherd Has Big Plans for One Fifth

1 year ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Chris Shepherd is not a man to rest on his laurels. He was named Best Chef in the World by The Robb Report in 2019. He owns and operates four successful restaurant concepts in Houston. He released his cookbook, co-written with Kaitlyn Goalen, Cook Like a Local, last year and...
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Chris Shepherd and Team Have A Lot On Their Plates in 2018

3 years ago by Kate McLean
Chris Shepherd is playing the game of Westheimer Monopoly. Starting in April 2018 he aims to flip the restaurants concepts of Underbelly and One Fifth: Steak and introduce the new One Fifth: Mediterranean. Underbelly is downsizing and re-shaping its theme, One Fifth: Steak is being reincarnated as Georgia James at...
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September Literary Events: Colson Whitehead, Chris Shepherd and Zines

2 years ago by Susie Tommaney
Houstonians play a major role in the literary scene this month, with a visit by former UH teacher Colson Whitehead, a return of Zine Fest Houston, and even a new cookbook by Chris Shepherd. So stop by your favorite indie bookseller and say hello, pick up a book or two or three,...
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Chef Chat, Part 2: Chris Shepherd of Underbelly

7 years ago by Phaedra Cook
There are very few chefs in the United States who can describe what it's like to win a James Beard award. As we discussed yesterday, Chris Shepherd is one of them, but success doesn't seem to have spoiled him yet. Most of the time, he's where he's always been for...
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Chef Chat, Part 1: Chris Shepherd of Underbelly

7 years ago by Phaedra Cook
Chris Shepherd won the James Beard award for Best Chef: Southwest earlier this year. He is the first Houston chef to do so since Robert del Grande won in 1992, and has helped thrust our culinary scene into the national spotlight. Shepherd's story is of a chef who has taken...

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