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Best Of Houston® 2020: Best Montrose Bar

7 months ago by Houston Press
Best Montrose Bar: The Flat Hanging at this funky Montrose house-turned-lounge, quite simply, just feels good. It’s dim, but warm all at the same time, and the soulful music is always on point, like a refreshing drink that really hits the spot—they have those too. Rums from all around: Bermuda,...
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Upcoming Houston Food Events: Memorial City Launches its Inaugural Restaurant Weeks

6 months ago by Brooke Viggiano
Mark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss these deliciously fun culinary happenings: Memorial City will launch its month-long Memorial City Restaurant Weeks campaign on Sunday, March 1, showcasing specially-curated lunches and dinners from top area restaurants, with a portion of the price of each meal benefiting the Memorial...
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This Week in Houston Food Events: The Crawfish Croissant is Here

5 months ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: Seasonal specials Crawfish Croissant at EggHaus Gourmet EggHaus Gourmet, 2042 East T C Jester, has launched its Crawfish Croissant, a freshly-baked EggHaus croissant stuffed with rice and house-made crawfish étouffée. Get it now throughout crawfish season (roughly through the end of...
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Tips and Etiquette For Visiting A Cigar Lounge

1 year ago by Kate McLean
Often in dining, the final complement to a meal is a cigar. A digestif of sorts so intertwined with fine wine and spirits that cigar basics used to be required knowledge for those in pursuit of an MS from the Court of Master Sommeliers. As far as trends go, consumers...
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Openings and Closings: True Anomaly Brewing Opens, Veegos Mexican Vegan Debuts

1 year ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
True Anomaly Brewing Company, 2012 Dallas, opened its doors to the public February 20. The new brewery has one of the largest barrel rooms in Houston which is adjacent to the tap room. What started out as four guys in a garage, albeit rocket scientist, space suit-developing, mission-managing  type of...
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The Latinx Festival Continues at Stages Repertory Theatre

2 years ago by Margaret Downing
Even before last year's inaugural Sin Muros: A Latinx Theatre Festival was over, organizers were already working on plans for this year. First year attendance was "beyond our dreams," says this year's festival coordinator Trevor Boffone and the normal theater audience at Stages Repertory Theatre was bolstered by a lot...
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Guys & Dolls At the Hobby With a Latin Flair

2 years ago by Margaret Downing
Based on Damon Runyon short stories of the 1920s and '30s, Guys & Dolls has always seemed a most New York City kind of musical, roiling with that city's underworld even as updated to the '50s with '40s era zoot suits. Now the story of Nathan Detroit, Sarah Brown, Adelaide...
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Considering Houston's Frozen Golden Age at Dolce Neve

3 years ago by Nicholas L. Hall
As we sampled flavors at Dolce Neve Gelato one recent evening, the man behind the counter did a little sampling of his own, taking an impromptu survey of ice cream practices and preferences. As we rattled off a list of wildly disparate frozen treat emporia, it occurred to me that...
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Fashion and Irony Both Rich at MFAH's Oscar De La Renta Show

3 years ago by Randy Tibbits
Sometimes these days it’s hard to remember that museums aren’t fashion houses,

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