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New Restaurants in Houston

on February 18th, 2014
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Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette in Houston, TX

 

by Marene Gustin

 

Hungry Houstonians, you’re in luck — you have more dining choices than ever before, as there are many new restaurants worth a visit in Space City. 

At the trendy West Ave. multi-use center in Upper Kirby, two new eateries are now open. Nara, a Korean/Japanese restaurant from chef Donald Chang that opened in the old Katsuya space, blends the flavors of Chang’s native country with his experience as a sushi chef in Houston. Over in the next building, Food Network Star Susie Jimenez has opened Trenza in the former Alto space upstairs from Del Frisco’s Grille. The name means “braid” and is a nod to the fusion food she offers: a blend of her native Latin cuisine with Indian and Asian twists.

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Kohler chocolates at the Fancy Food Show (Credit: Kristan Lawson)

 

Batali, Fieri and Delmonico’s Exhibit Gourmet Foods

The Winter Fancy Food Show, which was recently held in San Francisco, featured thousands of booths representing food and drink companies. It was a great place to check out the next big culinary trends: Put your money on coconut, chia and gluten-free.


One interesting trend, visible in full-force at the Fancy Food Show, finds famous chefs branching out into retail and otherwise expanding their public platforms. Living in the era of the celebrity chef gives us easy access to their genius, even right at home.

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Follow Roland Garros 2012 on Tennis Channel

by Sophie Gayot


If you cannot make it to Paris for Roland Garros, also known as the French Open, you can still follow the action on live television. Those in the U.S. can tune in to the Tennis Channel, which will offer round-the-clock coverage of the two-week French Open starting on May 27. Their high definition broadcast of tennis’ largest and most prestigious clay-court competition begins at 10 a.m. EST on weekdays and 5 a.m. EST on the weekend. A nightly recap will run from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. EST on weekdays, 3 p.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday and 4 p.m.-7 p.m. on Sunday.

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Houston Restaurant Week

on August 09th, 2010
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17 restaurant in Houston, TX

by Meryl Pearlstein


They say everything is bigger in Texas, which may explain why Houston Restaurant Week runs a whopping three weeks. Continuing until August 21, diners at about 130 area restaurants can enjoy three- and four-course dinners for $35 per person (not including beverages, tax or gratuity). Participating restaurants pledge to donate $5 from each special dinner sold to the Houston Food Bank, which feeds a total of 137,000 Texans each week. Select restaurants will also offer two-course lunch menus for $20, donating $3 of each lunch sold to the charity. Participating restaurants include RDG + Bar Annie, 17, Gravitas, and Haven.


Established in 2003, Houston Restaurant Week has already raised $356,000. Reservations are required. For more information, visit www.houstonrestaurantweek.com.

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One of the dining areas at Brennan’s of Houston

By Becky Sauer

 

The good times are rolling once again at Brennan’s of Houston, which closed after a fire during Hurricane Ike in 2008. This staple of fine dining in Houston, and sister restaurant to New Orleans’ Commander’s Palace, underwent a 17-month renovation to re-create much of the original ambience of the historic building and re-opened for dinner service just in time for Mardi Gras.

 

 

 

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