Monthly Archives: May 2016

One Year In: How Bacon Helped B&B Butchers Become One Of Houston’s Buzziest Restaurants- EATER Houston

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Since B&B Butchers and Restaurant opened its doors last May, Houstonians have flocked in droves to experience the uniqueness that sets this modern concept apart from the sea of boring, old-school steakhouses. As the restaurant closes in on its one-year anniversary, Eater caught up with B&B Butchers owner Benjamin Berg to talk everything from managing the crowd, finding the perfect cut of meat and what else – bacon, bacon and more bacon. READ MORE AT EATER HOUSTON

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LET’S EAT: THE CRAB LOUIS SALAD AT B&B BUTCHERS- ABC 13

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B&B Butchers is a favorite new restaurant among Houstonians. Executive Chef Tommy Elbashary shares one of his most popular items on their lunch menu, Crab Louis Salad. The secret’s in the dressing! READ MORE AT ABC 13

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THE BEST ROOFTOP BARS IN HOUSTON- THRILLIST

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While Houston has no shortage of patios at which to get your buzz on, cool rooftops and next-level terraces are slightly harder to pinpoint. That doesn’t mean these unicorns don’t exist; you just need to know which rainbows to follow. We scoured the skies to bring you the most excellent above-ground, open-air drinking spots. In the words of your dad who is absolutely up-to-date with modern trends: let’s “raise the roof.” READ MORE AT THRILLIST

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Give Dad the Treat He Really Wants

Celebrate Father’s day with our perfectly packaged To-Go Menus. You can’t go wrong with one of these hand picked selections!

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Meet movers and shakers of Houston wine scene- Houston Chronicle

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Despite our oil-price doldrums, the Houston wine scene keeps hopping, and it’s way past time for me to get you caught up on the latest comings and goings. If you know wine folks, you know they’re always reinventing themselves, which usually means changing jobs. Some of the folks I’m dishing about today, none more so than Rick Jamail, are flat-out legends in the local market, and others are new. But you need to meet them, too, and it’s a given they are being welcomed as family because that’s just how wine people act in Houston. READ MORE AT THE HOUSTON

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