Monthly Archives: June 2016

What to Eat and Drink in Houston on the Fourth of July- Houston Press

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Traditional Fourth Of July Foods and a Swank View Of the Fireworks at B&B Butchers, 1814 Washington We recently complimented B&B Butchers on the fabulous view of downtownfrom their second-floor patio and can’t imagine a better way to take advantage of it than during the Fourth of July fireworks. There is a bit of a catch, in that there’s an $85 food and drink minimum, but hey, at least the view is free. The party includes live music and diners will keep cool under the newly-installed fans. Indulge in upscale versions of traditional July 4th foods, like Wagyu hot dogs,

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RSVP for 4th of July at B&B

On Monday, July 4th, B&B will be closed for lunch and open at 4pm for dinner. Book your reservation on the second floor dining room or rooftop patio for a festive, Independence Day celebration and enjoy the following: Live music Great rooftop view of the downtown Houston fireworks Order from B&B’s regular dinner menu or enjoy our 4th of July specials: 100% Texas Wagyu Hot Dogs, Hamburgers and a Fried Chicken Plate ($85 food and beverage minimum per person – tax and gratuity not included) The Butcher Shop will be open all day (10am-6pm) on Monday, July 4th to pick

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HOUSTON’S BEST LUNCH SPOTS TO GET YOU OUT OF THE OFFICE- THRILLIST

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You know where to brunch; you know where to dine solo; hell, you even have a Burger Bucket List to bring your stomach to a state of zen. But do you know where to find Houston’s creamiest of the crop, the most “Screw this spreadsheet, I’m taking a lunch break!” lunches? Well, we put together a lineup of them, so now you do. Whether you want stacked deli sandwiches that give you lockjaw, or leisurely cafes where you can laze the day away, Houston’s finest lunch purveyors are ready to feed you NOW (if it’s lunchtime). READ MORE AT THRILLIST

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Second Chances: We Give Five Houston Restaurants Another Opportunity to Impress Us- Houston Press

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Some new restaurants seem charmed from the start. They open their doors, the food is great, the staff is well-trained and everything simply runs smoothly. Those restaurants, however, are very few and far between. Most need a few months to work the kinks out. Some may need even longer and aren’t prepared when our reviewers sweep through with their critical eyes and high expectations. The reasons vary. Maybe there was an early change in chefs. Perhaps it was a complicated dining concept that took a while to iron out. They could have been unavoidably understaffed. READ MORE AT THE HOUSTON

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B&B Butchers Celebrate Their 1 Year Anniversary!

Check out some of the fun shots from our recent 1 Year Anniversary Party below! Photo Credit: Daniel Ortiz Photography

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