Monthly Archives: November 2016

Eat This Now: Houston’s 30 Essential Dishes

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Zagat by Ellie Sharp   A gift of a whole white truffle led chef Tommy Elbashary to develop this decadent appetizer made with white truffle–infused honey, Spanish blue cheese and house-cured, thick-cut bacon. Read More 

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Houston’s Thanksgiving Guide: 10 Restaurants With Great To-Go Feasts — and Pies

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  PaperCity by Jailyn Marcel – We’ve finally reached the time of year where grocery stores morph into a scene from The Hunger Games. Bumper carts commence as shoppers scurry to track down the most pristine turkey and scavenge the aisles for must-have holiday ingredients. Not to mention the hours spent in the kitchen after leaving said madhouse. This Thanksgiving, leave the hard work to the pros with a grab-and-go feast. From roasted turkey and prime rib to festive sides and vegan desserts, here’s your comprehensive guide to ordering the perfect Thanksgiving meal. B&B BUTCHERS & RESTAURANT  1814 Washington Avenue, 832.767.4828, bbbutchers.com 

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Houston Restaurants open for Thanksgiving dinner and to-go orders

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Houston Chron by Greg Morago – B&B Butchers & Restaurant: Thanksgiving dinner will be offered from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The prix fixe menu includes first course choices (butternut squash soup or mixed garden salad), second course (roasted prime rib or roasted turkey), side dishes (Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, corn souffle), and dessert (pumpkin pie, pecan pie, apple crisp). Price is $55 per person ($25 for children 12 and under). For more information or reservations call 713-862-1814, 1814 Washington; bbbutchers.com All eyes are on the most important family meal of the year. But maybe you don’t want to cook.

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Hotspots in Houston for Patio Weather!

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Goodtaste – KPRC – by Tanji on November 12, 2016. Seasonal dishes from around H-Town, PLUS all places with awesome patios to enjoy this cooler weather! Check out new offerings from Masraff’s, B&B Butchers and Craft Grill, along with wine finds from H-E-B and a special sale on a certain crowd-pleasing varietal to share…

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Houston’s Super Bowl Transformation, and how you can benefit

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HOUSTON (KTRK) — In less than three months, Houston will be rolling out the red carpet for the Super Bowl. A lot has changed around the Bayou City since the last the last time we hosted the big game, back in 2004. “We are definitely looking to wow every visitor that comes to the city,” A.J. Mistretta of Visit Houston said. Mistretta believes the city is more prepared than ever to host a party of this magnitude, citing better infrastructure and new event spaces. “When we hosted the super bowl back in 2004, discovery green didn’t actually exist,” he explained.

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