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New and notable on the Houston restaurant scene

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Houston Chronicle by Greg Morago B&B Butchers & Restaurant, 1814 Washington, is shaking up a new, $14 limited-edition cocktail called The Gold, the Bad and the Ugly through Saturday. Created by bar manager Jeremiah Butler, it utilizes Houston-based gourmet food purveyor DR Delicacy’s new line of edible gold. The drink is a mix of Maker’s Mark 46, Cynar (an Italian aperitif) and orange bitters that is poured into a martini glass rimmed with gold crumbs and garnished with a gold flake-dusted Morello cherry from France. Read More

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A Newcomers Guide to Houston Restaurants: The Best Barbecue, Burgers, Crawfish & More

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Papercity Mag by Jailyn Marcel STEAK: You can find an upscale steak dinner at Pappas Bros. Steakhouse or Killen’s Steakhouse in the Pearland suburb, but for a who’s who crowd in the center of the city, head to River Oaks District’s Steak 48 or B&B Butchers & Restaurant in the Washington Corridor. Read More

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What restaurants in Houston looked like a decade ago

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If you’re obsessed with before and after renovation photos, then you’ll really enjoy this. Read More

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Where Drake & Beyonce Hang in Houston: Super Bowl LI Dining & Nightlife Guide

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Billboard by Michele Meyer Houston-born Beyoncé, Jay Z and Blue Ivy regularly rent a private room at downtown’s B&B Butchers & Restaurant to feast on bellinis, wagyu carpaccio and crème brûlée. Read More 

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17 OG Servers to Know in Houston

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Zagat by Ellie Sharp Michael Khatib at B&B Butchers Khatib began his career as a 14-year-old dishwasher and later fish scaler at a small seafood restaurant in Israel where he worked through college. After moving to Houston in 1986, he was on opening teams for restaurants from the Cordua family, Lynn Steakhouse (1998–2004), John George (2004–2011) and Triniti (2011–2015). Read More

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