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What Dad Really Wants for Father’s Day

  This Father’s Day, give your dad the treat he deserves with an assortment of premium meats from B&B Butchers & Restaurant. Now accepting Father’s Day reservations, B&B Butchers will offer dad an elegant experience with delicious food and breathtaking views of the city. Read More.

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5 Sensational Houston Steakhouses

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  When it comes to meaty morsels, Houstonians are spoiled for choice. Locally owned chains like Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille thrive alongside one-off places such as Taste of Texas.There are chic options like La Table Cdhateau in the Galleria doing cognac-marinated tomahawk steaks flambéed and carved tableside, and neighborhood favorites like Reil Restaurant that sous-vide and slice up 48-ounce, bone-in rib-eyes served on rustic wooden platters. For the best prime cuts, however, there’s nothing like a true steakhouse experience, and, for that, you’ll want to visit one of these five exquisite establishments. Read More.

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Where to drink right now: 10 new Houston happy hours to start summer right

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If the Rockets have been bounced out of the playoffs and weather people are talking about the heat index, it can mean only one thing. Summer has arrived in Houston.  Read More.

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Houston Astros Stars and Their Wives Party at Tootsies in the Ultimate Team Up Event

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Forget the designer labels. Astros mania ruled at luxury retailer Tootsies when Lance McCullers Jr., Dallas Keuchel and Jose Altuve teamed up to raise funds for their favorite charities. The two World Series Champion pitchers and the 2017 American League MVP were joined by enough of their Astros brethren to practically fill the dugout at Minute Maid park. Read More.

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40 Under 40 honoree dishes on growing his restaurant business

Houstonians enjoy steak a different way than New Yorkers.  “New Yorkers expect steak on a plate and a lot of age,” Benjamin Berg told the Houston Business Journal. “They expect the classics to be done perfect. In Houston, there’s a huge demand in age, but you don’t have a big dry-aging culture.” Read More

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