Category Archives: Happenings

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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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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B&B Hosts Glenmorangie Scotch Dinner with Special Guest and Brand Ambassador, Dan Crowell

The Glenmorangie Scotch Dinner will be held on June 6, 2016. The event will feature special guest and Brand Ambassador, Dan Crowell from Glenmorangie. Each course will be paired with a hand selected Scotch. The dinner will be $155 per person and space is limited. Call 713.862.1814 to reserve your spot.

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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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6-Course Wine Dinner with Award-Winning Winemaker Bob Egelhoff

  B&B Butchers & Restaurant is hosting award-winning winemaker, Bob Egelhoff, for an exclusive presentation and six-course wine dinner on Monday, May 9. Wine enthusiasts will enjoy a handpicked variety that Bob will masterfully pair with B&B Butchers carefully crafted dishes. Highlights include B&B’s famous Dry-Aged Sirloin paired with a 2009 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, and the “Butchers Butter” Ribeye Cap paired with a signed 2007 Magnum of Two World’s Red Wine. Known as one of the best winemakers in California, Bob Egelhoff has made wine for Harlan, Merryvale, Pahlmeyer, Staglin and Robert Craig over the years. While the winemaker at

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