Monthly Archives: June 2019

Celebrate July 4th with a 3-Course Feast

Join us on the 4th of July for a festive, 3-course dinner and a great view of the Downtown Houston fireworks on our patio or in the parking lot! Reservations are recommended, call to book your table today – 713.862.1814!

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What’s Eric Eating: Upscale steakhouse owner’s H-Town takeover, plus getting down at an underground club

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On this week’s episode of “What’s Eric Eating,” Ben Berg joins CultureMap food editor to discuss Berg Hospitality Group, his rapidly growing crop of Houston restaurants. After his steakhouse B&B Butchers became a smash hit, Berg has added to his stable with B.B. Lemon, a casual hangout inspired by New York restaurant J.G. Melon; B.B. Italia, a family-friendly neighborhood restaurant in the greater Memorial area; a second location of B&B Butchers in Fort Worth; and, coming this fall, The Annie Café & Bar, a reworking of legendary Houston restaurant Cafe Annie in partnership with James Beard Award-winning chef Robert Del Grande. Read More.

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CultureMap: Houston steakhouse helps summer sizzle with mouthwatering to-go packages

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Try to name a more iconic duo than summertime and grilling. There’s a reason you can’t, because the lazy, hazy days (and nights) of summer were made for parties around the barbecue. If you’re ready to kick your grill-master skills up a notch, swing by B&B Butchers & Restaurant before you break out the tongs. From now through Labor Day, the butcher shop is featuring five amazing meat packages with its select cuts, Texas wagyu hot dogs and burgers, and famous thick-cut bacon.

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Houston Chronicle: How Benjamin Berg is Building a Houston Restaurant Empire

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When Benjamin Berg threw a one-year birthday party for his B&B Butchers & Restaurant, he treated Houston swells to a celebration that romanticized his New York City roots in grand fashion. He created a red carpet and awning in front of the steakhouse resembling the entrance to one of his favorite haunts, The Carlyle, the famed Upper East Side hotel where history and privilege live handsomely. He covered the walls with Ludwig Bemelmans illustrations. Spiral topiaries mimicked those at The Carlyle’s gilded doors. A tuxedo-clad big band played supper-club music. Cigarette girls in pillbox hats roamed the rooms. Cafe society came

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