Category Archives: Happenings

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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Where to Dine in Houston This Mother’s Day 2018

Mother’s Day is coming up on Sunday, May 13; and what better way to celebrate all the moms in your life than with a tasty meal that you don’t have to clean up? From kid-friendly brunch buffets to chic hotspots offering prix fixe dining experiences, here’s where to celebrate Mother’s Day in Houston this year: Read More. 

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Foodie-friendly Dining Out for Life benefiting AIDS research set for Thursday

Forty Houston restaurants are participating in this year’s Dining Out for Life, a national fundraiser for AIDS Foundation Houston on Thursday, April 26. On that day the restaurants have pledged to donate a percentage of sales to the foundation which provides services to nearly 6,000 men, women, and children affected by HIV/AIDS. Read More. 

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Upcoming Houston Food Events: Houston Black Restaurant Week is Here

Mark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss these deliciously fun culinary happenings: Houston Black Restaurant Week is taking place now through Sunday, April 29. Read More. 

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Proudly Serving Snake River Farms

B&B’s newest “Cellar Cut” titled Butcher’s Butter is made with American Wagyu Gold Grade Ribeye Cap from Snake River Farms in American Falls, Idaho. Check out this video of Executive Chef Tommy Elbashary preparing the dish, which was formerly an off-the-menu special based on availability. Because of Snake River Farms, it is now a permanent dinner menu item offered in Houston and Fort Worth and quickly becoming one of the most popular cuts! 

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