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The 10 Best Steakhouses in Houston

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When this place opened in 2015, it was the ambitious new guy with the audacity to take on Houston’s long-established big guns. Today it’s hard to have a conversation about steak in this city without acknowledging what B&B has become: a Houston steakhouse experience par excellence. Owner Benjamin Berg took all the elements that make an extraordinary steakhouse and merged them under one roof. Butchering and dry-aging are done on site. Menu options abound, ranging from classics like center-cut filets, to 55-day dry-aged Prime ribeyes, to the king of all meats, the certified Kobe beef from Japan. Add in a

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Where to get Thanksgiving dinner to go in Houston

Thanksgiving take-away includes brined, ready-to-cook turkey ($6 per pound); roasted prime rib (including pommes puréeand Yorkshire pudding) for $300 for half or $550 for whole; traditional sides ($60-$110) and pumpkin, pecan, apple crumb and key lime pies for $35 each. Orders must be received 24 hours in advance for pick up beginning Nov. 20 through Thanksgiving morning at 1814 Washington. Read More. 

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Houston’s Best Thanksgiving Day Dining Options

The holiday season is just around the corner, and that means planning an epic Thanksgiving Day dinner complete with turkey, sides, and all the trimmings. Or, instead of taking on this massive day of cooking, you could just leave it up to the professionals. Skip this dishes this year and head to one of these Houston restaurants for Thanksgiving lunch, brunch, or dinner. From the traditional holiday spread to Afghan fare, these eateries are serving up Turkey Day’s best dining options. Read More.

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Houston restaurants open on Thanksgiving Day 2018

Thanksgiving Day dinner is a celebration. For the home cook, it can also be a logistical challenge. If you don’t feel like cooking or baking, these Houston restaurants will be open and most will be serving traditional holiday fare. We recommend reserving a table soon, as many of them are booking up quickly. Read More. 

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Where to Dine in Houston for Thanksgiving 2018

This Turkey Day, ditch the thankless labor and pile of dishes that appears right when all you want to do is get off your feet, eat some pie and take a nap. Houston-area restaurants are ready to do the cooking, which lets you enjoy a meal out on the town instead of a day of labor. Our annual list of Thanksgiving dine-in optionsfeatures an abundance of traditional, international, and rustic fare to suit any holiday mood. We’ll update this article with additional options as we get more information from the restaurants. Prefer to dine at home? Watch for our forthcoming

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