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J. Black’s

On April 28, 2013 By

If I started out a post with “Ugh,” would you keep reading?  You guessed it, J. Black’s was that dismal. We first drove into the parking lot (which was 3/4 empty at 12:30 on a Sunday).  The Valet Parking guys ran up to us, requiring us to valet park for $3.00.  No self parking allowed, […]

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On this rainy day, I felt the need for a burger.  A comfort food lunch.  Like today is a great day for baking, too.  Mmmmm…warm chocolate chip cookies…. But that is a separate post.  Today I went to The Famous Tornado Burger of Spring Branch.  Don’t be confused with the established Tornado Burger of Stafford.  […]

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Eatsie Boys

On April 10, 2013 By

Eatsie Boys was strictly in the Food Truck business until recently.  They opened up their bricks and mortar spot on Montrose near the University of St. Thomas in the old Kraftsman Bakery spot.  Which I have always thought was a super cute spot — small red brick enclave with ivy crawling the bricks.  Picnic tables […]

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I had lunch today at Saint Arnold’s Brewing Company.   Didn’t know they served lunch?  Well, they just started a couple of weeks ago.  And it was pretty good!   They have one option per day (Monday-Friday).   The menu is posted on line so you can decide if you’d like to eat there that day, or plan […]

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Pizaro’s Pizza

On February 6, 2013 By

I love pizza.  I mean, really love pizza — love-affair love.  I might pick it as my only food to have on a deserted island (it would complete with chocolate, though).   So, when I continued hearing how fabulous Pizaro’s Pizza was, I was anxious to try it.  Pizaro’s is made in the Napolentana tradition […]

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Brooklyn Athletic Club

On February 6, 2013 By

On this rainy day, I visited the Brooklyn Athletic Club.  Through rain, clouds, and puddles, this place was still a bright spot.   Walking up to the front door you will find a roaring fire in a brick fire place.  Even on this 70 degree day, it was inviting.  Bocce ball and other lawn games […]

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Etoile Cuisine et Bar

On January 19, 2013 By

Etoile Cuisine et Bar is right about their formula.  Everything just works.   The atmosphere, the food, the menu, the staff, the energy, the patrons, the vibe.  This French eatery was fantastic.  The new-ish French restaurant in Uptown Park is located in the old Andre Tellier Cafe location. I liked the decor — white and […]

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The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey is right on the edge of downtown Houston.  You can sit on the deck and look at the tall buildings where commerce and business are shaping our region.   Much of the past, present, and future of Houston is due to our Energy Sector.  The Refinery pays homage to our […]

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Provisions

On November 8, 2012 By

I tried half of The Pass & Provisions today for lunch.  The Provisions side has opened.  The Pass has not set an opening date yet, but is projecting an opening date before the end of the year. (Provisions is the casual “side” with pastas, pizzas, and other entrees.  The Pass will feature one-seating per evening […]

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Goode Co. Delivery

On November 7, 2012 By

I can’t believe that Thanksgiving is two weeks away!  I’m already worried about what present I will be getting for my friends and family for the Holidays.   But, the good news is that I can order so much on line!  You already know I’m a huge fan of Goode Co. Barbecue.   Not only […]

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