We were excited to hear about new restaurant projects from Johnny Carrabba, a scion of the famed Mandola restaurant family, and founder of one of Houston’s great Italian spots, Carrabba’s.
So on a recent weeknight, we met friends before a concert for …Continue Reading →
The restaurant scene in the Woodlands is growing and thriving. New places open each month, but none have intrigued us as much as the Republic Grille, a new concept debuting in the Panther Creek Village Center in the Woodlands.
Republic Grill rep…Continue Reading →
Growing up in Houston, Bennigan’s was one of those restaurants that I felt was always going to be around. They were a better version of Chili’s or TGI Friday’s, with all the expected casual dining standards, plus a few signature items. The bar was also…Continue Reading →
The opening of a new independently-owned restaurant in the Woodlands is always an exciting thing for us. We look forward to discovering a great new place to enjoy and recommend to our friends and readers.
We were particularly happy to hear about Fie…Continue Reading →
As the Woodlands grows, many new burger concepts are moving into the area. But savvy locals know that burger joints aren’t the only place to get great burgers. Many of the higher-end restaurants offer burgers on their lunch and dinner menus, but they’r…Continue Reading →
Residents of the Woodlands have no shortage of good burger places in the area. From national franchises to local chains to mom-n-pop stores to chef-driven restaurants, folks in the Woodlands can eat burgers every day for a month and not visit the same …Continue Reading →
The McDonald’s Big Mac may very well be the most popular hamburger in the world. But how is it made? Is the sauce a secret? Dan Coudreaut, Executive Chef, McDonald’s, shows us how to make a Big Mac at home from ingredients you can get at the grocery s…Continue Reading →
The Houston City Council is making it tough on food trucks. While many are operating in the city, they face an unaccommodating legal environment that makes it tougher for these creative mobile kitchens to offer a great experience for their customers.
Seating? No can do. Shaded seating? You’re kidding, right?
These factors alone put food trucks at a huge disadvantage compared to standaloneContinue Reading →
One of our passions is finding great burgers, and we love bringing you photos of some of the delicious and often beautiful burgers that we find.
This isn’t that kind of post.
We’d read about McDonald’s in France’s newish Dark Vador burger, a misguided attempt to use a poorly spelled version of a movie tie-in to create a hamburger. But not just any hamburger. Perhaps the least appetizingContinue Reading →
A recent lunch at Beck’s Prime made me wonder: Who started the whole gourmet burger trend in Houston? Beck’s has been my benchmark gourmet burger for years; they opened their first store in 1985.
You, pretty burger, are responsible for all this.
Before that, I remember burgers from Prince’s Drive-In and Bellaire Broiler Burger, but while good, they aren’t the same sort of burgers thatContinue Reading →
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