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This latest edition of restaurant news from greater southwest Houston indicates the Bellaire restaurant scene continues to evolve.Saltillo Mexican Kitchen,  5427 Bissonnet @ Chimney RockI was watching carefully for this one to open and it’s been o…

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King’s Chicken, known for its Pakistani dishes, naan, and fried chicken, has abandoned it’s longtime place on Beechut just west of Wilcrest and moved way out on Highway 6, just north of Westheimer.  It’s now a sit-down restaurant.King’s Chicken re…

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The Frenchy’s Fried Chicken on the Beltway at West Bellfort is open for business.  Frenchy’s has been adding locations all over town.Acacia Food Market, the ambitious and impressive Turkish market on Wilcrest at the Southwest Freeway has closed. C…

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The Robindell Shopping Center at the corner of Beechnut and Bissonnet is all fenced off and demolition equipment is on scene.  According to Swamplot, everything is going except the Baskin Robbins.  In it’s place, a new Aldi has been announced…

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…opening new locations, that is.A new store at 7903 Beechnut, just off 59, has been open for several weeks now.  It’s larger than the existing store four miles away at 59 and Wilcrest in a Valero station, with room for a few tables for dine-in i…

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Gino’s East, the renowned Chicago pizzeria, is in the process of opening it’s first location outside of Illinois. They ran into a big problem, and RC Gallegos, owner of RC’s NYC Pizza, an established pizzeria located near the new restaurant, stepped in…

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Are you ready for a disaster? The next hurricane to hit the Houston area, or some other event?

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ike, many parts of our area were without power for days. It could happen again. Learn how to prepare for a disaster, and how …

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So I don’t go out for a year and a half and there are all these changes.  Who knew this was going to happen?Around the intersection of Hillcroft and Bissonnet, which I once bragged about as one of the most diverse in Houston the kosher pizza place…

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The Woodlands has a reputation for chain restaurants. And while that reputation isn’t totally deserved, it does have some merit. For every great independent out here, like Hubbell & Hudson Bistro, Republic Grill, Pallotta’s, or Fielding’s, there ar…

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A few days ago my phone rang. Caller unknown. I answered. “Lake Conroe. I know a guy out there. He makes great hero. Like in the old neighborhood” the caller said, in an unmistakable Brooklyn accent. Then he hung up. Could this lead be worth following up? 

I’ve always been a fan of what I think of as Houston-style po boy sandwiches. A long, slightly crusty baguette filled with Italian meats,

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