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Straight From the Cask at vomFASS The Woodlands
I can’t decide what I enjoyed most about my afternoon at vomFASS The Woodlands. Was it the flavorful olive oils I sampled that varied in aromas from Avocado to White Truffle, and even the seasonal Smoky BBQ (which I will…
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Espresso and housemade pastries
Did someone say coffee? *My eyes open wide as if I was 7 years old again perusing the candy aisle for anything that remotely resembled chocolate* The way I feel about chocolate is the same love I have for coffee.…
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The Joyful Life With Joy Sewing and Todd Ramos
We had such a fun time talking food with Joy Sewing and Todd Ramos on their Saturday morning radio talk show, The Joyful Life With Joy Sewing and Todd Ramos! In addition to sharing how Urban Swank got started those…
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 Crispy Southern Catfish
Houston Black Restaurant Week has shown tremendous success in their first year. Even with the ever-evolving culinary scene here in Houston, there is always room to continue to educate and increase the visibility of African American culinary professionals and farmers.…
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Anejo's Taco & Tequila Tuesday
If you are a Taco Tuesday aficionado, look no further than Anejo in Uptown Park. From open to close, they serve deliciously crafted street tacos, available for 3 for $10. Don’t expect your typical Tex-Mex selection here. Chef Alberto Gutierrez…
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Classic Cheeseburger (with a fried egg)
There is one thing for sure that’s true when it comes to Jerry Built Homegrown Burgers – you don’t have to worry one bit about what is going into your burger! At this family-owned fast casual restaurant, even the salads…
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Dishes and cocktails from State Fare's fall menu
If you are like us, you guys are probably still trying to get used to it being midnight dark at 6 p.m.! We really don’t enjoy the falling back of the time during the fall season. However, what we do…
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Cherry Pie Hospitality’s owner Lee Ellis has done it again. Creating yet another eatery, with a simple yet unique concept, Pi Pizza has transformed. Transformed from a food truck owned by partner Anthony Calleo to a brick and mortar that brought his vision full circle. Pi Pizza is special and not only because they put a tremendous amount of thought into everything they do. From the decor that boasts dominant hues of turquoise reminiscent of its food truck days, to the hard-to-miss and prominently displayed row of skate board installations by artist Dave MacDowell out of L.A. (21 skate boards…
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Chef It Yourself Brings Spain and Portugal to Houston
Born and raised in Panama, Anamaris Cousins is an amazing chef who since she was 5 years old learned to love and live for cooking. Her cuisine is greatly influenced by Central and South America (centered around Spain and Portugal), and she shares, with an immense amount of passion, the dishes and flavor profiles that are characteristic of the regions. A little over a year ago, Anamaris invited Urban Swank to experience Secreto, which at the time was a new private dinner series held in her home. Not for lack of trying, we just recently had the chance to experience…
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The General Public
Urban Swank’s weekdays are usually pretty busy because there are lots of events that happen during the week. As a result, when the weekend comes around we are usually tired and just want to relax. And then sometimes we are just on GO, and for 14-28 days we are everywhere. That is exactly what happened a few weeks back when we had a crazy few weeks and decided we wanted to have a day of fun, which led us to CityCentre on a Saturday afternoon for lunch at The General Public and bowling at Bowl and Barrel; which both just…
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