Eats & Tweets

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Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille is taking Houston back – way back – to when the restaurant first opened as a butcher shop in 1979 with a #FlashbackFriday event, offering a 79-cent Pork Chop Friday lunch to the first 100 lucky visitors at all six Houston-area locations.

It was a trip worth taking, a 30-minute drive from one side of Houston to the other, but damn, I am ready to drive there over and over again. Hopdoddy Burger Bar has opened its third location in Houston, and lucky for all of us, there is one on each side of town we need.

HOUSTON- Residents, visitors and foodies alike will delight in the refreshing new flavors and tantalizing dishes from Le Colonial with the launch of Chef Nicole Routhier’s exciting new Spring-Summer dishes this month. Showcasing over eight brand new dishes that feature only the freshest and best seasonal ingredients the warmer months have to offer.  In addition, … Continue reading Ummm… yummmm: Le Colonial launches fresh new menu for Spring and Summer

Just in time for 4/20 on April 20, Earth Day on April 22 and Willie Nelson’s 84th birthday on April 29, Hopdoddy is rolling out a brand new seasonal burger special called the Red Headed Stranger.

A 1930s era bungalow bordering Montrose and Upper Kirby is finding a delicious afterlife as Nobie’s, an intimate, new “no reservation” neighborhood charmer for dinner, cocktails and late night bites. The casually cool concept, much like its eclectic and mostly residential surroundings on Colquitt Street, has been influenced by a wide variety of traditions and styles, both contemporary and traditional, creating a familiar yet unexpected destination in a space that was previously Au Petit Paris. The intimate setting and dim atmosphere makes it the perfect date night setting or honeycomb hideout!