Hot off the grill: Bravo’s Emmy and James Beard Award-winning series and the No. 1-rated food show on cable, “Top Chef,” will return for an eleventh season. Open calls for chefs interested in competing in the high-stakes culinary competition series will be held in cities across the country starting on February 11.
You can’t swing a rainbow flag in this city without hitting some kind of Mexican-inspired food: from taco trucks to high-end, from Tex-Mex to Cal-Mex.
A lot of folks were shocked when celebrity chef Monica Pope shuttered her popular Midtown restaurant in August to transform it into something totally new and different.
Quick. Before the temperatures jump into three digits and the mosquitoes come out in force, head outside to enjoy some al fresco dining.
“It’s tough being gay and from the South,” says Cody Melcher over margaritas and fajitas at Vida Tex-Mex, the hot new adults-only eatery in Highland Village where he’s a co-owner.
If you’re looking for the newest, hottest places to eat in Houston right now, look no further than the Montrose neighborhood.
There’s something new at Sorrel Urban Bistro. In February the farm-to-table concept started serving Sunday supper from 5 to 9 p.m.