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La Grange: Hopping and Hip Yet Relaxed

With its low-key vibe and familiar Tex-Mex food and libations, it’s hard not to feel at home at La Grange…despite a few features that might otherwise warrant more than a bit of snark especially from this admitted curmudgeon of a critic. For example, the interior design (repurposed retro kitsch…

First Look: The Burger Joint

What separates a good burger from a great burger? Well, some say it’s the beef, others mention the bun, and even the toppings have crept up in a few discussions. It’s likely to be a combination of all three for me, and the burgers at the newly opened The…

The Enduring Allure of Aladdin Mediterranean Cuisine

In the ever-changing Westheimer neighborhood, restaurants have come and gone as the city’s culinary trends change. While many establishments succumb to the fickle tastes of H-town residents and close within five years, Aladdin Mediterranean Cuisine remains. Why? Consistently fresh fare made with high-quality ingredients and friendly, prompt service. It’s…

Gastronomic Glamour at Georges Bistro

From veteran Houston restauranteurs Monique and Georges Guy, creators of Bistro Provence, Bistro Don Camillo, Café la Brocante, and Bistro des Arts, comes Montrose’s newest date night establishment, Georges Bistro. Serving traditional cuisine from the French countryside in a space that formerly housed the much acclaimed nose-to-tail restaurant Feast,…

First Look: Doc’s Motorworks Houston

Houston newcomer, Doc’s Motorworks, has officially expanded beyond neighboring Austin to settle within the cultural and energetic confines of Montrose. Defining itself as a “beer garden” it will easily become a go-to spot for watching both people and football games.

With the extended summer weather we are experiencing, and temperatures…