A handful of years ago, three long-time Austinites Brendan Puthoff, Bill Hogan and Michael Tashnick came together with a few simple goals: provide their friends with a comfortable place to grab a beer, watch a game or just have some fun…with every sports package imaginable!
My favorite way to learn about wine is to taste the wine with food. Whenever I attend a carefully orchestrated wine and food pairing dinner, I feel like I’ve completed another chapter in the pursuit of wine expertise. Masraff’s next wine dinner will be Tuesday, May 21, starting at 6:30.
Time once again for the annual Winemaker’s Dinner at The Westin La Cantera Hill Country Resort. It’s a Culinaria Wine & Culinary Arts Festival event on Wednesday, May 15 at 7:00 p.m. — and you’re invited!
It’s not often you see a Zagat review of 29 for ‘Food’ on a listed restaurant’s rating. But, that’s what you’ll see when you look-up Uchi Houston’s review. And that’s not all. A quick Google of ‘Uchi’ and you’ll find nothing short of 4.5 stars from numerous food critics, catapulting it to the forefront of our nation’s culinary map. Is it really that good? Yes, it’s that good!
It’s the perfect time of year to enjoy the beautiful setting at The Creek Restaurant in Boerne. If you’re familiar with the recent construction of the Hill Country Mile, you’ll find The Creek dead center! Enchanting natural surroundings and fabulous food make this Victorian hideaway overlooking Cibolo Creek quite the dining destination.
Plan on this upcoming Gospel Brunch fundraiser – celebrating 20 years of Chef Monica Pope in the Houston food scene, her 50th birthday and the official grand opening of Sparrow! Proceeds benefit Making It Better.
Goodtaste is back inside the state-of-the-art Sysco kitchen facilities, this time to preview some of the amazing food from David Garrido, owner and namesake of Garrido’s Restaurant & Bar in Austin. If you’ve been to Garrido’s lately, you may have noticed some changes. Where the focus was once on modern Mexican cuisine, the tempo has switched now to “New Word Latino” with emphasis on healthier, organic and gluten-free products.
For more than 60 years, these iconic kitchens at Jim’s have been fueling San Antonians and well beyond! This family owned and operated business runs from sunup to sundown, and is a familiar comfort zone for generations looking for low-key eats and quality customer care.
This is one of my favorite Mexican food spots in the Houston area. I fell for their Puffy Queso back in high school! Through the years, this small chain has become a family tradition handed down over generations. Favorite tables, favorite waiters and naturally, favorite dishes have become rituals with Houstonians who have named Los Tios “Houston’s Best Tex-Mex!”
Welcome to Cotogna – a true rustic Italian experience located in historic Jackson Square in San Francisco. In a city where what you eat may be more scrutinized than most, native foodies can agree on one thing: There are some fabulous aromas coming from this restaurant!