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If you don’t know the man, you definitely know his food. And if you don’t know his food, then where the heck have you been and what are you waiting for? Houston’s legendary “The Breakfast Klub” is the delectable brainchild of Texas Southern University alumnus Marcus Davis, who is an entrepreneur, restaurateur, political commentator and […]

If we had to sum up Burns Original BBQ up in one word, it would be “community,” because everyone knows that the Burns family steps up, not only during the holidays, but in times of crisis, to feed those in need. It all started in 1973 when Roy Burns Sr. started off his small local […]

Pork & Beans and chili biscuits, sounds Southern enough, right? But when you add that “global” influence, those Pork & Beans evolve into a bone-in chop, Three Bean Ragu and a Creamed Collard Green Kimchi, and that chili biscuit is enhanced with cheddar cheese and Harissa Cream. Serve it all up, and more, in a […]

How about a little culture with your cuisine? When it comes to ambiance, nothing sets the scene better than being surrounded by beautiful art while sipping on delicious cocktails and noshing on savory dishes. You can definitely treat yourself and someone you’re fond of to all of that and more at Trez Art and Wine […]

It is safe to say that 2020 has been a year of awakenings, re-shifting and rebuilding, and no one knows this better than Steve Rogers, the owner of Houston hot spot Bar 5015, located in the historic Third Ward/ Museum District. Shortly after acquiring the bar, Rogers had to shut down due to coronavirus, and […]

HOUSTON – Nigerian born and Houston raised, Kavachi Ukegbu, is determined to bring West African cuisine mainstream. As a child, Kavachi worked in her mother’s establishment, Safari Restaurant, which is Houston’s first longest running Nigerian restaurant. “I never expected to be a chef,” she said while standing over a pot of Jollof Rice. “I grew up […]

When you pull up the first time to 1701 Webster Street in Houston, Texas, you might not know what you are exactly about to step into. Depending on the time of day, there may be a line outside, the crowds are mixed from millennials to Baby Boomers and you can’t tell if some folks are […]