Texas Restaurants

East River takes center stage with new restaurants, stores and office tenants – Houston’s next big development is no longer just a concept

ERiver’s official opening turned into a sort of celebration. Despite the generally oppressive heat, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and many city council members attended. Reverend Harry Clemons Jr., Founder of the Fifth Ward Community Redevelopment Corporation, delivered an enthusiastic address. All taking place on a large open lot with a …

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Pop-Up Chefs Market in the Pratt Pullman neighborhood of Kirkwood opened as a permanent restaurant on Rogers Street

A restaurant incubator inspired by the outdoor pop-up chefs market in Kirkwood’s Pratt Pullman neighborhood is taking over the Rogers Street space previously planned for the Bellsmouth Cafe next spring, according to the Atlanta Business Column. Bellsmouth Coffee and 3 Heart Coffee Roast, owned by 8ARM Chef Nhan Le and …

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Weslaco’s national franchise restaurants are among the busiest in the United States

WESLACO, Texas – Restaurants in Weslaco are crowded much more often than expected. In fact, on a pro rata basis, some of the city’s national franchise restaurants are among the busiest in all of the United States. One explanation could be that there aren’t enough restaurants in the city, forcing …

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New Marfa Distillery Chihuahuan Desert Sotol Now Available in San Antonio | Flavor | San Antonio

click on the picture Instagram / themarfaspiritco Texas-based Marfa Spirit Co. has launched its first product, Chihuahuan Desert Sotol, now available in San Antonio. Tequila is Mexico’s most famous spirit, but it’s not the only one worth exploring. In an effort to raise awareness in the United States about sotol, …

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Man caught stealing tip from Bryan restaurants

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) – The holidays are usually a time of giving, but a local business says a customer has taken to those who so deserve it. Surveillance video shows a customer shopping for a meal at C&J Barbecue on Texas Avenue in Bryan last week. Instead of leaving a …

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4 New Menu Items You Can Try At McDonald’s Right Now – Eat This, Not That

Things take a festive turn at America’s most popular fast food chain. Several holiday favorites are making their scheduled annual return, and you can see them at your local restaurant for a limited time. Here are what’s new on the McDonald’s menu right now. And for more, check out We’ve …

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This Texas Town Named One of America’s Best for a ‘Quick’ Getaway

These days, Houston is on a myriad of speed cameras. Consider the burning TV shows Excellent chef and The single person turn there. World-renowned restaurateurs are heading to the city, many through the bustling new downtown destination of Post Houston. In July, Time named Houston on its 2021 list of …

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Houston’s Top Chefs Host the Ultimate Sunday Dinner – a $ 100,000 Gourmet’s Nightlife Dream

IIt’s one of the tastiest events of the year – the Urban Harvest Sunday Dinner fundraiser for which Houston’s best chefs work in a well-known restaurant kitchen to each create a spectacular dish for a crowd of demanding guests. Over 200 paying patrons gathered at the stylish Guard and Grace …

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trash cans allow New Orleans oyster enthusiasts to donate shellfish to the reefs | Louisiana News

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – An environmental group that makes oyster reefs from shellfish collected from restaurants in the New Orleans area now has a new partner so everyone can contribute. “After enjoying oysters at home with your family and friends, you can help protect our coast” by bringing seashells to …

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Holiday tamales have been a Texan tradition for generations. But how did it start?

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on November 27, 2020. For much of his life, Juany Balderas hated making tamales. It took his family three days to do enough for extended relatives in his hometown of Mier Y Noriega, Mexico – days of painstakingly slaughtering pigs, mixing masa, grinding …

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Florida’s new law could punish people who comply with Biden’s vaccine mandate

Photography: Shutterstock Florida restaurants firing employee for refusing to comply with Biden administration’s workforce vaccination mandate face $ 50,000 fine under conflicting law enacted this week last by state. The state measure prohibits private sector employers from imposing a COVID-19 vaccine requirement on their workers, unless a number of specified …

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11 delicious events to celebrate the holidays in grapevine, texas this season

Stroll the Main Street of Grapevine this holiday season among Victorian-style shops adorned with twinkling lights, decorative wreaths, garlands, candy canes, ribbons and bows. See the huge living Christmas tree in Peace Plaza at Grapevine Main Street Station. Unbox a Christmas classic in Grapevine, the Christmas capital of Texas, with …

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As tourism clears, Times Square hopes to regain luster

NEW YORK – David Cohen longs to return to the days when business was booming in his family’s Times Square gift shop. As tourists have started to return, the foot traffic in Grand Slam memories is still not what it was before the coronavirus pandemic, when hordes of visitors from …

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Best area restaurants in Austin

Love it or hate it, the construction of the estate has given North Austin a complete cultural center. Trendy and upscale stores flocked to the development, and quality dining options quickly followed. To refuel during the Black Friday shopping marathon next weekend, here are some recommended restaurants. To unwind after …

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DTG Launches Chef PowerStation, the World’s Most Advanced Mobile Food Service Station

WILMINGTON, Mass .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – DTG, the leading supplier of industrial-grade battery-powered mobile workstations, today introduced the DTG Chef PowerStation, the industry’s most advanced battery-powered mobile carts for on-order cooking, continuous refrigeration and point-of-sale transactions. The stations were originally designed for Sodexo and deployed at 11 key university sites …

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21 restaurant brands celebrating milestones

Dickey’s barbecue pit 80 years old When Travis Dickey opened Dickey’s Barbecue Pit in Dallas in 1941, it is unlikely that he ever envisioned a global franchise empire. He ran it for 25 years, originally converting what was a former beer bar into a mainstay. Next in the direction of …

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Sun Holdings acquires 131 Applebee stores

Photography: Shutterstock Sun Holdings, just weeks after announcing a deal to enter Papa John’s system, is now dabbling in casual dining. The Dallas-based mega-franchisee, which owns Burger King, Arby’s, Popeyes and Taco Bueno, has acquired 131 Applebee locations from Acon Investments. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the …

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A Mediterranean grill opens its doors at Pearl

The team behind Austin’s famous Emmer & Rye have announced the opening of a Mediterranean concept, Ladino, next summer at Il Sogno Osteria’s former home in Pearl. “I am more than delighted and delighted that Ladino is opening its doors,” says Executive Chef Berty Richter. “For most of my culinary …

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5th Circ. Mulls COVID coverage for the first time

By Shawn Rice (Nov. 1, 2021, 10:32 p.m. EDT) – A Texas barbecue restaurant and tea room owner have urged the Fifth Circuit to relaunch their lawsuits over covering losses caused by pandemic restrictions imposed by the government, in two hearings on Monday which marked the first time this new …

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The 10 Best Asian Restaurants in Ocean County, NJ

I think everyone can agree that Asian cuisine is one of the most popular foods in America and of course we have fantastic “Asian” cuisine here in Ocean County. We’ve compiled the 10 “best” Asian food restaurants here in Ocean County based on their ranking with JAPPER. Based on reviews, …

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Bernard Acoca, CEO of El Pollo Loco, resigns

El Pollo Loco Inc. said CEO and chairman Bernard Acoca stepped down on Friday, “to pursue other opportunities,” and the company’s board of directors has appointed Laurence “Larry” Roberts to the interim position. “Acoca will continue to provide consulting services to the company to ensure a smooth transition,” the Costa …

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Texas Invitational gears up for big comeback

Kirk Lewis probably can’t imagine going 720 days without a cup of coffee, washing the car, or cutting the grass. And until the pandemic hit, he couldn’t imagine the Pasadena-Deer Park area going so many days without participating in a McDonald’s Texas Invitational tournament. But we’ve got about 685 days …

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Opening of the Niku bar in Lower Greenville

Just in time for the Texas / OU game, popular Japanese steakhouse Manpuku opens Niku Bar, an outdoor space featuring an extensive menu of drinks and Japanese tapas. Manpuku, which means “to be happy with a full stomach” in Japanese, has four restaurants in California and seven yakiniku restaurants in …

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Dickey’s Barbecue Pit Retail Line Expands Rapidly

Dallas, Sept. 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Dickey’s barbecue retail line is supported by retailers nationwide, making it easy to pick up some of your favorite foods and seasonings at your local grocery store . Currently located in over 18 chain stores across the country. Dickey’s Barbecue Pit retail line …

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NELA restaurants affected by oyster shortage

MONROE, Louisiana (KNOE) – The Louisiana Department of Health announced on September 27 that the state’s 28 oyster beds are safe for harvest. This comes nearly a month after Hurricane Ida devastated the Louisiana coast. For some restaurants in northeast Louisiana, the announcement is good news. “We were able to …

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Texas Hill Country Resorts: Romantic Texas Getaways

Not all Texans are born and raised romantics, even though they are happily married. Fortunately, Texas Hill Country resorts offer some of Texas’ most romantic getaways, and they’re designed to make planning a romantic getaway to Hill Country a breeze. One B&B we discovered even serves breakfast in bed (but …

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Odessa restaurant reflects on new industry challenges

The Curb Side Bistro co-owner told NewsWest 9 that employees and staff are limited, but so are the products and products they need to function. ODESSA, Texas – Many restaurateurs face tough decisions when it comes to running their businesses. It ranges from hiring employees to purchasing essentials. The pandemic …

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DoorDash will soon deliver alcohol to customers

A DoorDash Inc. delivery guy has a thermal bag at Chef Geoff’s restaurant in Washington, DC, United States on Thursday, March 26, 2020. Jeff Tracy’s restaurant, a coronavirus pandemic package, uses GoFundMe to fund 150 workers every hour at American Eve Comfort Foods Chef Jeff and other restaurants. I get …

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The 10 Best Patios in Frisco, Texas

When it comes to sorting things out according to most favorite, least favorite, or “best”, I find it hard to do that. If I am asked to quote my favorite song or movie, my answer is: “It actually depends …” I mean, are we talking country or rock? Rom-coms or …

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News in brief

Tesla wants to sell electricity to Texans Tesla wants to sell electricity directly to Texas households, according to a request filed with state regulators by its new subsidiary Tesla Energy Ventures. The company, first reported by Texas Monthly, comes as Tesla is already building large energy storage facilities, including one …

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