Congratulate your graduate at these Houston brunch stops.
Though we’ve been eating waffles since the Middle Ages and fried chicken almost just as long, it wasn’t until 1928 when the two culinary polar opposites were first served together as one meal in a Harlem area restaurant. Soon after chicken and waffles began popping up on restaurant menus across the county. Houston was no exception. Since reaching mainstream popularity in recent years with its bold salty and sweet combination, Houstonians can find a variety of unique, award-winning and nationally-recognized chicken and waffles dishes at independent eateries throughout the city.
Houston’s cocktail bars serve some great mixed drinks and a visit during happy hour makes an already great experience even better.
Try some special recipes for Thanksgiving pies from Houston’s top chefs.
Drink up, Houston! Try these great places for all-you-can-drink specials.
While these places deserve a visit any time, hit them up on specific days to maximum your entertainment dollar.
Celebrate National Chocolate Cake Day on Jan. 27 at Houston’s best places for chocolate cake.
No longer does Easter brunch and dinner revolve around a honey glazed ham and strawberry angel food cake. Instead, take a trip around the world and American cuisine while never leaving Houston this Easter with your family and friends.