Search For A Restaurant

Houston Restaurants Archives

The Pass

The Pass Reviews

807 Taft St
Average Rating: 4 out of 5 (151 Reviews)

Review by Betty H.
After reading the reviews, I went in with realistic but hopeful expectations. I had the 5-course dinner and my husband did the 8, and I tasted his extra…
Rating: 4

Review by Alexi A.
Summary- One of the best overall dining experiences I have had in a long time. Just fantastic and interesting food, great service, awesome atmosphere, and…
Rating: 5

Review by Jerry C.
I think many Houstonians believe that The Pass is the restaurant you eat at when you’ve “made it.” You have the option to do either a 5-course () or…
Rating: 3

Houston Travel Guide 2014: Shops, Restaurants, Attractions & Nightlife in Houston, Texas (City Travel Guide 2014)

Houston Travel Guide 2014: Shops, Restaurants, Attractions & Nightlife in Houston, Texas (City Travel Guide 2014)

The places found in this book are the most positively reviewed and recommended by locals and travelers. 2,000 places listed and organized in four groups. “TOP 500 SHOPS” (104 Store Categories), “TOP 500 RESTAURANTS” (113 Cuisine Types), “TOP 500 ATTRACTIONS” Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Parks, Churches, Botanic Gardens, Cultural Centers, Cinemas, Performing Arts, Art Schools. “TOP 500 NIGHTLIFE SPOTS” Lounges, Bars, Pubs, Gay Bars, Hookah Bars, Latin Bars, Sports Bars, Karaoke, Comedy Clubs,

List Price: $ 14.75


1970s? Matchbook El Paso Juarez Restaurant Bar Grill 7525 South Main Houston TX

End Date: Monday Jan-22-2018 6:37:10 PST
Buy It Now for only: $3.74
Buy It Now | Add to watch list
Rare Vintage Matchbook Houston Texas Rick's Restaurant Bar Colorful Big Design
End Date: Wednesday Jan-31-2018 8:14:47 PST
Buy It Now for only: $3.99
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

You Squared Media Wins 2014 Marketer of the Year, Best in Category, Services Consumer/BreWingZ

Houston, TX (PRWEB) April 13, 2015

You Squared Media was named 2014 Marketer of the Year Best in Category, Consumer Retail, for the 2014 BreWingZ Sports Bar & Grill marketing campaign by the Houston Chapter of the American Marketing Association. You Squared Media President Tracey Cleckler, and Vice President Clarence Estes accepted the award during the 10th anniversary banquet March 5, 2015. AMA Houston also honored 63 category finalists and announced the 21 Best in Category winners.

Winners are chosen by a local judging panel comprised of university professionals, faculty chairs, marketing vice presidents, directors and other industry professionals. The team reviews and scores each on its completeness, difficulty of challenge, specificity of objectives, effectiveness of marketing strategy/tactics and measurable evidence of results. The top scores in each category are finalists, and the top score is the Best in Category winner.

In 2013, You Squared Media launched a rebranding campaign for a restaurant chain with 19 locations. Tracey Cleckler explains, “It was important to be systematic executing this strategy; so customers kept coming into the restaurants even while the new BreWingZ Sports Bar & Grill signs were going up. We wanted to reinforce the message; that the delicious menu was vast, the wings were great, they had several locations, and that it was also a great place to watch sports.” Clarence Estes adds, “We developed a slogan,” “Great Beer. Better WingZ,” that defines the new name and also attracts new customers.” A new website, strong TV campaign, heavy radio including radio remotes and giveaways, and a smart billboard campaign helped build brand awareness. The results were extremely positive. BreWingZ’s 2013 revenues surpassed everyones expectations. Now with 24 locations and growing, BreWingZ Sports Bar & Grill is expanding with additional locations.

Visit and see what’s new with your neighborhood BreWingZ.

You Squared Media is a boutique advertising agency where our clients always come first. We are a tight-knit group sharing a common passion for doing great work that makes things happen.

More Houston Restaurants Press Releases

First look at River Oaks' newest restaurant with outdoor bar, crowd-pleasing

Restaurant at San Antonio’s river walk district
Houston Restaurants
Image by journeymaninUS
A prepared restaurant ready for tomorrow’s customers at river walk

First look at River Oaks' newest restaurant with outdoor bar, crowd-pleasing
It didn't take long for the Harwood Grill to complete its transformation of the former home of 60 Degrees Mastercrafted. After a month-long process that saw the addition of an outdoor bar, new paint and a reconfigured dining room, River Oaks's newest …
Read more on CultureMap Houston

Liquid waste backups and insects found in restaurants around town
There were three strikes against Maria Selma Mexican Restaurant at 1617 Richmond Avenue. Inspectors tossed 20 pounds of chicken and beef that was off-temperatures, there was no hot water in the bathroom where employees wash their hands and there …
Read more on KPRC Houston

Hot dogs! JCI is celebrating its anniversary
Every third Thursday of the month through September, the Houston-born chain is offering 92-cent hot Original Coneys. That's a penny … Fans of Mala Sichuan – one of Alison Cook's Top 100 restaurants – are rejoicing over the opening of a second restaurant.

IMPACT ROUNDUP: Several anticipated restaurants near opening

Houston Restaurants
Image by kshilcutt

IMPACT ROUNDUP: Several anticipated restaurants near opening
6 N., will be the only Krispy Kreme in the Greater Houston area. The national chain offers a variety of glazed, sprinkled and powdered doughnuts along with items like apple fritters and eclairs. Krispy Kreme shops also offer seasonal doughnuts …
Read more on Community Impact Newspaper

"Snatch and Grab" trend shakes up Houston fast food workers
A trend known as “snatch and grab” has kids posting videos of stealing food from fast food restaurants on social media. Some employees at chains around Houston say it's getting out of control. What the kids do is they order a bunch of food and then …
Read more on MyFox Houston

Foodie couple's Mexican restaurant business a family affair
Susan's job brought the family to Houston and they decided to settle in The Woodlands and begin to look for a location. A family affair. The couple opened their restaurant, Hello Taco, in a former Quiznos Subs in a strip mall off of Grogan's Mill Road …

Tiff’s Treats Opens Second San Antonio Location, Grand Opening Saturday, April 25

Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 15, 2015

In just 10 days, Tiff’s Treats will open its second location in San Antonio with a grand opening fundraiser Saturday, April 25 from 9 am to 12 pm at 726 NW Loop 410, #106, San Antonio, TX, 78216, phone: 210-765-5400. This will be the 18th location for Austin-based Tiff’s Treats in its 16+ years in business. More on the San Antonio opening here:

Quickly following its Fort Worth location grand opening, happening this weekend, Saturday, April 18, the second San Antonio store, in the Park North Shopping Center, will also hold a grand opening fundraiser. Tiff’s Treats will be selling a dozen cookies for only $ 5 (cash only at this location only, with no call ahead orders). Customers at the opening can purchase up to six one-dozen boxes filled with one of Tiff’s Treats most irresistible flavors: chocolate chip, snickerdoodle or oatmeal raisin, for just $ 5 a box, to a maximum of 6 boxes purchased per person.

All of the proceeds from this day (up to $ 5,000) will go to Any Baby Can, With sales from this event, we will help purchase items for families raising a child or youth with a special health care need. These items include diapers, formula, gas cards, medical equipment, school supplies, and many more essential items.

“We are so excited to have our second location in San Antonio as the city has embraced us from the very start,” said Leon Chen, co-founder of Tiff’s Treats. “And this opening, benefiting Any Baby Can, is especially personal for us as my wife Tiffany and I are enjoying our own new babies, our twins. Raising money to help families with kiddos in need becomes all the more important when you personally realize how fortunate your own family is.”

Tiff’s Treats will also be giving away all sorts of prizes at this grand opening including gift cards to local area restaurants and shops, randomly inserted into boxes of cookies. The first 10 people in line at the 9 am opening will get a $ 100 Tiff’s Treats gift card, the next 10 will get a $ 50 gift card, next 10 a $ 25 gift card, and the next 10 will get a $ 10 gift card. Everyone who buys a box will have a chance to win free cookies for a year!

The new Tiff’s Treats location will deliver warm cookies, straight from the oven, to businesses and homes in San Antonio from this convenient new location. Tiff’s Treats is a delicious idea for dessert delivery to your home or business, client gifts and meeting snacks, birthday gifts, a sweet-tooth fix and more. Baked fresh when you order from premium ingredients, all cookies and brownies are delivered warm, straight from the oven, in a white box complete with a colorful ribbon. For those who appreciate the experience of a warm cookie made from scratch (of only the finest ingredients and right out of the oven!), Tiff’s Treats offers something thoroughly enjoyable, as it is the first company in the country to pioneer warm cookie and brownie delivery.

This Park North Shopping Center location is at 726 NW Loop 410, #106, San Antonio, TX, 78216, at 410 and San Pedro Ave, in the same center as the Alamo Drafthouse, behind La Madeleine, next to JTI Diamond Co. Phone: 210-765-5400. The other San Antonio location, in the Northwest area, is located at 11745 IH 10 West, #140, San Antonio, TX, 78230.

About Tiff’s Treats

Tiff’s Treats makes and delivers classic, baked-to-order cookies and brownies straight from the oven to the home or office, WARM, in about an hour. Founded in 1999, what started as two friends baking cookies at University of Texas at Austin to help fellow students get through exams has now grown to 18 stores with this newest location in San Antonio, baking more than 50 million cookies since its inception. And the company is consistently focused on giving back: with grand opening fundraisers that fill needs for charities (and hungry bellies for Tiff’s fans!), Tiff’s Treats has donated more than $ 70,000 to worthy causes. Tiff’s Treats operates stores in the Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and now two locations in San Antonio. The company was founded by Tiffany and Leon Chen, UT alumni from Richardson, TX. For more information, please visit

Find More Houston Restaurants Press Releases

Texas Backcountry Hangouts: A Guide to Country Stores, Backwoods Bars, and other notable rural Texas venues devoted to the relaxation, comestation, and socialization arts

Texas Backcountry Hangouts: A Guide to Country Stores, Backwoods Bars, and other notable rural Texas venues devoted to the relaxation, comestation, and socialization arts

Whether you’re a day-tripper or a road warrior, Texas Backcountry Hangouts is your resource for great backroad places to visit and unwind at in Texas. A partially comprehensive guide to country stores, backwoods bars, and other notable rural Texas venues, this guide will tell you all about the best places to eat, drink, and be merry. In this expanded 2nd Edition, our crack team of relaxologists has continued to search high and low to find some of the most country-est, backwoodsy-est, and easy-

List Price: $ 14.00


Houston Dining Index – A Guide for Visitors (and Most Locals, Too)

Houston Dining Index - A Guide for Visitors (and Most Locals, Too)

Houston is a terrific place to dine, one of the joys of the city. This guide is geared mainly to visitors to Houston, business travelers, for the most part, who might be overwhelmed by the seemingly endless development across the coastal plain. This should also be very useful to newcomers and those in the suburbs who might feel the same.

The guidebook consists of over 60 lists divided among cuisine and type of establishment; beer bars, bistros, Italian, Italian-American, opened on th


Find More Houston Restaurants Products

Houston Is Cooking at Home

Houston Is Cooking at Home

Houston Is Cooking at Home

  • Used Book in Good Condition

Satisfaction guaranteed. Signed by Ann Criswell. Free tracking.

List Price: $ 21.95


Winner of the 2015 Stewart J. Guss Annual College Scholarship announced.

HOUSTON, TX. (PRWEB) April 02, 2015

The Law Offices of Stewart J. Guss have announced that Ms. Yakun (Marianne) Xu has been named the winner of the annual Stewart J. Guss college scholarship. Ms. Xu will be studying international human rights law in the fall of 2015.

The 2015 essay was a response to the question “what law would you change and why?” In Ms. Xu’s thoughtful response, she indicated that she would change the laws that effectively prevent the free exercise of religion in China. Her essay pointed to the religious persecution of Christians as well as the way in which these laws cause issues larger societal issues and marginalize many people as major problems that need to be addressed.

The law firm is also deeply grateful to the three judges that helped evaluate the submissions. These individuals donated their time and expertise to help determine a winner. The judges were:

    Kaiser Lashkari – Executive chef and owner of Himalaya Restaurant in Southwest Houston.
    Tory Gattis – Entrepreneur, social systems architect, and author of the Houston Strategies blog.
    Lily Jang – KHOU anchor and proud native Houstonian.

The firm is currently in the process of updating the scholarship page on its website. Information and details regarding the 2016 scholarship are expected to be posted soon, so all students should check to see how to they can apply for this exciting scholarship.

Houston personal injury attorney Stewart J. Guss has been practicing law in the state of Texas for twenty years. After graduating from Clear Lake High school in Houston, Mr. Guss attended the University of Texas for his undergraduate education. He then attended the University of Houston Bates College of Law and has been fighting for the rights of his injured Texans for the past two decades. Mr. Guss devotes a significant part of his practice to helping people who have been injured in preventable accidents. Among the kinds of cases Mr. Guss routinely handles include car accidents, truck accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, slip and fall cases, premises liability cases, gas and oilfield injuries, nursing home abuse, consumer and products liability cases, and DUI accidents. In 2013 and 2014, Houstonia magazine named Mr. Guss as a “top lawyer.” He has recently been named as one of the “Nation’s Top One Percent” of all attorneys by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel (NADC).

In addition to his work as an attorney and advocate for the injured, Mr. Guss also is an active member of the Houston community. He is an avid supporter of Reach Unlimited, Houston’s largest provider of services to adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Additionally, Mr. Guss is a rider and active supporter of the MS-150, bicycle ride from Houston to Austin to help find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. To schedule a free consultation with Mr. Guss, call his office at (713) 766-5883 or send him an email through the online contact form available here.

# # #


Stewart J. Guss

12777 Jones Rd Suite 297

Houston, Texas

Phone: (713) 766-5883

Related Houston Restaurants Press Releases

Houston-Based Lupe Tortilla Mexican Restaurants To Sponsor Reigning Champ

Houston-Based Lupe Tortilla Mexican Restaurants To Sponsor Reigning Champ
A 31-year-old superstar in the world of professional drag racing, Enders-Stevens is a Houston native who attended Spring-Cypress High School and Texas A&M University. She has been supported by Lupe Tortilla founder Stan Holt, his wife Sheila, and their …
Read more on PaddockTalk

Fine wines, restaurant samples at Boots, Bottles and Bling
The annual Boots, Bottles and Bling WineFest will be from 6-9 p.m. May 14 at Macy's Furniture Gallery at The Woodlands Mall to benefit the Montgomery County Women's Center. Pictured from left are: Dana Garcia, MCWC; Deana Germany, MCWC; Ally …
Read more on Your Houston News

Frenchys Chicken Names You Squared Media as Agency of Record

Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 31, 2015

Frenchy’s Chicken, the kitchen of Creole cooking, selects You Squared Media as its advertising agency partner. Percy “Frenchy” Creuzot opened the first Frenchy’s restaurant in 1969, and today it’s still a family-owned business.  Frenchy’ s has 20 current locations, with others in development. The business has expanded adding Frenchy’s Sausage Company to its offerings, which currently services over 200 businesses including major grocery chain HEB and Fiesta.  The food is patterned after traditional Southern-styled cooking, filled with flavor, richness and heritage. Frenchy’s keeps the heritage and tastes of French, Caribbean, Spanish, African and Native-American flavors alive. 

You Squared Media Vice President Clarence Estes is excited about the announcement. “I’m a long-time fan of the food and I admire the company’s success.  Whether it’s the New Orleans style seasoned Chicken or the homestyle Boudin or Gumbo, Frenchy’s Chicken is Houston. Frenchy’s Chicken is home!” he said. “Our team is ready to tailor an effective marketing strategy paired with a compelling message to help drive sales and fuel their growth,” Estes added.

Frenchy’s franchise growth is lead by Adrian Cross. Cross brings a deep knowledge of the restaurant industry’s fasting growing market segment “fast-casual.” Cross explains, “The You Squared Media team understands our story, our history and our passion for great creole food that’s fast and delicious. We’re excited to partner with them for all of our marketing and media buying needs.”

Rising star chef leaves innovative supermarket restaurant to concentrate on

Catalan Food and Wine – Tables 3
Houston Restaurants
Image by ZagatBuzz
Located in the Heights in Houston, Catalan Food & Wine serves Spanish-inspired American from chef Chris Shepherd.

Rising star chef leaves innovative supermarket restaurant to concentrate on
H-E-B's massive new Tanglewood store has emerged as a legitimate dining destination thanks to the presence of its in-store restaurant Table 57 Dining & Drinks. In addition to featuring a menu created by former Haven chef Randy Evans, Table 57 also …
Read more on CultureMap Houston

Two locals up for Best New Chef: The national obsession with Houston
To be eligible, a chef has to have been operating his or her own restaurant for fewer than five years. In the accompanying write-up, the magazine praises Pera for using items from Revival and Coltivare's 3,000 square-foot garden. Dorris, who was …
Read more on CultureMap Houston

Houston to March in Remembrance of the Holocaust

Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 27, 2015

In preparation for the 2015 March of Remembrance Houston on April 18th and 19th, Pastor Jobst Bittner, founder of the March of Life in Tübingen, Germany, recently shared about the history and vision of the March at several locations across the Greater Houston Area, including the Houston Holocaust Museum, Texas A&M University Galveston Campus, and the Houston Area Pastors’ Council. Those coming to hear Bittner speak included Holocaust survivors and their descendants, as well as Daniel Agranov, Deputy Consul General of Israel to the Southwest United States.

“Darkness and silence always go together,” said Bittner, and in the current climate of increasing anti-Semitism, the March of Remembrance provides an avenue for people to arise from silence and indifference to stand as a light in the face of oppression. This year, marches will be held in over 50 cities across the U.S., and in more than 30 cities in Germany, on Saturday, April 18th and Sunday, April 19th. Statewide event locations and details can be found at

Bittner’s book, “Breaking the Veil of Silence”, discusses the roots of anti-Semitism over the years and describes his own experiences with the initial unwillingness of many in Europe to confront their past. It also charts the creation of the March of Life and March of Remembrance, which recently received an award at the Knesset in Israel, and describes how those that choose to remain silent while their fellow humans are oppressed become perpetrators themselves.

Jobst Bittner was born in 1956 to parents who were Nazi party members during the war, his father having fought in both France and North Africa. Growing up, neither of his parents talked about the Holocaust, believing they had not part in the mass murder of 6 million Jews. Bittner later learned that this attitude was common throughout much of Europe; many people did not talk even with their families about the Holocaust.

Like Bittner, many children born to Nazi families after the war did not know the extent of their families’ involvement until much later in life. The true extent of this ‘veil of silence’ became clear to him when he and his wife studied at Tübingen University in the 1980s. To his surprise, many people there were ignoring the fact that the Holocaust had been perpetrated in camps just miles from the city.

As the city and the university began digging through the past, and as more perpetrators began to open up about the things that happened during the war, the later generations finally began to learn about their families’ involvement in the Holocaust.

As a counselor at his church, Bittner heard the stories of children and grandchildren of Nazis that were trying to cope with these hard truths that had been uncovered. He then created the March of Life to break the silence that has plagued Europe since World War II.

In an attempt to find healing for those struggling with the past, and to find the words that their fathers and grandfathers could not find, Bittner planned a march along the same roads where Hitler had forced Jews to march in what are now known as death marches. However, the March of Life would walk in the reverse direction of the marches, back to their camps of origin.

As Bittner was organizing the first March of Life in 2007, he was contacted by Jewish friends and survivors that wanted to participate. The march grew, and many survivors returned to these roads for the first time since liberation. Children and grandchildren of perpetrators of the Holocaust were able to ask victims for forgiveness and make an attempt at finding peace with their families’ pasts. They had broken the veil of silence and opened the door to reconciliation.

Although Bittner first thought this would be the only march, it became apparent that anti-Semitic feelings were widespread, and veils of silence needed to be broken in other locations too. The second march was held in 2008 in eastern Germany and was in the shape of a Star of David. Over the next few years, other cities in other countries such as Poland, Ukraine, and Austria expressed interest in having marches. A few years after this, marches had also begun in the United States.

This year there will be 30 marches throughout Europe, and 56 in the United States. The only way the atrocities of the Holocaust were able to take place was because millions stayed silent when confronted with the oppression and deportation of their neighbors. You can join the survivors, liberators, 2nd and 3rd generation survivors and others on one or more of these marches to honor those lost, educate the living, provide healing to those affected by the Holocaust, and vow never to stay silent in the face of evil.

About the March of Remembrance

The March of Remembrance is a sister to the March of Life in Europe, which was started in 2007 by Pastor Jobst Bittner, TOS Ministry, of Tubingen Germany. Marches are held in over 50 US cities, and internationally, on Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) to remember the atrocities of the Holocaust and stand in solidarity with the Jewish community in saying Never Again.

The March provides an opportunity to honor Holocaust survivors and let their stories be told; educate a generation that is many times unaware of the reality of the horrors of the Holocaust; remember not only those who were lost in the Holocaust, but those who fought for freedom; and engage the issues of anti-Semitism and social justice.

2015 March of Remembrance Dates and Locations:

Saturday, April 18th, 2015:

Brenham, Baytown and Kingwood (the March in Kingwood will conclude at the Holocaust Garden of Remembrance at Kings Harbor Waterfront Village near the restaurants, where there will be a short dedication of the garden and a Celebration of Life event, with a book signing by our survivors, fellowship and lovely restaurants to enjoy).

Sunday, April 19th, 2015:

Central Houston (beginning at Rice Temple Baptist Church and ending at Holocaust Museum Houston’s Citywide Yom HaShoah commemoration at Congregation Emanu El.)

Register online and receive updates at

Latest Houston Restaurants News

Houston Restaurants
Image by BrentOzar

Can a Bad Valet Ruin a Restaurant Experience?
A dining experience begins the moment a person arrives. For those of us who drive (in other words, most Houstonians), that includes finding a parking space or turning your car over to the valet. For the review visits at KUU, my guests and I opted for …
Read more on Houston Press (blog)

Houston-area taco restaurant closes
In the Facebook post, the restaurant also explained that it is going to be focusing its efforts on the restaurant's Dallas market. Tandoory Taco is one of a number of Houston-area restaurants that has closed recently. TQLA on Washington Avenue closed …
Read more on Houston Business Journal

Dream Works Properties Expands with Custom Homes Throughout Houston

The Woodlands, TX (PRWEB) November 02, 2014

Due to Dream Works Properties’ recent residential expansion, Dustin Yates’ custom homes and buildings are popping up, not only throughout Houston’s neighborhoods, such as The Woodlands, Memorial, and Houston Heights, but also in other areas, leading all the way up to Lake Livingston.

Dream Works Properties’ commercial division’s expansion recently included building volleyball gyms in Magnolia and various office buildings in the medical center downtown, Houston.  They specialize in building from retail to restaurants, and from free standing to build-outs.

“We are very blessed and excited with all of our new projects and are continuing to grow in in both our residential and commercial divisions,” said owner, Dustin Yates. “A custom home gives our clients a real sense of ownership. There is nothing better than seeing your vision come to reality.”

“Our experience with Dream Works Properties’ custom homes has been a great one. From the time we met our sales consultant and started building our home to the time we finally closed and moved in, all of the people who we worked with were kind, professional and very easy to work with. They always exceeded our expectations and were always quick to answer any questions or address any concerns we had all through our building process. We know we have a lovely home because our friends and family are always pointing it out to us whenever they visit. There was a lot of hard work that went into making sure we got the home we desired and dreamed about and we are grateful that we chose Dream Works Properties to build it, “said clients, Ed and Sue Sterling.

Dream Works Properties is located at 71 W. Loftwood Circle, The Woodlands, TX 77382. For more information, please call (281) 630-3338.

About Dream Works Properties

Dream Works Properties goal is to build the most energy efficient home, while integrating the views and ideas of the homeowners. They want to build a dream home, providing many great memories for years to come.

About NALA™

The NALA is a full-service marketing agency providing custom personalized service for small and medium businesses throughout the United States.  

PR Contact: Tiffani Tendell


805.650.6121, ext. 361

Find More Houston Restaurants Press Releases

Restaurant Promotion and Publicity: For Just a Few Dollars a Day (Food Service Professionals Guide, Vol. 4)

Restaurant Promotion and Publicity: For Just a Few Dollars a Day (Food Service Professionals Guide, Vol. 4)

Restaurant Promotion and Publicity: For Just a Few Dollars a Day (Food Service Professionals Guide, Vol. 4)

This series of fifteen books – The Food Service Professional Guide TO Series from the editors of the Food Service Professional magazine are the best and most comprehensive books for serious food service operators available today.

These step-by-step guides on a specific management subject range from finding a great site for your new restaurant to how to train your wait staff and literally everything in between. They are easy and fast-to-read, easy to understand and will take the mystery o

List Price: $ 12.95


More Houston Restaurants Products

Latest Houston Restaurants News

The RK Group expands restaurant business to Houston
The newest edition to the San Antonio-based catering and event company's expanding portfolio is Radio Milano. The eatery serves up modern Italian dishes and is located in Houston's upscale CityCentre district. The new restaurant has a companion …
Read more on San Antonio Business Journal

Uchi loses acclaimed chef to Dallas restaurant group
Robison left his role as executive chef at Houston's Restaurant Cinq to become a sous chef at Uchi in 2012. Within a year, he'd been promoted to chef de cuisine at one of the most high-profile restaurants in the state. He offers praise to Uchi, the …
Read more on CultureMap Austin

Where to Eat Right Now: 10 sizzling, must-try restaurants for November
What does the Pappas family do with a "spare" building in an area of Houston that already had a full complement of the company's restaurants? They use it to launch a new concept, of course. Located just outside the Loop on I-10 East, Pappas Meat Co is …
Read more on CultureMap Houston

Cafe Mezza & Grille

Cafe Mezza & Grille Reviews

6100 Westheimer Rd
Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (159 Reviews)

Review by Nicola G.
I randomly checked this place out cause we were stuck in traffic and hungry…. boy, did I stumble on something mighty delicious. First thing I did was…
Rating: 5

Review by Kit C.
Ok, so, aesthetics:

The atmosphere leaves something to be desired, but we were here for the food.

Num nums:

Baba ganoush
Rating: 3

Review by Mereen J.
Food Too Good to NOT Post! Cafe Mezza and Grille – Mango Stuffed Chicken and Cornish Hen Platter!

We went here on a whim thanks to all the Yelp reviews…
Rating: 4

Houston Is Cooking the Best: The Best

Houston Is Cooking the Best: The Best

Houston Is Cooking the Best: The Best

  • Used Book in Good Condition

What Houstonians have enjoyed when dining out, they often wish to recreate at home, and this book helps fill that need. 26 of the city’s best chefs and restaurants share their recipes for popular dishes that are sure to become favorites.

List Price: $ 19.95


More Houston Restaurants Products

 Page 1 of 27  1  2  3  4  5 » ...  Last » 

Local Events, Concerts, Tickets
Events by Eventful