Tag Archive for heights

Waffley Wedded

Growing up, “breakfast for dinner” was a cherished family tradition, so why not combine “breakfast and dinner”? It seems like the not-too-distant past when sweet and savory occupied disparate realms of the culinary universe. (What? Salt? In my caramel?!) But nowadays, like…

Up A Creek

Trendy new hotspots may get all the buzz, but the hill country aesthetic of the Creek family of establishments pulls me in like an irresistible tractor beam. Where Dry Creek is smaller and BYOB, and Cedar Creek is massive and…

Houston Want Wingy

Buffalo, New York claims to be the birthplace of the Buffalo Wing, but I think what they really mean is the traditional Buffalo sauce because, frankly, chicken wings have been eaten since, well, just after the egg. Or is it…

Such Great Heights

After stopping by Anvil on Tuesday, I headed over to the edge of the Heights, where El Gran Malo has been garnering buzz with their infused tequilas. EGM took over the space formerly occupied by the quiet, short-lived French restaurant,…

Flaming Patties

Flaming Patties at Shady Tavern

For any new food truck entering the increasingly competitive Houston fray, the culinary arms race can go one of two ways: you either bring out the big guns and conduct a shock-and-awe campaign with soft shell crab and pork belly,…

Hubcap Grill on 19th

Hubcap Grill on 19th

The Hubcap Grill at the original location on Prairie St. downtown, as far as burger “joints” go, has to be one of the jointiest joints around. A small shotgun building with a few tables in front, hubcaps adorning the exterior…