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The Bird and the Bear

Houston’s own Elouise Adams Jones or affectionately known as “ Ouisie” from Ouisie’s Table in River Oaks has just launched The Bird and The Bear. From lunch to late night, as well as Sunday brunch, she has an array of dishes that will please everyone from vegetarians, pescatarians to the hearty carnivore.
2810 Westheimer


Tony Mandola’s Gulf Coast Kitchen

The new location of Tony and Phyllis Mandola’s Gulf Coast Kitchen is a dream finally realized in their brand new, free standing restaurant on Waugh Drive. Serving all of our nostalgic favorites as well as some pizzas with a new twist and other selections that will surely be on your favorites list for years to come.
1212 Waugh Dr.


Sorrel

A fresh approach inside the loop. No need to take that drive to Ray’s Grill in Fulshear any longer to delight in the locally procured, seasonal flavors from owner Ray Salti and Chef Soren Pedersen.
A three course prix fixe during lunch is offered as well as an la carte . Many inspiring choices from their imaginative and fresh from the farm menu.
2202 West Alabama


Felix 55

Not the Felix that we all came to know and love in the Montrose , Owner Pejman “PJ” Jamea and Chef Michael Kramer has introduced a delectable American menu with many favorites for even the pickiest of patrons.
5510 Morningside


Cru’

Within the shiny new West Ave development in River Oaks, Cru’ will likely be a favorite place to see and be seen. From floor to ceiling one is surrounded by a wall of wine bottles that is sure to make you smile. If you’re new to the fine art of vinification or a seasoned sommelier you will feel right at home. With the offering of thirty or more wines by the glass and over three hundred bottles to choose from, Cru’ takes their interest in wine to a new level. Experience the menu of wine flights By Lisa June they offer and you will be on your way to a world of wine empowered with taste and knowledge without the attitude. Oh yes and let’s not forgot the delicious menu . My favorite is the pear and Gorgonzola pizza. Matt will be most helpful in choosing a perfect pairing with your choice.
2800 Kirby within West Avenue Center


Hendrick’s Pub and Eatery

A fresh and friendly place that offers some favorite pub fare such as Bangers and Mash as well as salads and pizza. With over twenty-two draft beers and thirty-six bottled beers to choose from you can find something for everyone. The menu even states the alcohol content in each flavor. Whisky flights for the serious at heart also offered.
3320 Kirby Drive


D’Amico’s Italian Market Cafe in The Heights

This location is a welcome sight in the Heights with it’s authentic Northern and Southern Italian recipes that is a taste of the old country. They offer a steam table from 11am-2pm with a wide variety of tasty items as well as the full menu of our favorites we came to love at the location in the Village. Outside seating and plenty of parking available.
2802 White Oak


Xuco Xican

Out with old and in with the new. This isn’t your momma’s El Patio anymore. This midtown hotspot has a revved up menu and nice covered patio where you can let your hair down and people watch. Professional staff that is friendly and attentive can help you navigate the new menu and make sure your dining experience is tasty and fun.
2416 Brazos