#TXBites: Calling All Coffee Drinkers – Collaborative Trade Coffee is a Thing & It’s in Houston

by Gabi De la Rosa on December 4, 2019

Delicious coffee and scratch made bakery goods - what else could you ask for? How about drinking quality coffee with a conscience? We have all seen or heard of fair trade coffee, but do you...

#TravelTuesday: Go Solo & Let Go in Lost Pines Texas

by Haven Lindsey on December 3, 2019

As I stood ready to let go for my first zip line ride, I knew that in less than a minute, I would be standing on the opposite platform with an expanded mind from learning...

#FoodieFriday: Putting a Luxe Spin on Texas Creole Classics

by Gabi De la Rosa on November 29, 2019

We are glad the hottest part of the year is finally over for many reasons, but Brennan’s of Houston’s new seasonal menu might be the tastiest reason of them all. For more than five decades,...

Texas Essentials: J. Robert Moore, Actor, Director & “Golden Girls” Fan 

by Lisa Davis on November 26, 2019

J. Robert Moore says, “If I wasn’t acting, and I didn’t work in the theater at all, I would probably---be very sad and gloomy somewhere.” As a result of being called “so dramatic” by his...

#TXBites: Sweet Paris Creperie & Café Highland Village

by Gabi De la Rosa on November 25, 2019

Although visions of Nutella may be the first thing you think of when you hear the word crepe, the thin pancakes are so much more than a sweet treat. They can be sweet or savory,...

Your Ho-Ho-Ho-liday Guide to Texas, 2019

by Julie Tereshchuk on November 22, 2019

Other parts of the country might be pulling on the mittens, lacing up the snow boots and throwing a log on the fire. In Texas, we’ve got our own ways of celebrating the holidays. Here...

#TXVoices: Barbara Bronstein, Founder, Second Servings Houston

by Lisa Davis on November 18, 2019

Barbara Bronstein is rescuing food one meal at a time and on a mission to fill stomachs, not landfills. For more than 30 years, Bronstein has resided in Houston where she had attended her fair...

#FoodieFriday: La Table Houston Answers the Question, “Where Should We Go for Brunch?”

by Gabi De la Rosa on November 15, 2019

Houston foodies have become accustomed to restaurants vying for their brunch reservations. La Table Houston, however, has set a high bar for what a delicious and entertaining brunch should be. So, we’ve put together a...

Five Minutes With Rana Argenio, 10 Grove Founder

by Lisa Davis on November 12, 2019

To say luxury textiles run in Rana Argenio’s blood would be an understatement.  Her family has been in the textile industry for five generations selling luxury bed, bath and table linens to retailers and interior...