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Houston-bound popular burger joint, reality series with local cast and soon-to-open River Oaks restaurant lead the week's top stories

Houston-bound burger joint leads this week's top stories

Hopdoddy burger
We can taste it already: Austin's Hopdoddy is set to hit the Houston market. Hopdoddy/Facebook
7 Connie Wang, left, and Cindi Rose at the Foundation for Teen Health Tootsies luncheon September 2014
Who will make the cut on the Houston version of Bravo TV's Married to Medicine Photo by Max Burkhalte
State of Grace preview
Restaurant countdown: Atlanta's Ford Fry launches his first Houston restaurant in River Oaks later this month.  Photo by Eric Sandler
Texas Art Asylum recyclers
CultureMap's got your guide to where to recycle just about everything in Houston. Photo by Robyn Arouty
Houston, Stylemakers, September 2015, collage
Meet the CultureMap Stylemakers semifinalists. Courtesy photo
Hopdoddy burger
7 Connie Wang, left, and Cindi Rose at the Foundation for Teen Health Tootsies luncheon September 2014
State of Grace preview
Texas Art Asylum recyclers
Houston, Stylemakers, September 2015, collage

Editor’s note: From tasty burgers to a friendly competition between some of Houston's top-dressed ladies and gents, here's your round-up of this week's most read stories.

1) Popular Austin-based burger joint appears headed to Houston's River Oaks District 

We’re all about a good burger, and so are you. Fans of Austin's Hopdoddy are hyped about the popular burger joint’s plans to join the Houston dining scene.

2) Reality series Married to Medicine is filming in H-Town, and we have our own ideas for the cast

Get ready to grab your popcorn: With an air date slotted for next month on Bravo TV, the buzz is building about the Houston version of Atlanta's Married to Medicine. You did your research, reading up on CultureMap’s suggested list of Neilson-love-worthy mistresses of medicine.

3) Hot new River Oaks restaurant offers a glorious sneak preview at popular Texas farm

We’re all waiting with bated breath for Ford Fry, Atlanta-based chef and restaurateur, and Houston native, to open his 10th restaurant— his first in Houston.

4) Where to recycle just about everything in Houston, from cords to computers to wine corks — and more

Who knew you could recycle those old, antiquated computers and ever-growing piles of removed wine corks? CultureMap’s got your guide to where and when to do it.

5) Meet the CultureMap Stylemakers semifinalists: Cast your vote now!

Boy, does Houston have a lot of stylish men and women. It’s a tough job, but you voted in droves for your top fashionistas with the top vote-getters moving into the final round next week. Hang on to your party hats and start planning your outfit, this is all leading up to a blowout Stylemaker soiree at Tootsies in West Ave on October 14.