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New Game Changing Bar

New downtown bar vows to be cocktail pretension free: Great drinks and no attitude?

By Tyler Rudick

In spite of its impressively wordy name, Captain Foxheart's Bad News Bar & Spirit Lodge is all about the basics. "We're here to take the pretension out of the wh ...


Second in Command

The hottest sous chefs in Houston: These overlooked standouts will be starring at restaurants soon

By Layne Lynch

Tucked away in the nooks and crannies of fine-dining kitchens, sous chefs often spend their days brainstorming new menu specials, ordering local produce and meats, managing numerous line cooks, and ...


Foodie News

Pass & Provisions (not so quietly) opens in the Gravitas space: All the details on a foodie frenzy

By Sarah Rufca

It looks like there's no such thing as a quiet opening anymore. At least not if the restaurant opening is The Pass & Provisions, the highly anticipated restaurant in the former Gravitas ...


Foodie News

Two new restaurants are set to fill the Gravitas space — and they're full of foodie power

By Sarah Rufca

It's been a real estate mystery for weeks: Word on the street was that the former Gravitas space at the corner of Taft and Allen Parkway was getting a new restaurant tenant, but who? Now we fin ...


Foodie News

Goodbye Gravitas: Former Scott Tycer hotspot suddenly shutters, restaurant cleared out

By Sarah Rufca

After Gravitas opened its stylish doors in a former sandwich shop space on Taft in 2005, Texas Monthly quickly dubbed it the best restaurant opening in Texas for the year. Just over six years later ...


Foodie News

Chef Scott Tycer sells Gravitas & the new Austin buyer brings big plans, perhaps two new restaurants

By Sarah Rufca

It seems like only yesterday when Scott Tycer's refusal to sell Gravitas to his partner Jason Gould caused the foodie fight heard 'round the world (or at least 'round the Beltway). But ...


Food for Thought

Houston's historical saviors: Chefs are preserving more than food these days

By Marene Gustin

There are a couple of givens about Houston. One is that it’s humid during the summers. And, the traffic sucks. And then there’s the fact that developers love to tear down any s ...


Foodie News

Houston Chef's Table: Kraftsmen Cafe's Scott Tycer hungers for the Taco Nazi's tortillas

By Sarah Rufca

No one knows Houston restaurants better than the people who run them, own them, and work in the kitchens. In this continuing series, CultureMap is asking our favorite foodie personalities around to ...


Foodie News

Bye-bye, Textile: Scott Tycer's passion project shutters, for now

By Marene Gustin

The rumors of Textile’s demise have now been confirmed. Word comes today that the acclaimed Scott Tycer venture inside the historic 115-year-old former textile mill that also houses his Kraft ...


Vegging Out

Don't call me Tofu! The vegan takes on the steakhouse — and wins

By Joel Luks

The vegan vs. the Texas fine dining establishment: Can we get along? I have one foot in the Texas good ole boys world of new residential construction and another in the creative land of n ...


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