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Mexico City Getaway

Mexico City's chic Polanco district offers perfect destination for art-filled food and shopping experience

By Leslie Sharp

MEXICO CITY — Only a two-hour flight from Houston is an elegant and pedestrian-friendly haven for foodies, shopaholics and culture enthusiasts. The chic Polanco neighborhood of Mexico City is ...


Mexico Eats

Ex-Texan explores authentic Mexico City street food in new cookbook and cooking class

By Teresa Gubbins

If you're going to talk about a cuisine with authority, there's one surefire way to get it: Go to the source and eat it there. Author and former Texan Lesley Tellez did that one better: She ...


Shop The World

Luxury stores flock to Mexico: Prada just the latest designer brand to embrace the move

By Clifford Pugh

For years, wealthy Mexicans have traveled to Houston to shop in The Galleria's tony boutiques. That is likely to continue, although there's growing evidence that the most exclusive names in ...


It's A Small World

Dying for a luxurious international weekend escape? Try Mexico City — yes, Mexico City

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Just one short flight from any major hub in Texas will land a traveler in the lap of luxury. Though this city is often overlooked as a destination, and is used more commonly as a thoroughfare, Mexi ...


First Taste

The new hip spot: Cuchara dares to be different — only female chefs, great service & brunch promise

By Sarah Rufca

In every romantic comedy there is a moment when either the hero or heroine, after screwing up and pushing their love interest away, finds himself (or herself) miserable, alone, and standing outside ...


So much to do

South of the border: Who needs beaches when Mexico City offers so much to explore?

By Karen Burd

The typical vacation spots for Mexico usually tend to be places like Cancun or Cozumel, but what about Mexico City? As one of the largest cities in the world, it has a lot to offer for vacationers. ...


Foodie News

New neighbors for Uchi: A classy cantina is headed to lower Westheimer

By Sarah Rufca

The restaurant row at Montrose and Westheimer anchored around Uchi is expanding in a big way. In addition to Ryan Hildebrand's Brande going in across the street in the former Ruggles Grill loca ...


Foodie News

Not your ordinary Tex-Mex: New restaurant to feature the cuisine of Mexico City and a giant bar

By Sarah Rufca

When Cuchara opens at the corner of Taft and Fairview this summer, don't expect more of the same Tex-Mex. Cuchara, which means spoon in Spanish, will specialize in the traditional cuisine o ...


The Director's Cut

First-time director wages her own assault on the movie establishment at Latin Wave

By David Theis

The title The Cinema Hold Up has a cheekier edge than its original Spanish name: Asalto al Cine, which suggests that cinema itself is under assault. So I wrongly expected a more playful film, perha ...


Like losing your luggage, but so not really

Move over, Harry Potter: Delta makes dog wholly disappear from flight

By Fayza A. Elmostehi

Aren't love stories uplifting? Feel free to swoon along with us for this fairytale. Boy meets Girl. Boy and Girl couple up. Boy and Girl commit to Pivotal Relationship Point #1 - Vacationin ...


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