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Cookbook Celebration

Houston restaurant family celebrates 25th anniversary with colorful cookbook

By Shelby Hodge

What better way to celebrate a restaurant milestone than writing a cookbook? Just ask Michael Cordúa and son David Cordúa, who marked the restaurant empire's 25-year his ...


New Mile High Club

The new mile high club? Cloud Nine Lounge lures young professionals, rocks the charity scene

By Joel Luks

When guests disembarked from Sarofim Hall after the concert portion of Bering Omega Community Service's "Sing for Hope" gala Saturday at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, they ...


Monster Guacamole

New monster guacamole surprises: A high-end Houston restaurant takes things to the extreme

By Marene Gustin

There’s guacamole and then there’s guacamole. And then there’s that green mash they sell in supermarkets in a plastic bag. What is that stuff anyway, soylent green maybe? But ...


Foodie News

A lucky menu? One of the top restaurants in town tries to tempt with small-bite specials

By Sarah Rufca

The number eight is lucky in Chinese culture, but it has also been auspicious for the Cordúa family. Michael Cordúa opened his first restaurant, Churrascos, on Aug. 8, 1988 — or ...


Food for Thought

Food with a view: The most scenic restaurants in Houston

By Marene Gustin

I love the outdoors. OK, for everyone who knows me, if you can please stop laughing for a moment, I’ll explain. I love the beauty of nature, the city skyline, the bustling streets. ...


Foodie News

Cigars, chanchos and churrascos: Cordúas prep for James Beard with beautiful Buen Provecho dinner

By Sarah Rufca

Sparkling wine, a sunset hovering over a lake view and some "taconcitas" of ahi tuna with avocado mousse: It's hard for an evening that starts like this to be anything short of except ...


Foodie News

The Cordúas invade New York! Father and son chefs earn prestigious James Beard honor

By Sarah Rufca

It will be a family affair at the James Beard House in New York City on May 17. That's when noted Houston restaurateurs and chefs Michael and David Cordúa have been invited to present a ...


Foodie News

More mag love: Michael Cordúa shows off his own Latin bites in Hemispheres

By Sarah Rufca

Can you keep all the appearances Houston chefs and restaurants are making in national media straight? If it's not Rebecca Masson in Southern Living, it's Brasserie 19 in USA Today. The ...


Foodie News

Farewell to a game-changer: Américas Post Oak closing to make room for BLVD Place

By Sarah Rufca

It's the end of an era in dining — the original Américas on Post Oak Boulevard is closing for good on August 20. Executive chef David Cordúa, son of owner and original c ...


Food for Thought

Kitchen envy to the next dimension: Outdoor and in Philippe, the craze grips Houston

By Marene Gustin

I rarely cooked when I was young. My first kitchen when I moved to Houston, so many moons ago, was an adorable, tiny space with a black and white tiled floor and a gas stove that reminded me of the ...


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