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Snooze Montrose pancakes benedicts
Snooze plans to grow, but that won't slow down the wait for a table. Photo by Eric Sandler
Shake Shack pop-up
Some of Houston's highest profile chefs and restaurateurs greeted Shake Shack's arrival.  Photo by Daniel Ortiz
Cane Rosso Heights Joan Marie
The Joan Marie at Cane Rosso features jalapeno pesto. Photo by Eric Sandler
Steak 48 kitchen and shellfish
Steak 48's lively bar attracted lots of people, but serious work is done in its kitchen, too. Photo by Eric Sandler
Amorino gelato
Amorino's rose petal-shaped cones taste as good as they look. Amorino USA/Facebook