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Food News: Craft Creamery's Latest Work, Trash Panda & More.

Plus, Landry's Seafood's Houston Restaurant Week offerings.

By Shelby Stewart August 6, 2021

Craft Creamery teamed up with BOH Pizza. 

Craft Creamery is taking their dairy use in a different direction 一 the neighborhood ice cream parlor is trading in their ice cream for mozzarella cheese. Steve Marques, Chef, and Owner of Craft Creamery (formerly The Burger Guys and Max’s Wine Dive) has teamed up with BOH Pasta & Pizza to create a pizza. Inspired by his a popular burger from the now-defunct burger joint.

The specialty pizza is part of BOH’s guest chef series where 100% of the proceeds from sales of the pizza will go to Ty Grossie, a former long-time employee’s medical expenses as he is fighting cancer. 

The pizza toppings include seared ground beef, bread and butter jalapenos, onion bacon jam, and pickled mustard seeds.

Steve Marques is partnering with BOH Pasta & Pizza to create a pizza inspired by his past popular burger from The Burger Guys. 

The Houston Burger Pizza is available now and will run a minimum of two weeks.


Trash Panda Drinking Club recently opened in Houston's Northside Village, and the raccoon-themed bar offers an intimate vibe with tasty cocktails to match. Upon entering, you'll find a neon sign that reads "death is coming, eat trash, be free." Which serves as an ode to the owner, who's obsessed with raccoons, because "they're super smart and always getting into something."

The bar is a unique hideaway that's great for an after-work hangout spot. The cocktail menu plays uniquely on Y2K nostalgia 一 offering a Bubblegum Martini, A Walk in the Woods, and an uncommon-yet-tasty twist on a Midori Sour. 

Crabs at Trash Panda Drinking Club.

Trash Panda Drinking Club, 4203 Edison Street.


Houston Restaurant Weeks has kicked off into high gear with a wide range of cuisines from across the city. Landry's Seafood House in Katy and The Woodlands have a few exceptional offerings for this year's celebration. 

Food available at Landry's Seafood House.

Both restaurants will offer a two-course lunch menu and three-course dinner menu, available August 1 through September 6. Their two-course dinners are $20, and the three-course is $49. Appetizers include Crab, Spinach & Artichoke Dip, Iceberg Wedge Salad, and Chicken & Sausage Gumbo. Entrees include the Almond Crusted Mahi Mahi, Redfish Verona, and Parmesan Encrusted Chicken.

Desserts, only available with the three-course meal, are Cinnamon Bread Pudding, Crème Brûlée, and Bananas Foster. 

Landry's Seafood House Katy, 22215 Katy Fwy. The Woodlands, 1212 Lake Robbins Dr.

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