After spending his life in Philadelphia, Boston, and New York City, Timothy Malcolm left the East Coast in July 2018 to become the dining editor of Houstonia. He brings with him a wife, daughter, and a pair of hiking poles that are collecting dust in a closet inside his Heights bungalow.

Along with writing about food and drink for Houstonia, and eating and drinking his way through the city, Timothy is the author of an upcoming travel guide titled Appalachian Trail Road Trip. His work has also appeared in Backpacker, October, Paste, and publications across the New York metropolitan area. Now that he’s not hiking mountains, Timothy collects yacht rock records, visits ballparks, and trusts the process of his beloved 76ers.

Sorry, I'm Late!

Why We Still Love the Original Ninfa's on Navigation

We agree with the James Beard Foundation in thinking Tex-Mex deserves a national shoutout.

03/28/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

0 For 11

Home Field Disadvantage: Houston Denied James Beard Awards

As all eyes focused on Space City for the nomination ceremony, there was a feeling of shock and disappointment.

03/27/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Bayou City Beer Club

Beer Review: Spindletap Houston Haze

Consider this beer the perfect introduction to the popular NEIPA style.

03/27/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Mudbugs

How Do You Like to Eat Crawfish?

We're not afraid of sucking on the head.

03/26/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Inner Loop Love

Ronnie Killen to Open Comfort Food Restaurant in the Heights

The restaurateur will take over the old Hickory Hollow space.

03/25/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Penny For Your Thoughts

Food News: Heugel, Yu Announce Plans for Next Move in Montrose

Plus, Antone's Famous Po' Boys announces a Med Center location.

03/25/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Ice House

The Stone Cold Truth: Houston's Curling Game Is Growing

Where to play the Olympic sensation in the city you might least expect it.

03/25/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Best Restaurants

Our 10 Go-To Spots for Chinese Food

Some of our favorite places for Cantonese, Sichuan, and more.

03/25/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

What to Eat and Drink at Astros Games This Season

Forget peanuts and Cracker Jack—these are the new food and drink items to nab at the ol’ ball game.

03/25/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Pour

Houston Now Has Its Own Cider Company

Goodbye, Town in City Brewing Co. Hello, Houston Cider Co.

03/25/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Restaurant Review

Blood Bros and Truth BBQ Bring the Heat to Houston's Smoked Meat Game

The Bayou City barbecue scene is positively scorching right now.

03/25/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Sorry, I'm Late!

Hughie's in the Heights Is the Perfect Neighborhood Restaurant

Sometimes it just takes a pick-up order to figure out why you like a place.

03/22/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

First Pitch

Beer News: Where to Drink For Astros Opening Day

Plus, one brewery won social media with a cute story about a stuffed unicorn.

03/22/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

11 Simple Rules

When Should You Bring Kids to the Bar? Ever?

And yes, you really do need to watch your child while you're there.

03/21/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Bayou City Beer Club

Beer Review: True Anomaly Small Giant

So, how's the beer at East Downtown's new brewery?

03/20/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

A Few Openings

Food News: Portland's Voodoo Doughnut Is Heading to Houston

Plus, the newest Bernie's Burger Bus is ready to roll.

03/19/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Catch Him Around Town

Chef Marcus Samuelsson Is Filming His Show In Houston

The renowned chef is highlighting West African culture on No Passport Required.

03/18/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Flippin' Good

Food News: Filipino Food Coming to Downtown Food Hall

Plus, get cheap drinks at Superica on weekdays.

03/18/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Keg of Gold

Beer News: Celebrate 8th Wonder's Birthday, St. Patrick's Day

Plus, where to enjoy some suds this weekend while petting a pony.

03/15/2019 By Timothy Malcolm

Fishy, Isn't It?

There's More Than Catfish at Catfish Station, and You Should Try It

Crawfish empanadas? Say no more.

03/15/2019 By Joanna O'Leary