CLUTCH CITY CLUBS

How Paradise Palace Is Changing Houston’s Nightlife Scene

The trio behind some of Austin's most popular clubs—Coconut Club, Neon Grotto, and Cuatro Gato—has established a new presence in Houston.

09/23/2022 By Amarie Gipson Photography by Darío De León

EAST OF EADO

Popular Heights Bar to Open New Location in Second Ward This Fall

Eight Row Flint will be taking over Night Shift's former digs along Harrisburg.

08/24/2022 By Daniel Renfrow

TACO-TASTIC

Houston Chef Publishes New Book on Tacos

The Mexican-born chef behind Houston's Cochinita & Co. is publishing her first cookbook! Taco-Tastic will turn your Taco Tuesday into a weeklong affair.

08/02/2022 By Daniel Renfrow

FROZEN TREATS

H-Town’s Favorite Popsicle Company Opens New Shop in Second Ward

Jonathan Delgado's POPSTON, one of Houston's greatest popsicle companies, opened a brick-and-motor location at The Plant in July 2022.

07/25/2022 By Daniel Renfrow

Kick Up the Jams

7 Thai Restaurants Worthy of Some Heat

Thai Food in Houston is all about freshness, balance, and chilies so spicy they make you sweat.

07/06/2022 By Timothy Malcolm and Daniel Renfrow

Arts in the Bayou City

ICYMI: New Plan Puts East End's Rich Arts & Culture Scene Front and Center

Plus, we've two poet laureates and a Pepsi-featured artist.

06/02/2021 By Emma Schkloven

More to Come

Hot Pizza Pop-Up Chef Planning Major Moves in 2021

Angie's is closing up shop ... for now?

05/19/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

International Coffee

Here's Where to Order a Flat White in Houston

The Down Under drink started making the rounds in Australia and New Zealand back in the 1980s before one famous coffee company brought it to the attention of many Americans in 2015.

03/02/2021 By Paul Galvani

Creativity in the Bayou City

Admire the Houston-themed Papel Picado at This East End Light-Rail Station

Part of the city's Art in Transit program, the Cesar Chavez/67th Street Station is an homage to the neighborhood’s Hispanic roots.

02/10/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Howdy, neighbor 

Meet the Architect Who’s Designing (and Living in) Houston’s First Cohousing Community

It’s all about shared greenspaces and knowing your neighbors for Kathleen English.

02/05/2021 By Laura Furr Mericas

First Bite

A Vacation to Tiny Champions? Plan That Trip

The new restaurant from the folks behind Nancy's Hustle is like a resort ... stay with me on this.

12/22/2020 By Timothy Malcolm

Rusted Roots

How Industrial Relics Will Get a New Life in Buffalo Bayou Partnership’s East Sector

Houston’s going to get a lot greener in the coming decades.

11/06/2020 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Take Me Out

Comfort Food Takeout Guide: EaDo/East End

A Vietnamese "bun bo hue," breakfast tacos, and hip heightened comfort classics fill us up right.

10/15/2020 By Timothy Malcolm

All Politics is Local

U.S. Rep. Sylvia Garcia's Navigation System Began—You Guessed It—on Navigation Boulevard

The local leader’s journey to Congress owes a lot to her "segundo barrio," the East End.

10/13/2020 By Gwendolyn Knapp

First Look

Coffee Concept Takes a Leap with Uptown Park Locale, Expansion Plans

Giant Leap Coffee opens its second location as it readies a move in the East End.

09/23/2020 By Adrianne Reece

Fill 'Er Up

Roots Wine Bar Promises Self-Serve Vino

The spot is scheduled to open in the East End this summer.

05/06/2020 By Timothy Malcolm

Meet The Mixologist(s)

Bartenders Provide an Update on Their East End Project, Night Shift

Maybe these guys will create some cocktails for your next private event, too.

02/27/2020 By Lauro Rojas

Buzzworthy

At Southside Flying Pizza, More Is More

There's a lot of good pizza in Houston. Does this Austinite stack up?

01/01/2020 By Timothy Malcolm

Chef's Special

Recounting Old East End Houston With Chef Alex Padilla

The Ninfa's chef remembers a childhood spent wolfing down tacos at Villa Arcos.

10/30/2019 By Carlos Brandon

Space City

These Historic Bungalows in the East End Might Be Houston's Coolest Airbnbs

Every design detail—from the eco-friendly mattresses, to the mismatched furniture, to the pendant lights, to the prints of Texas oilfields and native plants—is part of a Houston story.

07/22/2019 By Laura Furr Mericas