Tag: Houston

Follow Your Fork to Houston Black Restaurant Week

It’s back! Houston Black Restaurant Week (HOUBRW) is back for its third annual culinary showcase with a flurry of excitement and anticipation. From April 16 – April 29, 2018, Houstonians have the opportunity to experience some of the city’s best African-American, African and Caribbean cuisines. Houston Black Restaurant week, established in the spring of 2016,

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REVIEW: Welcome to Crumbville, TX

There’s nothing better than a good bake shop, especially when you just stumble upon a good bake shop. This is exactly what happened when we were in Third Ward a few weeks ago (more on that here). When we saw the sign that said Welcome to Crumbville, TX, little did we know we’d be in

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Project Row Houses in Houston’s Third Ward

We love sharing gems with you in our lovely city of Houston. After our Downtown Houston staycation, we ventured a few miles south to Houston’s historic Third Ward to check out art installations at the Project Row Houses (PRH). PRH is all about community – by using art with an emphasis on cultural identity and

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Another Weekend with our Houston CityPass

When you’re blessed to get the kind of weather we’ve been having in Houston recently (sunshine, cool breezes), you can’t help but want to be out and about. So hello, Spring! If you caught our last blog (if you didn’t, check it out here), you saw that we used our Houston CityPass to explore the

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2 Girls Who Travel’s Staycation in Downtown Houston

So what do you do when you’re travel writers that really need to get away, but work just won’t let you be great? You make your city your getaway … yes, it’s possible. Don’t sleep on the staycation, yall! Clearly, we’ve been about that life. And thanks to CityPass Houston, we had our entire Saturday

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Kulture Houston Menu Tasting & Interview with Owner Marcus Davis

Houston, youโ€™re in for a treat. Kulture Houston, the downtown Houston restaurant offering southern cuisine, also aims to express the cultural contributions of African Americans in this nation through food, music and art. โ€œOur goal is to give guests some of the good stuff weโ€™ve given artistically as a people of color in this nation,โ€

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REVIEW: Snooze, An A.M. Eatery

We’ve been hitting you with a lot of food posts lately, but we just keep running across good food – so why not share? This past weekend, we met up with fellow food blogger Angelle, of Brunchin with Gelle, to try out the oh-so-popular Snooze, an AM Eatery, for brunch! The Denver-based restaurant has been

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Happy Hour Alert: Pistolero’s

You know those days where work is kicking your butt – or life for that matter – and you just need a break? Of course you do. And nothing quite beats a good Happy Hour with other friends and/or colleagues who feel exactly like you do. Man, between brunches and happy hours, dining out is

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Review: Natachee’s Supper ‘n Punch

Hey again! So this will be a short post, but we didn’t want to miss out on sharing with you guys a cute, affordable restaurant we had the pleasure of dining at in Houston recently. After we left MATCH (Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston) where we watched Akeelah and the Bee, a quick bite

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2 Girls Who Travel Hit Up the International Bacon Fest

So the International Bacon Fest (aka Bacon iFest) was this weekend and like the name suggests, all things pork were on the menu. The event, held in downtown Houston, had stuff for the entire family including a watermelon-eating contest for the kids and adult beverages for the grown folks! Live bands performed on the stage

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