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5 Reasons to Visit Axelrad Beer Garden

5 Reasons to Visit Axelrad Beer Garden

One of my favorite neighborhood spots for people watching, a good drink, and fun with friends

Where to Dine During Houston Black Restaurant Week

Where to Dine During Houston Black Restaurant Week

It’s almost time for Houston Black Restaurant Week, y’all! This is the third annual installment of a local event that is taking root around the country in other cities such as Atlanta and Oakland. However, we’re talking about Houston Black Restaurant Week today, which is […]

Super Fresh Entertaining Ideas with Herbs & Flowers

Super Fresh Entertaining Ideas with Herbs & Flowers

Last week, I spent some time on the first day of spring eating lunch among fresh flowers and planting a miniature herb garden. It was as picturesque as you might imagine and there are plenty of pretty pictures in this post just in case your […]

Kulture Restaurant

Kulture Restaurant

Kulture is the newest establishment from Marcus Davis, the man behind The Breakfast Klub and Alley Kat (one of my favorite lounges) and the aim of this restaurant is to immerse visitors in the rich culture of the African diaspora through good food. Chef Dawn […]

My Neighborhood: Historic Third Ward in Houston, Texas

My Neighborhood: Historic Third Ward in Houston, Texas

January 10th officially marked one year as a homeowner in the Historic Third Ward neighborhood of Houston, Texas. My connection to this particular part of town started a long time ago, though. My mom was raised here–my house is actually on the same street as […]

5 Reasons to Vibe & Ride in Houston, TX

5 Reasons to Vibe & Ride in Houston, TX

Why you need to experience Houston’s newest active, social event, Vibe & Ride, for yourself. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve participated in Vibe & Ride events featuring Beyonce (on Bey Day, known by some as Labor Day) and Erykah Badu (Badu on the […]

Girls Night Out at The Mad Potter

Girls Night Out at The Mad Potter

Experience Girls Night out at The Mad Potter with pottery, painting, and wine. Last week, I went to The Mad Potter with a large group of girlfriends from the Houston Food Blogger Collective for a girls night out, complete with wine. Upon arrival, we grabbed […]

How to Help Houston through Hurricane Harvey

How to Help Houston through Hurricane Harvey

What you can do for Houstonians impacted by Hurricane Harvey and resources for those in Houston, Texas.

Brunch at Liberty Kitchen

Brunch at Liberty Kitchen

My food and drink picks from a Saturday squad brunch at Liberty Kitchen This past Saturday, I visited Liberty Kitchen for a brunch feast with some of my fellow Houston Food Blogger Collective members. When I say feast I’m not exaggerating. I was. not. ready. […]

Breakfast Brunch Café in Cypress, Texas

Breakfast Brunch Café in Cypress, Texas

Why you should visit Breakfast Brunch Café in Cypress, Texas, and what to order from their expansive menu when you go. If you’re familiar with the Houston area then you know that Cypress, TX is a suburban community northwest of here. Typically, the most time […]