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Awesome Bites

Artisan Food Producer in Houston

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Don’t let your allergies take the joy out of eating.  Here’s a treat for you, literally!  In Awesome Bites Co., "everything is vegan and dairy, egg, soy, and nut-free, with lots of gluten-free options, and yet awesomely delicious!  This artisan bake and ice cream shop that has been "reinventing treats" that are “full of flavor and made with the healthiest ingredients” that even kids and the pickiest eaters can enjoy!  Truly something that parents can “feel good about giving to their kids every day”.  Whether you or your kids have allergies or intolerances, or you are just craving for something tasty and healthy, these treats are "made to share with the people you love.  Eating better and safer never tasted so awesome!"   

(832) 582-0118

Bistro Provence

Restaurant in Houston

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Bistro Provence offers "beautiful, delicious food and a very European ambiance". "It's small and quaint perfect for an intimate dinner". But, "whether you're in the mood for something quick and just need a really great pizza, or if you're leisurely enjoying the menu, this restaurant is as close to authentic French as you'll find in Houston". Although, it is better that you "do not bring ill-behaved small children with you to spoil everyone's evening" because "it is that sort of place". Still, you will have a "wonderful experience" here because "the food" is "outstanding!" It "is quite tasty not too dry or overcooked". They also have "an excellent menu and a good selection of wines". Finally, do not forget to "check the website for special wine dinners they offer".

(713) 827-8008

Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Houston

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The Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company thrives on creativity and imagination. It has a simple mission: (1) “create great craft beer that is unapologetically Houston,” and (2) “bring people around great beer.” Their slogan reflects it – “Houston’s most creative brewery”. Founded by two friends Ras Zarinfar and Ryan Robertson in March 2011, many things have happened since they started at their original location on Nolda Street. Once a boat storage warehouse, they imagined, and created, a successful brewery and taproom business. About 70 craft beers later, they imagined bigger things for their Houston community. Within six weeks, the company raised $1M in funding from 583 individuals to build a 28,000 sq. ft. brewery and taproom. The new location opens in Fall 2019, with three floors of beer goodness. It’s much like, as the owners would like to say, Willy Wonka’s beer factory, but run by a Belgian monk in Texas cowboy boots! The deck offers spectacular views of the Houston skyline! Imagine that…

(713) 750-9795

Catalina Coffee

Artisan Food Producer in Houston

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If you want to grab some good coffee or tea in Houston, Catalina’s coffee is a must-visit!They have excellent espresso and cold brew tea, and the Blueberry scone and muffin are tasty. They have been in business for 10 years which definitely tells you that they are consistent!Positive reviews from their customer are enough evidence. They have the most courteous staff. Order any kind of drink here and it will be served “promptly and with love!” The place has great atmosphere and they even have a pretty good taco truck parked next door. Catalina’s Coffee is a definite must on your list of places to visit when in town!

(713) 861-8448

Energy Corridor Farmers Market

Farmers Market in Houston

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Starting September 2019, the Energy Corridor Farmers Market comes under new management. The new managers, Farmers Market Partners LLC, add to the group’s growing portfolio of farmers markets that includes one in Missouri City. The market continues to be an important project for the Energy Corridor District®, a special district and political subdivision of the State of Texas. They aim to provide residents and visitors of the Energy Corridor District and West Houston with access to locally grown and seasonal fresh foods. Only food vendors within 200 miles of Houston are eligible to become sellers. The market is also producers-only and resellers are not allowed.

(503) 750-1232

Fox & Seeker Distilled Goods

Distillery in Houston

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Fox & Seeker Distilled Goods is located in the Greater Heights area of Houston, Texas. Their "owners are professional, ethical, and dedicated to the craft". You can "buy barware and shirts" at their online store. They are in the process of bottling and aging their products. Once production begins, they will welcome you wholeheartedly. They offer Texas Vodka, London Dry Gin, and Spring Gin which will be bottled in Winter 2020. The aging of their Texas Bourbon will begin in late 2020 too. Watch out for their official opening. Check out their website and social media pages for updates especially with regards to their new location.

Henderson & Kane General Store

Store in Houston

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Henderson & Kane General Store is a “Family owned and operated Sixth Ward neighborhood store” proudly serving the community. It’s an old fashioned general store with modern amenities created to service one of “Houston’s oldest historic neighborhoods.” Inside the store, they offer a premium full service coffee bar, locally sourced produce and goods, as well as an “excellent barbecue menu” and draft beer growlers to go. Their brisket is very good with a prominent smoke ring. The spicy barbecue is big and bold while the original barbecue sauce is flavorful with a flavor which accompanies the brisket well. They do have paper straws which should please those who care about sea turtles.

(281) 974-3557

Holler Brewing Company

Craft Brewery in Houston

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After a long circuitous life journey, husband and wife John and Kathryn found their true calling by establishing Holler Brewing Company. Thank the beer gods that the Hollers decided to move to Houston in 2009. To prepare, both ditched their unrelated old jobs, and separately undertook a different route towards the brewery business. John earned his diploma from Siebel Institute of Chicago. Kathryn, meanwhile, racked up hands-on experience at a brewery in Florida. In November 2016, they finally opened the brewery and haven’t looked back since. At the taproom, find a rotating list of about 6-8 beers. Stop by often. They have created over 100 brewing recipes since they started, and you’re bound to find something new with each visit. As if the beers aren’t enough, every Wednesday is Steak Night with their partner, Snow Topi.

(832) 781-0555

Platypus Brewing

Craft Brewery in Houston

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Platypus Brewing is a craft brewery and taproom serving “handcrafted beers and Australian-inspired comfort food” in cozy digs with a patio. It is the brainchild of five beer lovers looking to marry the tastes from Down Under with Texas beer. Platypus Brewing brings together a traditional brewpub concept with a linger-worthy tasting room that promises beer flights and pubgrub. They have a mix of ales, ranging from the “smooth and dry-hopped red ales to classic American wheat options.” They also have a menu of cheeses and charcuterie plates, salads and Aussie-inspired items available at the kitchen. If you are looking for a private event venue, they have a unique space called “mezzanine,” a perfect vantage point, overlooking the action of the brewery on one side and views to downtown Houston from the other. It will certainly leave a lasting impression for your event!

(832) 742-5503

The Solaro Winery Houston

Winery in Houston

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The Solaro Winery Houston"is wonderful with so many varieties of white and red wines". You can "see the fermentation tanks and aging oak barrels and the storage". They are the first urban winery in Houston that makes wines available to its globally-thinking metropolitan community. "If you're looking to host an event in the near future, THIS is the place". The wines are "great, and the place has a super cute industrial vibe". If you "like good wines, red or white, to stop by and try a tasting". They "offer wine by the bottle or glass in addition to tastings" and also offer "chocolate to compliment the wine!"

(832) 486-7112

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