(Photo Courtesy of Coco’s Crepes on Facebook) Here’s a fun fact: Although crêpes are known as a decidedly French delicacy that has spread throughout central Europe, there are other versions of this dish around the globe. They are enjoyed in Japan, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, South Africa, Mexico, Argentina, and Uruguay, and in Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine,
Thanksgiving is a time to count everything for which you are thankful, and in Midtown Houston, there are many reasons to celebrate. This is a time to sit down to a feast shared with friends and family, catch up on what’s happening, and watch some football while eating pumpkin pie.
The world is quickly discovering the treasure that is Midtown Houston. There are exquisite restaurants, trendy nightclubs, laid-back lunch spots, cool bars and an abundance of art – all within walking distance – and easily accessible by METRORail. This year, we decided to celebrate the Midtown Houston businesses, restaurants and organizations that make us
Midtown Houston boasts a diverse range of restaurants sure to please any palate. From Mexican establishments to French cafes and Eastern European spots to classic American brunch, Midtown Houston has it all. You can support the Midtown Houston community over delicious meals during a special edition of eat IN midtown this fall. The month-long culinary
Many of Midtown Houston’s area businesses were severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey. To counteract this effect, we are launching a special fall edition of our annual campaign, eat IN midtown. This 30-day campaign will spur dining visits in the area and inform the public of Midtown Houston restaurants, their unique offerings and special promotions.