5 Best Sushi Spots in Houston

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The Hit List: 5 Sushi Spots to Go Fish
By Robin Barr Sussman | June 28, 2016

1. KUU (947 Gessner Rd., Ste. A-180, 713.461.1688) always has something fresh and new on the menu. Try the hama...

The Hit List: 5 Top Tables for an Aspen Foodie Retreat

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The Hit List: 5 Top Tables for an Aspen Foodie Retreat
By Ray Dennison | June 21, 2016

1. Celeb chef Barclay Dodge of Bosq (312 S. Mill St., 970.710.7299) spent time...

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The Hit List: 5 New Finds in Rice Village
By Ray Dennison | June 14, 2016

1. Washington, D.C.’s Bluemercury (2506 University Blvd., 713.522.0021) opens its second spa in town, carrying...

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Island Time
By Jessica Otte | June 6, 2016

Along the sandy shores of the Gulf Coast sits an idyllic beach home, intricately detailed and the perfect shade of powder blue. Hugged by a wide wraparound porch with unobstructed views of the water, it’s just a short walk from the charming town center and...

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Raven Review
By Chris Kelly | June 6, 2016

Once upon a time in the early ’70s, an eccentric Houston businessman named R.W. Walker built a bachelor pad in the sky. The iconic glass penthouse, perched atop a five-story brick tower adjacent to the North Freeway, got as many strange looks then as it does...

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Best in Show
By Mike Espindle | June 6, 2016

Each year the Swiss watch shows offer the top timepiece makers a global forum to present their fine handiwork, numbering literally hundreds of fascinating new models for watch aficionados. Here are a few of our favorites.

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The Hit List: 5 Ways to Wine & Dine Dad
By Robin Barr Sussman | June 6, 2016

1. With premium skyline views from the laid-back rooftop patio and live music, Dad will agree that handsome B&B Butchers...

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Border Crossing
John DeMers | Photography by Julie Soefer | June 3, 2016

When it opened in 2002, chef Hugo Ortega’s namesake restaurant was cause for as much confusion as affection, the inevitable result of introducing authentic interior Mexican cuisine to a culinary ecosystem driven by tacos,...

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Enterprising Minds
By Ray Dennison | June 3, 2016

A young local designer pulls his seat up to the table, jumping at the chance to start his own furniture line.

Local interior designer Ben Johnston founded...

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The Change Makers
By Sallie Lewis | June 1, 2016

Change is in the air for Wendy Davis. Fresh off her move from Fort Worth to Austin, the 2014 gubernatorial candidate and past Texas state senator presented her much-buzzed-about project Deeds Not Words...

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Top-Down Off-Roader
By Nate Chapnick | May 31, 2016

Whether fording a stream or shuttling royalty to a charity gala, Range Rovers are known across the globe for both their exceptional off-road capabilities and luxurious interiors. Now, Range Rover hopes people will also start thinking drop-top fun when...

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The Zen of Adventure
By Beth Weitzman | May 31, 2016

If location is everything, Amangiri has it all—and then some. The resort’s setting is simply astonishing. A center of Zen amid towering red-rock formations, glistening mesas and dusty...

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