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Well-worn wooden floors, low ceilings, British memorabilia, a large bar and good ole English pub food all go to make this one of Houston's favorite pubs. With a great selection of beers on tap, you're sure to enjoy the food here. A solid shepherd's pie, an excellent ploughman's lunch, decent fish and chips, and beef Wellington may well remind you of your last trip across the pond. Don't leave without trying the raspberry trifle.
With acclaimed British restaurant Feast closing in August, now's the time to acquaint yourself with its excellent English menu before it's too late. Luckily, chef Richard Knight will be opening anothe... More »
You'll notice several things upon entering a British pub for the first time, especially if your only pub experiences to date have been in the States: The pubs are clean, bright and welcoming. The food... More »
Rice University Professor of Physics and Astronomy Dr. Randy Hulet discusses the coldest things in the universe at today’s Rice Science Cafe. Hulet and his research group investigate atoms at temperatures as low as a few nano-Kelvin. During... More »
This is a great eatery/pub. It has a rustic but fun atmosphere. We love playing full size chess outside. Excellent place to take out of town guess who are weary of bbq and texmex. I recommend the black bean soup, pork chops and apple sauce (their potato pancakes are similar to traditional Potato Latkes/hash browns and not the spiced potato pancakes most restaurant serve). My husband likes the fish though thinks the batter is a bit on the heavy side.
Mussels are not the first thing that comes to mind when most Houstonians think about the Black Lab. There's the beer, of course, and the fireplace and the classic British fare, but shellfish? Steamed in white wine with tomatoes and garlic, these mussels are tasty, and the broth is great for dipping. Unlike some places, where you get a big bowl of shells and have to go searching for their tiny rubbery inhabitants, the Black Lab's bivalves are consistently plump and tender. And even though the... More »
This redoubt of vintage Britannia is dead-on in every sense but two: The pub grub is not the slightest bit grubby, and the pints are cold. Shepherd's pie, beef Wellington, fish and chips, and West Highland cheese soup are but a few of the outstanding victuals. The steamed mussels would draw an appreciative "tallyho" from even the most discriminating Buckingham palate. On tap at the sprawling bar: Bass, Newcastle, Harp, Boddington's and Guinness, to name a few. Aged-wood beams run the length... More »
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