Meet the man who brought New York-inspired chopped cheese style burgers to Houston
Burger Bodega has people lining up to try a New York specialty that’s perfect for burger lovers. Chris Shepherd takes you inside the restaurant to find out why it’s becoming the coolest, up and coming burger joints in Houston.
Taste of Houston: Creekwood Grill in Cypress is serving the community more than just great burgers
Mark McShaffry (L) and Brian Sandel (R), owners of Creekwood Grill. The Chicken Avo, which comes with grilled chicken and avocado, and the Chicken G.O.A.T., which comes with grilled chicken, goat cheese spread, grilled onions, basil pesto, are the most frequently ordered, Sandel said. “It's pretty amazing.”What people are sayingWhen we asked for your favorite places to eat in Houston, Creekwood Grill was one of the most-named places on our post and Yelp! Way to represent Cypress.”“I have been coming to Creekwood Grill for a year now and Friday night the service … was the absolute best I have ever seen since coming to this restaurant,” Tierra H. said. We eat here at least once a month and they always serve fresh hot meals.”Supporting the local sceneWhen he is not at Creekwood, Sandel said he tries to support other locally-owned restaurants.
Extreme foods: You aren’t going to believe how huge the Double Bodacious burger at Rodeo Goat is
Inside the bar and grill, you’ll spot a bunch of goats on the wall with a stock show and rodeo resemblance. Scroll down to see my reaction attempting the Double Bodacious. Posted by Rodeo Goat Houston on Wednesday, August 28, 2019MY EXPERIENCEArriving at Rodeo Goat, I knew this was the spot to be during lunchtime. Normally this is a meal for one, but I had to call in another foodie to help me out with the Double Bodacious. WATCH AS WE TAKE ON THE DOUBLE BODACIOUS BURGERTHE FINAL RESULTSFinal results of the Double Bodacious (KPRC)Rodeo Goat offers a variety of house-ground burgers, all with unique names with a Houston influence.