Dak & Bop

Korean fried chicken seems to add Asian flare to a familiar American classic, but it absolutely has its own unique attitude that separates from the typical Kentucky Fried Chicken. What is the difference, you ask? Dak and Bop explains that Korean-style fried chicken is twice-fried, which makes for a crispier crust and a juicy interior. The menu... Continue Reading →

B&B Butchers

Amidst the local buzz surrounding B&B Butchers, I was grateful to be able to have my own experience with the restaurant during the annual Houston Restaurant Weeks. Over the years, I have become less a fan of dining during HRW, but I wasn't about to pass up the opportunity after hearing rave reviews from many.... Continue Reading →

Davis Street at Hermann Park

Hermann Park's underrated eatery, Davis Street at Hermann Park, brings a southern flair to a plush Houston neighborhood. To be fair, I have a slight bias toward Davis Street, but for good reason. My company has been working with Davis Street's catering department for the majority of its meetings and events, so I've been lucky... Continue Reading →

Hello my fellow food lovers! After a nearly 1-year hiatus, I have decided to bring A Love of Fare back to life! I am so appreciative of my friends and family who have continued to urge me to revisit my passion for writing and, more importantly, for food and I look forward to sharing my... Continue Reading →

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