Texas

Tips and Articles in Texas

The Top Chef winner now presides over a mini Austin empire that includes the fine-dining-yet-laidback Qui and three East Side King food trucks. Still on the horizon: Otoko, a small sushi spot inside the new South Congress Hotel, set to open this f...
Texas believes in going big on pretty much everything, and so the July 25 opening festivities for the Texas Musicians Museum in Irving—a little-town-that-could between Dallas and Fort Worth—will have the punch of live music. The all-day concert wi...
This weekend, the famous Alamo Drafthouse invited particularly adventurous movie-goers to watch "JAWS" in an especially frightening venue: on the water. To celebrate the blockbuster's 40th anniversary—and Shark Week, unofficially—the theater is ho...
First it was a Hello Kitty themed restaurant, and now there's a plane flaunting the feline's famous face on its exterior. EVA Airways—a Taiwanese international airline—recently added its seventh Hello Kitty themed aircraft to its fleet, only this ...
Long before the small west-Texas town of Marfa was an art mecca with a famous fake Prada store, it was known for its “ghost lights.” Head a few miles outside of town, south of Route 90 and east of Route 67, and if you’re lucky, you may spy a few f...
Every day, 164 people move to Austin, Texas, the nation’s second-fastest-growing city. The next morning, they all get in line at Franklin BBQ. There are always 164 people in line at Franklin BBQ; I suspect there may be some city ordinance requi...
Every day, 164 people move to Austin, Texas, the nation’s second-fastest-growing city. The next morning, they all get in line at Franklin BBQ. There are always 164 people in line at Franklin BBQ; I suspect there may be some city ordinance requi...
Every day, 164 people move to Austin, Texas, the nation’s second-fastest-growing city. The next morning, they all get in line at Franklin BBQ. There are always 164 people in line at Franklin BBQ; I suspect there may be some city ordinance requi...
The Top Chef champion unveils his secret plan to further dominate Austin’s food scene—this time with an ultra-luxe new sushi restaurant, Otoko, which opens this summer.   Don’t worry America. It’s O.K. to hate Austin for having everything, wha...
On Friday at 11:30 a.m., a cherry-picked cohort of 180 mystery celebrities will breeze through security, hop on a Boeing 737, and drink complimentary cocktails on their way to the country’s coolest music-tech-film conference. It’s not officially c...
South by Southwest (or SXSW, for the acronym-loving crowd) kicks off next weekend in Austin, but arriving street-style ready requires more than one day’s notice. To help prep for Texas’s best music-cum-interactive-cum-film festival, we assembled t...
Too time-crunched for an 80- minute massage? JW Marriott’s new Spa by JW recently launched express treatments at the Houston downtown property and will roll them out at more than 20 of the company’s hotels by year’s end. Guests can book podlike su...
With last month’s captivating free-climb of one of the most treacherous sections of Yosemite’s El Capitan summit comes more proof of rock climbing’s inherent drama. It’s hardly surprising, then, that mountain scaling is the subject of the Dallas O...
Cowboys, cattle, and country-Western concerts are just a few of the attractions that will headline the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, running this year from March 3-22 in the Lone Star State. The event, an annual mecca for fans of everything We...
It’s rare that anyone actually enjoys being in airports these days, but if you’re obliged to wait out, say, a seven-hour layover, you’ll likely find it far more pleasant to do so overseas than in some bleak U.S. terminal. Consider your options abr...