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Now open in the Heights: Vegan chef extraordinaire Stephanie Hoban has opened Verdine, the brick-and-mortar followup to her popular food truck, which was formerly known as Ripe Cuisine. The plant-based menu includes savory, slow-cooked “carnitas” made with jackfruit, and a meatless burger built with a lentil-walnut-mushroom patty. The interior is just as appetizing, with beautiful light-blue banquettes that offset the industrial-chic windows and floors. 449 W. 19th St., 713.876.4768

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Devouring Houston

It’s the year for both vivacious veganism and mighty meat, for dining in town and savoring the suburbs, and for brand-new concepts with retro-chic vibes. Toast 2019 and all of its most delightful dining options. May we suggest a tiki drink?

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In Montrose, L’Olivier has transformed to Avondale Food & Wine, with unstuffy seasonal food and a wine-retail program. Danton’s has a new address, reemerging as Eugene’s Seafood & Steaks in the former Mockingbird Bistro spot. In Uptown, RDG has thrown it back, rebranding as Café Annie, while The Houstonian has overhauled its onsite restaurant as Tribute. In The Woodlands, chef Austin Simmons’ daughter Tris is the namesake for his bold new take on what was once Hubbell & Hudson.

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Devouring Houston

Every H-Town foodie knows that the Westheimer Curve in Montrose has risen to national notoriety for its superstar chefs, cool coffeeshops, bustling bakeries and trendy bar-next-door vibe. But the edible enclave is by no means the city’s only district vying for gastronomic greatness. As new and reimagined restaurants and nightspots tantalize tastebuds and tempt tipplers all over town, here’s your neighborhood-by-neighborhood guide to the best of Houston dining now.

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