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June 2019- Houston

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12 DIVE INTO OUR DIGITAL WORLD PAPERCITYMAG.COM TINY LUXURY A new micro boutique hotel brings luxury stays to Montrose. The Montrose Hotel will only have nine rooms (with rates from $350 to $500 per night) and a small bar/restaurant exclusively for hotel guests. The project at the corner of Westheimer and Dunlavy comes from Goodnight Development, an arm of Goodnight Hospitality restaurant group known for Goodnight Charlie's and the soon-to -open Rosie Cannonball, March, and Montrose Cheese & Wine. Goodnight Hospitality partner Pete McCarthy, chef Felipe Riccio and Master Sommeliers David Keck and June Rodil will create the food and drinks at the new inn. Now, that's a little slice of culinary luxury. Read more at CHILLING OUT A CHEF'S JOURNEY ANCHORMAN June means the summer heat is here for good — and if you're staying in the city, you're going to need some cool respites. Luckily, Houston's ice cream scene has become more sophisticated than anyone's 31 fl avors. From liquid- nitrogen concoctions to spun shakes and fl avors such as Belgian cherry cake paired with champagne or rosé, there's a chilled dessert haven for everyone. Even pastry chefs who compete for James Beard Awards are getting into the game. PaperCity's Annie Gallay brings you the scoop. Read more at papercitymag. com/houston-ice-cream. Manabu "Hori" Horiuchi turned Kata Robata into a Houston institution, making it a must-visit pilgrimage for any self-respecting foodie. Now, with Kata celebrating its 10th anniversary, chef Hori is showing us the Tokyo he came up in — and the corners of the city most tourists never see. From his favorite humble spot for gyoza dumplings (where he slurped up meals as a young apprentice chef) to a cocktail bar with a world-class drinks-tasting menu and only eight coveted seats, Horiuchi tells PaperCity's Chris Baldwin all. Consider it a top toque's guide to Tokyo. Read more at Dave Ward isn't just a TV news anchorman. He's a Houston legend who logged more than 50 years on the air. It's no wonder that his new memoir, Good Evening, Friend: A Broadcaster Shares His Life, is making waves with Houston power players. Ward is never afraid of a story. But the book's dedication to his wife, Laura, is what makes people misty- eyed. "She saved my life quite literally on several occasions," Ward writes. This is an 80-year-old with plenty still to tell. Read more at dave-ward-book. NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP D on't be the last to get the new PC Daily. Our redesigned, expanded editorial newsletters put the entire city right in your inbox. Get Houston's top fashion, restaurant, real estate, society, and art news — and more — fi ve times a week. Sign up at newsletter. Longoria Collection @commonpolished Great Meadow Foundation @anneleephillips Chris Shepherd's Dish @papercitymag #PCSEEN WHAT OUR EDITORS ARE UP TO, DIGITALLY. Fat Cat cones Laura & David Ward, Sue Smith Chef Manabu Horiuchi The Montrose Hotel LIKE: FOLLOW: @papercitymag TWEET: @papercitymag GET SOCIAL:

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