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Steak Night At Montrose Club Offers Best Meat!

Steak Night At Montrose Club Offers Best Meat!

Master Chef Michele Free ‘Wow’s’ Montrose Bar With Her Delicious And Juicy Steaks.

(HOUSTON) — Montrose is always the right place to find a good piece of meat. Houston/Montrose is a community full of genuine meat-lovers who will worship a sweet piece of steak as well as an ice cold beer or vodka.

On any given Thursday night you can find Master Chef Michele Free and her team of Free Grillinsmoking up the lot at George Country Sports Bar. The evening starts at 6:30 p.m.; if you plan to eat. Food Goes fast!

Fireballs-May-6-1024x576 Steak Night At Montrose Club Offers Best Meat!A ‘top of her class’ graduate from the Art Institute of Houston, Chef Free promises juicy steaks to patrons. Ribeye, New York Strip, Pork Chops, and Salmon are just some of the delicious options that are cooked to order.

George County Sports Bar is the latest LGBT club to jump on the ever-growing ‘food’ trend. But there is a difference from a food truck, and a gourmet steak. Especially grilled by an award-winning Master Chef.

“The food is amazing, and the patrons are loving it,” Walter Pollpeter, manager of George explains. “They have a great set up. You order, get your number and they will bring it right to you.”

Today Chef Free specializes in all things grilled, Farm to Table delights and teaching culinary techniques and knife skills.

Are you looking to satisfy that steak craving? George Country Sports Bar on Thursday night is the place to be.

New Eatery Emmaline Set To Open In Montrose

New Eatery Emmaline Set To Open In Montrose

Montrose Gets Ready To Open ‘Emmaline’ In Location Of Teala’s Off W. Dallas

(MONTROSE) — Geared to launch in August, the famous little Teala’s transforms into Emmaline, a new outdoor Montrose destination for foodies for ‘all-day’ dining, into the late nights.

The new location, located at 3210 West Dallas, just steps away from Guava Lamp, has announced Chef Dimitri Voutsinas, of the famous New York’s La Gamelle, will lead the kitchen.

Set to be Houston’s version of the famous Beverly Hill’s ‘The Ivy,’ Emmaline will boast a street side patio that offers patrons a “soft and airy, laid-back vibe.”

Inside, the eatery will feature four separate dining areas, including an antique-adorned central bar, lounge-style space with secluded booths. Along with a 50-seat sunroom looking over a garden.

According to a press release, Chef Voutsinas has created a mixed with American, and Mediterranean styles that will include wood-grilled fare.