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Check Out These 3 New Houston Hot Spots

By Jaya Armstead | October 25, 2020 | Food & Drink Style & Beauty

From lavish floral studios to charming bakeries, Houston’s latest arrivals are a visual feast.

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One of Wendy Du's creations for Sage ’n’ Bloom

Sage ’n’ Bloom


Adding to its already-impressive list of luxe offerings, The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa now boasts an in-house flower shop. Helmed by floral designer Wendy Du, Sage ’n’ Bloom specializes in extravagant arrangements for weddings and events, but also features smaller blooms for customers in search of a simple yet thoughtful gift. Du’s work can be seen throughout the hotel, so be sure to peep her blossoming bouquets while you’re there. 111 N. Post Oak Lane, sagenbloom.‌com

The Garden Hen

When Michael and Nicole Graham founded The Garden Hen in 2012, they hoped to teach others about raising chickens in urban areas. Fast-forward eight years, and the husband-wife duo has opened a brick-and-mortar concept comprising a poultry-themed art gallery and a retail space selling fresh eggs and custom chicken coops. 10142 Jones Road, Ste. 5B, the-garden-hen.com

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White Elm's selection of delectable pastries

White Elm Cafe Bakery


Memorial’s latest food buzz? White Elm Cafe Bakery. Kick-start your morning with buttery croissants and a jolt of joe from the bakery, or step up your lunch game with the cafe’s variety of soups, salads and sandwiches. 14079 Memorial Drive, whiteelmcafebakery.com



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