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Hubbell & Hudson Bistro and Cureight
New American Restaurant$$$
Today 11AM–11PM
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Don't forget to stop by the Bistro for an exclusive look at the new 2017 Lincoln MKZ and a free gift card to Hubbell & Hudson.
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Working lunch? Don’t miss out on our delicious lunch options while you work, make sure you call ahead & enjoy your favorites to go.
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Try our Houston Restaurant Weeks special Menu this Labor Day Weekend! Our 2-course lunch & 3-course dinner menu is benefiting your local food bank.

Call (281) 203-5641 for reservations, or visit for more information
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It's Sunday, make sure you treat yourself! Enjoy our Houston Restaurant Weeks menu until September 5th. Our Creme Brulee Bread Pudding is just one of several delicious dishes available.

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Houston Restaurant Weeks is almost over! Don't miss out on our HRW menu available until September 5th. Try our protein packed Jerk Chicken Chopped Salad, just one of several delicious dishes available.

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Who says you can’t have cocktails on a Tuesday? Get yours tonight at Happy Hour 3-6:30pm!
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We’re thrilled and honored to share that Hubbell & Hudson Bistro and Cureight made the no. 23 spot in Alison Cook’s 2016 Top 100 Restaurants in Houston. Plus, we’re the only restaurant from The Woodlands to be featured in the top 25! A big congratulations to Chef Austin Simmons and his team. #HCTop100
Chronicle critic Alison Cook named Hubbell & Hudson Bistro/Cureight the No. 23 restaurant in Houston for 2016.
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“If we’re going to talk about actual destinations, like reasons you should drive to The Woodlands, I’d think we’d all agree it’s probably Cureight.”

Wow! We’re flattered to be a part of this conversation (check it out at the 1:50 mark). Thanks, @HoustonMatters! #fullmenu
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Labor Day weekend is just getting started! Join us tonight for 1/2 off our featured wine list and dig in to our bar & lounge menu.
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Lunch Plans? Only a few days left to enjoy our Houston Restaurant Weeks menu. Join us for our Brown Gulf Shrimp Toast, just one of our unique dishes available till September 5th.

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However you like yours, our iced drinks are the perfect way to cool down your weekend.
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Dinner is served! Try several unique dishes like our Black Truffle Pasta & Jumbo Lump Crab. Make sure you try our Houston Restaurant Weeks menu before September 5th.

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24 Waterway Ave #125 The Woodlands, TX 77380
24 Waterway Avenue #125USTexasThe Woodlands77380
$$$New American Restaurant, Bar
New American Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Today 11AM–11PM
Saturday 11AM–11PMSunday 9AM–9PMMonday 11AM–10PMTuesday 11AM–10PMWednesday 11AM–10PMThursday 11AM–10PMFriday 11AM–10PM
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Contemporary, white-tablecloth venue serving New American fare, with an intimate chef's table.- Google
"The prices are a bit high but you get high quality for your dollar."
"Ordered a whiskey sour too, waiter said bartender wouldn't know how to make it."
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The Promiseland Farm
3 weeks ago
Hard to park. They said over the phone they'd validate for the Marriott parking then when we tried they wouldn't. Service was awful. Water and tea never refilled. Food took forever to come and they were empty guest wise. Food was really good. Excellent. Service was terrible.
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Jerry Johnston
3 months ago
Elegance, class and food that will make you jump for joy is what's served at Hubble & Hudson. With Executive Chef Austin Simmons at held helm, H&H is the place to experience new and exciting dishes. My favorite is the bistro burger. Fresh made patty with a homemade bun and three different types of pickles to tickle your fancy.
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Michelle Jackson
2 months ago
This restaurant must be paying people for their reviews. From the food to the staff it was not a good experience especially for the price.. #Disappointed
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Laura Suarez
2 months ago
I had their branzoni, crispy sea bass and a great bread pudding. Can't wait to go back.
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2 months ago
I enjoyed CureEight a lot and overall would rate it as a great experience. In particular it felt very personalized. At the end we got a couple of coffee takes to take home and even a card from the chef both of which were nice touches and end to a fabulous meal I had a few criticisms which I hope the chef will take as constructive and not negative. The first is the timing/synchronicity of the sommelier and serves. Almost every course the servers would disrupt the sommelier as he was explaining the pairing and led to, a couple times, the server not being around to explain the course. The explanations on a tasting menu are part of the experience so I think they could improve on that. Secondly the wine pours were INCREDIBLY cheap. I have been to a ton of tastings and this is probably the lest beverage I have seen poured. Now that may be a result of my next criticism which is all about the amount/length. Now I am a fan of sampling as much as possible but I literally had to force myself to eat the last couple courses. The portions were very nice size but simply too many…it became a bit of a slog to work through. So this is perhaps my main comment-the chef needs to self edit. This is generally a good problem to have…I mean it is a treat to get to try so many dishes but if it was up to me I would reduce the price slightly (thereby perhaps making it more accessible to other potential customers) and cut 2 courses. Would be tough but overall I think would provide a superior dining experience. I found the food came quickly and at a good pace. The Sommelier seemed to know his stuff…a few pairings were off but a few were fantastic and memorable. I enjoyed the setting. It was well appointed without being overly pretentious and the tables were spaced far enough apart that had it been full it wouldn’t have felt confining. My wife had a vegetarian tasting and I had the regular. I thought it was pretty cool that when we called to reserve they were able to accommodate her request (with 48 hrs notice). I understand they will be releasing a formal vegetarian menu shortly but for now it is on request basis. I felt very nice they made the effort. I wont go into detail on all the dishes but I would say a few highlights. The langostino dish was amazing-very nice char taste. A 3 way carrot dish was very tasty and imaginative. The Fois Gras was cooked perfect-melt in your mouth. I paid extra for the Wagyu steak which was divine but in my opinion way over priced. 3 little slices for $40 more. The accompanying kimchi was super (but by then I was too full to plow through). My favorite dish was actually a house specialty I’m told and is billed as “oyster and Pearl”…slightly salty perhaps but delicious! The desert was a stand out-a peach “crumble” done multiple ways and without all the cobble but had the taste. Very much enjoyed that. Overall great menu although I discovered I was not a fan of Uni. A couple dishes were perhaps slightly over salted but just barely and not a point to ruin the dish. Overall a great experience and clearly a chef (and team) that is making the attempt (successfully) to go the extra mile and create a great experience. I just hope the drop the price a few dollars and shorten the menu and get a little more generous with the pours. 9/10. I don’t often write reviews but thought this was worth the effort. I will be posting this in a few places to help get the word out.
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Ana Luiza Prohmann
in the last week
Great service and food, but very pricey!
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Elektrica Tesla
in the last week
One of the best choices in the grim panorama of the Woodlands who could use some real restaurant, instead of the fake long list of Italian restaurants and such
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Ruben Da Estrela
in the last week
Good food. The atmosphere and welcome was cold.