A new post this morning on Houstonist about the first and only certified organic restaurant in Houston, which will be opening in November: Pizza Fusion.
Green Pizza Comes to Houston
Located up north at Highway 249 and Louetta, Pizza Fusion will feature not only a totally organic menu and an extremely environmentally-conscious building, but a glut of gluten-free, lactose-free, vegetarian and vegan items on their menu. They even have organic wine and gluten-free beer. How freaking cool is that?
A side shout-out: Cory, between the location and the menu, it’s like this restaurant was specially created for you and your wife.
When Pizza Fusion opens next month, you can be sure I’ll be one of their first customers — even if it means driving into the great unknown of north Houston. 😉
The pizza vending machine saga is far from over. In fact, we have only begun to plumb the depths of machine-vended atrocities. Wallstreetfighter has additional information on the rise of the machines, and has captured one of these diabolical monsters on film:
New Levels of Culinary Repugnance
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into your office breakroom…
And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Tombstone Deep Dish Pizza, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with vending machine pizza, and with high-fructose corn syrup, and with trans-fatty acids, and with all the beasts of the earth.
UPDATE: For all of you coming over via Buzzfeed and Consumerist…welcome! To answer your question, I didn’t take that picture of the Tombstone vending machine. I simply found it on HAIF (referenced above) and thought it was hilarious. The good folks at HAIF should be able to tell you more about it, where it is, how much the pizza costs, whether or not it glowed with the fiery evil of the apocalypse, etc. Have fun!