Courtesy of Ostia
Courtesy of Ostia

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The March Hit List, Lunch Edition: Ostia, Ginger Kale, D’Amico’s, Pondicheri, and More

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March is the best of times in Houston. Spring is officially on the horizon, February’s frigid temps have come and gone, and sunshine is on the forecast just about every day. Ready to enjoy the fabulous weather? From lunch with a lakeside view at Ginger Kale, to colorful thalis on the patio at Pondicheri, and the best chirashi bowl deal in town at Kata Robata, the March Hit List is here, with a certain midday meal on the brain. Let’s do lunch!

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