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Fall Desserts; Landry's Iron Chef Results

DESSERT LISTICLE— The fall menu changeover means new desserts at restaurants around town. This list has information about the offerings at Triniti, Fratelli's and three others. [Modern Luxury]

COMPETITIONWIRE— The Landry's Restaurant Group held its seventh annual Iron Chef Competition this week in Galveston. Chefs from all over the country came to compete in a variety of categories (sides, starters, entrees and desserts) with winners determined by a panel of senior Landry's execs. Houston's very own Carlos Rodriguez, concept chef for steakhouse institution Vic & Anthony's, took the top prize with his Amberjack Crudo. [Eaterwire]

MOVIEWIRE— Local dinner and a movie chain Star Cinema Grill announced today that each screen at its three suburban locations will be equipped with new Sony 4K Digital Projectors by the end of the month. "We want to make sure our customers have the best meal they've had in a long time," owner Omar Khan said in a press release. "But it's equally important to us that they also have the best movie-watching experience, with the best projection and sound system. So when it came to making the switch from 35mm to digital, there was no question that we would go with Sony 4K." [Eaterwire]

Landry's chefs admire their colleagues' dishes [-EHOU-]