Houston and Galveston Restaurants:
Houston and Galveston Restaurants
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On rapidly gentrifying Houston Avenue—in a historic industrial building that's beginning to be surrounded by new town houses—cool,...
Irma and her family dish out home-style Mexican specialties to a wait-in-line breakfast and lunch crowd (weekdays only) of lawyers, judges,...
This adult playground is the place where deals get done, life celebrations are marked, and people keep an eagle eye out for the next...
An excellent choice for vegetarian cuisine, this eclectic bungalow in the Montrose neighborhood serves an avocado-and-mushroom-topped...
This casual eatery housed in a former printing plant proves that comfort food and urbanity can coexist. The menu's appeal is as broad...
For fresh gourmet pizzas and interesting starters, head directly to buzzing Dolce Vita on lower Westheimer's restaurant row. Extremely...
Don't let the strip-center location or the dreary brown-and-grey interior fool you: this may be the best Thai restaurant in Houston.
This granddaddy of Houston restaurants was one of the first to bring fine, reasonably priced Italian cooking to the city. Nino's appetizers...
Houston's first family of restaurateurs, the Mandolas, have put their stamp on this casual eatery (they also own Nino's) that offers...
Down-home Texas barbecue is prepared ranch-style—mesquite-smoked and served with tasty red sauce. Patrons young and old line up on...
After all these years, the original location of Carrabba's remains the busy and quintessential Inner Loop destination for reliable, Americanized...
Part wacky Tex-Mex restaurant, part shrine to Elvis, dogs, and hubcaps, and part kitschy gift shop, Chuy's is a true Texas original.
Amid the home-grown antiques, oddities, and furnishings stores of the still-wacky main street of the Heights, Shade is a slice of cool...
- Latin American
A colorful mosaic-tiled, multistoried room delivers outstanding New World cuisine that includes roasted pork filet mignon with grilled...
Wildly popular and wildly good, El Tiempo on Washington (there are other locations on Richmond and Montrose) is the go-to Mexican restaurant...
With Texana to the max, this expansive place is as much about pride as prime beef. The entry looks like a sprawling ranch house and the...
Even though Landry's has taken over this harborside institution, locals keep coming here for the reliably fresh seafood and reasonable...
This popular eatery in Galveston's historic East End serves fresh, contemporary food—including some vegetarian dishes—in a hip, high-ceilinged...