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Houston and Galveston Restaurants


  • 1800 S. Post Oak Blvd. Map It
  • Latin American

Updated 12/31/1969

Fodor's Review

A colorful mosaic-tiled, multistoried room delivers outstanding New World cuisine that includes roasted pork filet mignon with grilled shrimp and lump crabmeat and the crowd-favorite Encamisado, a chicken breast crusted with plantains and Chontaleno cheese over black-bean sauce. The executive lunch, available weekdays, is just $15.95 and includes a signature entrée and dessert, plus your choice of soup or salad. At this writing the entire shopping center and the blocks

around the restaurant are slated to become a megacomplex called Boulevard Place (estimated completion is 2010), but the developer assures us that Américas will continue on. There's a kids' menu.

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Restaurant Information


1800 S. Post Oak Blvd., Houston, Texas, 77056, United States

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Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Sun. No lunch Sat.

Updated 12/31/1969


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Feb 18, 2005

Always dependable

America's has steadily improved its presentation and food, and it was very good to begin with. We like to take out-of-towners there. Call before you go to any of Fodor's listings; these review seem to be 2-3 years old.

By Angela

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Sep 23, 2002

Consistency is the Name of the Game

I've eaten at Americas many times and it is always excellent. A great place that you can always count on to take guests. The Tres Leches is the best I've ever tasted!

By Kim

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Jan 22, 2002


This is a place to get away, relax and eat some incredible food. Their plantains are the best and truely the Tres Leches is to die for. I love this place!

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