About the Restaurants
Food in Texas runs the gamut of gastronomy. Across the state, you’ll find award-winning barbecue, authentic Tex–Mex, delectable hand-cut steaks, freshly caught seafood from the Gulf of Mexico, and classic contemporary cuisine. Whatever your preference—roadside diner to jacket and tie (or starched shirt and bolero)—the Lone Star’s diverse and deeply rooted traditions will introduce you to flavors that make Texas a leader in culinary creativity. In addition, Texas’s unique climate supports its rank as the fifth-largest wine-producing state in the country, with more than 180 wineries comprising 220 family-owned vineyards covering 3,700 acres of land.