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This cozy cafe, named after a Slavic witch, has been a favorite ever since Montrose was the capital of Bohemian culture. The converted bungalow, with patio seating and a lush herb garden, serves artist types, workers and families. Like its clientele, the food is a mixed bag of deli, home cooking and vegetarian cuisine. Winners include the Caesar, topped with grilled chicken and charred red peppers, and the grilled vegetables over herbed brown rice. The best bet, however, is the huge char-grilled burger, served with a side of Baba Yega's famous dill potato salad.
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With patio weather season in full swing, Houstonians are absolutely spoiled for places to enjoy the day outside. But sometimes the choices can be overwhelming, the pressure mounting as the sun creeps up in the sky on a beautiful Saturday morning.... More »
Fellow Houstonians, in case you haven't noticed: summertime is very near. We can feel it as the sun's rays turns our parked cars into saunas and feel it as the balmy air ruins our carefully styled hai... More »
Whether as a place to test the waters for the first time or as a favorite haunt for someone with a long history of cross-dressing/transgenderism, Baba Yega is the perfect place for a he to be a she (or vice versa). The cozy atmosphere, the diverse clientele and the caring staff all add up to a welcoming, supportive setting where everyone can openly be whoever they want to be in total comfort. Baba Yega is a casual restaurant, housed in a converted bungalow with several dining room options... More »
Many members of Houston's gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered communities consider Baba Yega to be the heart of Montrose. Just a few feet away from hotspots JR's and The Mining Company, Baba Yega certainly sits in the middle of everything Montrose. But more than that, the restaurant has embraced its GLBT guests, offering them not only great food but a place where they can openly be themselves. For more than 30 years, Baba Yega has served up hearty, healthful dishes for events ranging... More »
The menu may not be strictly vegetarian, but most of the second page of Baba Yega's menu is devoted to meat-free fare. It's not all soy protein, either, although the veggie club, stacked with provolone and fake bacon and turkey, is one of the best choices. If actual vegetables are what you're after, there's plenty of pastas, sandwiches and even a veggie loaf -- all made with everything from asparagus to zucchini. The place also serves a nice array of salads that are so tasty you'll pay... More »
This cozy cafe, named after a Slavic witch, has been a favorite for locals ever since Montrose became the capital of the bohemian culture. Now, the homey converted bungalow -- with patio seating and a lush herb garden, complete with trilling birds -- serves Houston's largest gay population, as well as artist types, workers and even families. Like its clientele, the food is a mixed bag of deli, home-cooking and vegetarian cuisine -- all prepared simply but deliciously. Winners include the... More »
I cannot get enough of Baba's!!! The brunch is amazing, my daughters polished off several plates each. Lunch/dinners are just as wonderful-the potato salad is addictive, but the sweet potato french fries are good too. We usually order both and share. I always order the veggie reuben sandwich! Being a vegetarian-it's hard to find filling and tasty entrees-this definitely fits the bill. The wait staff are always very friendly and attentive. I always roll out of Baba Yega's, pick up a piece of free fruit, and promise to come back soon.
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