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Barnaby's Cafe

Map & Directions 604 Fairview St.
Houston, TX 77006
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713-522-0106
  • Cafe
  • Sun-Thu 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout
  • Accepted

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Houston Press' Description

The original Barnaby's, on Fairview, is a homey Montrose mainstay, and much more eclectic-feeling than its four siblings (River Oaks, Midtown, Woodway and the new Market Square location downtown). The American food is the same as the other Barnaby's outposts, though, with interesting twists on traditional sandwiches and salads: pesto chicken sandwich with artichoke hearts, the turkey breast with cranberry mayo, blue-cheese fondue waffle fries, the buffalo burger, and more. (You can still get a regular beef burger or a piece of grilled salmon, of course.) Breakfast and bunch draw long lines at the “Baby Barnaby’s” expansion attached to the main restaurant, which serves only lunch and dinner.

 
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  • Houston Press on 01/25/11

    2010 Best of Houston® Winner: Best Hot Dog: Don't forget that often-overlooked side of crispy, Cajun, thin-cut fries, and see how Barnaby's delivers the classic hot dog experience!

  • Grey S. on 07/29/10

    Best breakfast in Houston.

  • Houston Press on 08/19/13

    Try their classic Cobb salad! It has the proteins, the vegetables and there's some cheese to bind it all together makes this salad eat like a meal.

  • Bobby W. on 02/20/10

    Try the migas or the green eggs! Delish!!

  • Gerry B. on 07/18/11

    Breakfast is Baby Barnaby's. Same owner different places.

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