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This is a tiny, quiet spot in the Heights, perfect for consuming worthwhile calories. Dacapo Pastry Cafe's desserts, cakes and cookies are homemade, and it is... More »
The drinks are the biggest draw at Another Time Soda Fountain, the highly authentic and old-fashioned restaurant located in a 1910 building in historic downtown... More »
The cakes, pastries, cookies and croissants made here are all masterpieces. This is a classic Euro-style cafe and bistro. It has long been a favorite of the River Oaks... More »
Some of Houston's best empanadas and the most authentic Milanesa this side of Buenos Aires are found at this little pastry shop on the west side. Sweet... More »
The disconnect between high-quality, authentic ingredients and poor execution at Nundini Chef's Table Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar left us... More »
Marine's hot fried South American pies are stuffed with your choice of 47 ingredients, including steak, chicken and salami or more than a dozen fresh fruits. And the... More »
This old-fashioned diner, open 24/7, serves big breakfasts and simple comfort food all day long. After hours, it fills up with gays and goths. Soups, sandwiches (try the... More »
This small, eclectic place in the Heights offers good vegetarian meals, nice gelato and great coffee. Order at the counter and find a cozy spot to call your own... More »
As with Dunkin' Donuts fans in the Northeast, there's something about Shipley's that Texans can't get enough of. Started in 1936 in Houston, Shipley's is in just... More »
As you enter Nundini Chef's Table Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar on North Shepherd, just above the Katy Freeway, you are greeted by a wall of imported Italian pastas...
Bombay Pizza possesses the warm glow of a beacon in the evenings, the Edison bulbs that hang in its windows illuminating one of the few downtown restaurants along Main Street that have...
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