With reviews from professional critics and active local users, Voice Places is your guide to New American cuisine in Houston. Our easily searchable listings make mapping out your next meal an all-American experience.
Chef Chris Shepherd's first restaurant of his very own made Time's list of places to eat before the Armageddon hits â?" before Underbelly was even open in Montrose. Billed as... More »
Chef Justin Yu joined forces with his pastry chef wife, Karen Man, to create a restaurant that's wholly Houston except for one notable thing: Instead of sprawl, the tiny Oxheart... More »
Claire Smith's flagship Heights restaurant keeps it light and casual, but its occasionally Asian-inflected dishes don't skimp on flavor, like grilled quail stuffed with venison... More »
Leave it to Elouise A. Jones to bring out the trendy and elegant best in old, homey favorites. Greenway Plaza's Ouisie's Table's cream of mushroom soup, for example, in its... More »
Chef Bryan Caswell is reeling them in with his imaginative new take on Gulf seafood. Reef's interior is cool but not lavish, the waitstaff wears blue jeans, and the bar menu includes... More »
This friendly neighborhood bistro-style cafe in River Oaks has warmth and charm that seem to relax everyone. Daily Review Cafe's food is eclectic, as is the wine and... More »
An easy tropical patio is Backstreet Cafe's chief lure -- that, and the food is better than it has to be. Specials at this New American restaurant in River Oaks include a... More »
Chef Mark Cox lays out a nouveau American smorgasbord in a nicely rehabbed church in Montrose. Entrees follow a theme of light (or no) sauces and eye-catching... More »
This is one of the best new restaurants that's opened in Houston in years. Call it a "New American Surfer Bistro" if you're looking for a category. But don't get... More »
Canopy is a peaceful haven in Montrose where patrons enjoy a sophisticated dining experience at affordable prices. Menu selections include fresh seafood and steaks with plenty of... More »
As I sit in the sunshine on the simple shaded rear patio at Provisions, surrounded by aluminum pots of rosemary and a few barely blossoming lime trees, it's easy to see what...
Sometimes you visit a restaurant so good and so criminally unappreciated that you want to plant your flag and set up camp, waving down people in the...
At Cove, Jean-Philippe Gaston concentrates on a tenderloin-shaped piece of Verlasso salmon — furiously orange and marbled with only...
Great place to meet up with friends or brunch. I've only been there 2x and the bartender brought over exactly what the two of us were going to order...that's what I call service (or ESP)!
On Tuesdays, the pack normally meets up for steak night at various places. KOBE burger with blue cheese crumbles, fries+ beverage for $10?!? Delish. Sign me...
Houston evokes many things, but Paris? Nestled in the Galleria area on Post Oakâ€™s main strip is Philippe Restaurant + Lounge, a welcoming French restaurant adamantly doing its part to bring a little of France to this side of Houston.
Whether it's said with Continental flare or a New York accent Philippeâ€™s is synonymous with delicious French fine dining...
Roots is simply amazing. My girlfriend and I have eaten there at least 5 times, and every time the menu has new items depending on what is in season. I have even delivered him a bunch of organic produce from the Mendell Park community garden. If you are looking for a place that is truly about the local and organic scene Roots is the spot for sure. Check it outRead Full Review
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