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  • La Fisheria
    4705 Inker St. | Heights

    La Fisheria is not Tex-Mex, nor is it like any other Mexican you've had in Houston: Chef Aquiles Chavez makes modern, upscale Mexican food that's heavy on the coastal influences of his home state... More on La Fisheria »

  • Stanton's City Bites
    1420 Edwards St. | Heights

    This Heights convenience store serves some of the most impressive cheeseburgers in town. Stanton's Super Market's patties are half-pound and hand-formed, and the sesame-seed buns are well toasted.... More on Stanton's City Bites »

  • Zelko Bistro
    705 E. 11th St. | Heights

    The Houston Press gave Zelko Bistro the Best Comfort Food award in 2010 for good reason: This cozy converted house in the Heights offers everything comfort food should be. It's inexpensive,... More on Zelko Bistro »

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  • Burns Bar-B-Q
    7117 N. Shepherd | Outer Loop - NW

    In the good old days, Roy Burns used to set up a smoker and sell barbecue on the side of the road. But he settled down under some pine trees in Acres Homes 12 years ago, and he's been cooking... More on Burns Bar-B-Q »

  • Brasserie 19
    1962 W. Gray St. | River Oaks

    A River Oaks playground for Houston's rich and famous, Brasserie 19 nevertheless has the food to match the crowds and the hype, turning out classic French and Belgian staples like steak frites and... More on Brasserie 19 »

  • Uchi
    904 Westheimer Rd. | Montrose

    James Beard Award-winning Austin chef Tyson Cole's ultramodern Japanese import, Uchi, occupies the old building that housed Houston classic Felix Mexican Restaurant in Montrose for half a century... More on Uchi »

  • Roost
    1972 Fairview St. | River Oaks

    Chef and owner Kevin Naderi has created Roost as a reflection of his own culinary inspirations, and they are many: It’s farm-to-table, by way of Persian, Japanese, Thai, Korean and Mediterranean... More on Roost »

  • Pondicheri
    2800 Kirby Drive, B132 | Lower Shepherd-Kirby

    Upper Kirby's Pondicheri is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering casual counter service during the day and upscale table service by night. It even offers classic Indian... More on Pondicheri »

  • Bocca Deli
    4707 Irvington Blvd., B | Heights

    This Lindale Park deli is much more than just a sandwich spot: Bocca Deli also offers coffee, ice cream and even free Wi-Fi inside its clean, inviting shop. Owner Mike Kriticos and his family live... More on Bocca Deli »

  • Brasserie Max and Julie
    4315 Montrose Blvd. | Montrose

    Spectacular fruits de mer platters, and French classics like onion soup, pate and escargot lead the list of attractions at this temple of old-fashioned French cooking. Brasserie Max and Julie's... More on Brasserie Max and Julie »

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