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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... More »
Danton Nix isn't Cajun, but you'd never know it from his spot-on Cajun and Creole dishes at his namesake restaurant. Tucked into an unassuming building... More »
Galveston locals love the gumbo, spaghetti and burgers at this fabulous old Italian and American bar and grill, which has been run by head cook and bottle washer... More »
Tony Mandola's - like most restaurants run or owned by members of the Mandola family - has become a Houston institution in the years since it first opened... More »
Go for the spicy mudbugs and the wonderful fried Cajun food at this Webster establishment. Avoid the gumbo and etouffee. There's often a long wait for a table... More »
A converted old house is the new home of Segari's, the restaurant that Sam Segari started in the '90s on Durham. The quirky little place in the Heights has nine tables that fill... More »
Gilhooley's ramshackle patio is overgrown with vegetation, the interior is all worn woodwork and old furniture, and the rafters seem to be held together by the license... More »
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Don't be put off by Captain Benny's boat-shaped restaurants that litter the city; these low-key seafood joints are some of the best places to grab... More »
Truluck's is an upscale version of an old-fashioned diner. While it's fun to roll up your sleeves for the all-you-can-eat stone crab special here, it's also a great... More »
LA Crawfish is everything I love about Houston in one untidy package.
Tucked into the middle of the food court inside Chinese grocery store 99 Ranch Market (which was...
At Cove, Jean-Philippe Gaston concentrates on a tenderloin-shaped piece of Verlasso salmon — furiously orange and marbled with only...
I once read in an interview with Straits executive chef John Sikhattana that the chef not only lives in CityCentre — the upscale west Houston "town square" development filled with...
Had a pretty fun time at the Downtown Aquarium, but I did feel it was overpriced. My friend and I and our 14 year old sons spent a few hours there and ate lunch in the restaurant. The food was pricy, like $17+ per dinner item, but it was good. The atmosphere was nice, with the large aquariums in view while you dine. The waiter we had was exceptionally nice, though I...Read Full Review
Great place to watch any sporting event!! Great customer service!!Read Full Review
One of the best Restaurants I have been to! Out of the ordinary! two thumbs up to Aquiles!Read Full Review
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