Should your appetite dip below the equator, count on Voice Places to deliver South American cuisine in Houston. Our professional critics and active local diners are your guide to whatâs good, and our searchable restaurant listings make it easy to map out a plan.
Nelore is an outstanding Brazilian steakhouse on Montrose Boulevard. Waiters in gaucho outfits parade around the restaurant with 11 varieties of... More »
At this fabulous Cordoșa brothers enterprise, it's easy to revel in the signature charcoal-grilled tenderloins, garlicky chimichurri sauce, plantains and extracurricular... More »
This has to be one of the most beautiful restaurants in Houston, with one of the best views of downtown. And the food is spectacular. Since it is on the second floor of the... More »
Don't judge this book by its cover. Join the Salvadoran family crowd for spectacular grilled masa disks stuffed with white cheese that deserve to be the next... More »
Marini's serves fresh, flaky dough with authentic, traditional fillings. There's also not-so-traditional fillings. Other offerings include ground beef... More »
If they quell an urge to overgrill and oversalt, this handsome cafe could become an upscale Mexican staple. Appealing sopes (pizza-style wheels of... More »
This little spot is where Houston's Brazilian community gathers to eat comida caseira, old-fashioned home cooking. By the cash register, there are a couple... More »
This self-service grill, part of the Cordoșa empire, serves casual Latin cuisine. You're guaranteed to get in and out fast unless, of course, you can't stay away from the... More »
This authentic South American restaurant caters to a mainly Colombian clientele, but the churrasco, served on a sizzling platter, may be the best under-$20 steak in... More »
This is the River Oaks incarnation of Americas, the restaurant responsible - along with its owners, the Cordoșa family - for first introducing Houston to South... More »
Steakhouses downtown are plentiful. Houston's central business district is a natural host to these types of meat-heavy, suit-filled, high-testosterone establishments, perfect for entertaining...
Edward Sanchez and Americás River Oaks will host the 2011 Moulin Rouge All Hallows Eve celebration, a fundraising event that helps worthy non-profit organizations within the Houston Community. This year Bering Omega Community Services, which provides health care, specialized dental care, and social services to men and women living with HIV or AIDS, has been chosen as the...
When you hear the phrase "salsa music," two musicians immediately come to mind (of course): Timbaland and Magoo, the Virginia hip-hop duo most famous for making a song about a boogie that jumps up and a song that lifted the theme from Knight Rider.
Actually, that may not be entirely accurate. Timbaland and Magoo might be the last two you think of, but still, that doesn't stop...
I was happy to see crispy sweetbreads, tongue vinaigrette and wood-oven short-rib pizza on the menu at Tango & Malbec, the new Argentinian restaurant in the shadow of the Galleria.
Until recently, virtually every South American restaurant that has opened in the city seemed to be based on the crowd-pleasing rodizio format, that Brazilian all-you-can-eat...
Great stop after a night in Deep Ellum, since they're open late and have terrific salsa. Try the spinach enchiladas - so very, very good.Read Full Review
This is my favorite mexican food in Houston! Eating here is an event. It is ALWAYS packed on the weekends - it's great to mingle at the bar before you are seated. The menu is HUGE but if you are looking to go big, or guys- impress your date- get the Gourmet Deluxe Grill Parrilladas! It's everything- chicken, beef, shrimp, lobster - all piled high on a grill on...Read Full Review
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