Nothing could be finer than to find a Southern diner—and Voice Places is the place for Southern cuisine in Houston. With listings searchable by neighborhood and price, and authoritative reviews from professional critics and demanding diners, we’ve got you covered should appetite venture south of the Mason-Dixon.
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... 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 »
Crispy, spicy and hot. That's how you'll find the fried chicken at this Third Ward institution. Most people get their Frenchy's Chicken to go, although a few metal tables... More »
Hoggs n' Chicks, the latest Missouri City joint from long-time restaurateurs Frederic and Michelle Perrier, is helping transform this far-flung stretch of Highway 6 into a... More »
This stand-alone restaurant could do with some updating and cleaning, but the food is downright glorious. Just Oxtails serves down-to-earth soul food, and lots of... More »
Houston institution Brennan's is back after burning to the ground during Hurricane Ike. The grande dame of Cajun cuisine is looking even better than ever, and is... More »
Cozy on up to Natachee's Supper 'n Punch, an earnestly down-home joint on Main Street in Midtown that serves food your Southern mother might have made. Breakfast... More »
Items at this hole-in-the-wall comfort food joint include oxtail, meat loaf, smothered pork chops and turkey wings (suck it, vegetarians). If you actually have room for... More »
Treebeards has been serving some of Houston's greatest Cajun food since 1978, and whether you eat at the original Market Square location, grab a seat under the rafters at the... More »
Cops, reporters, lawyers and other folks who frequent the police station and the municipal courthouse have made this steam-table diner a lunchtime institution. The... More »
I'm not going to lie: I began to eagerly anticipate the opening of Lucille's a year and a half ago. Back in May 2011, chef and owner Chris Williams told me that he expected to be up and running within a few months. He planned to "redefine Southern cuisine using all the flavors picked up in Europe," and I planned to visit this new Museum District location as often as possible. After...
Wake up Sunday morning to a scrumptious Hotel Galvez Mardi Gras Brunch. Tables will be loaded down with lots of Louisiana favorites as well as Gulf Coast cuisine such as prime rib, various seafood dishes, and desserts. Top it off with complimentary champagne and mimosas. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. February 5, 12 and 19. 2024 Seawall. For information, call 409-765-7721 or visit...
Taste a bit of New Orleans at the Cultural Feast: Shaken or Stirred? The Chemistry and History of the Cocktail. Culinary historian Merrianne Timko discusses the origins of today’s most popular cocktails (big surprise, the majority come from The Big Easy), while master bartender Richard Middleton takes care of the mixology demonstrations. Each cocktail will be paired with one of...
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