Stella Sola - CLOSED
Houston, TX 77008
Houston Press' Description
Was there ever a point at which Stella Sola wasn't one of Houston's best restaurants? From nearly the day that it opened, this Texas-Tuscan hybrid has been wowing diners with house-cured charcuterie, a pork-centric menu that even features a roast suckling pig for two and a wine list that's far more affordable than it has to be. But there's more than just pig at Stella Sola: The kitchen treats Gulf seafood and other Texas ingredients with the same care, as seen in dishes like a tomato-and-fennel-thickened seafood stew and chilled rock shrimp with a pancetta vinaigrette. The bar, too, has excellent old-school cocktails and an even more casual vibe than the already dressed-down restaurant.
Tips from foursquare
2010 Best of Houston® Winner: Best Brunch Restaurant: Try the “Toad in a Hole” an egg housed in homemade brioche, along with ham, mushrooms and cheese for only $9!!
The wild boar ragu is fantastic!
Got to try the suckling pig, now on the menu daily.
Restaurant is closed. The new Killen's Steakhouse will open soon!
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