Go meat-free in Houston on Voice Places. With professional and user reviews and searchable restaurant listings, we’re your easy-to-use guide to local vegetarian cuisine.
Nestled between sari shops and South Asian grocery stores on Hillcroft, this popular spot offers fresh and fiery-hot vegetarian fare in the... More »
The sandwiches and burgers are the stars at the Hobbit Cafe, particularly the Martinique burger, a mountainous half-pound patty of Angus beef with so many messy toppings that... More »
Field of Green's meat-free menu (there is some fish) has a wide range of dishes, including a raw vegetable rainbow plate, green bean hummus wrap and six different kinds of... More »
The southern Indian cuisine at Udipi is entirely meat-free, but that doesn't mean it's boring or won't fill you up. Offering everything from playful, light-hearted fare like... More »
This cozy cafe, named after a Slavic witch, has been a favorite ever since Montrose was the capital of Bohemian culture. The converted bungalow, with patio seating and a lush... More »
Its shady patio on the corner of Dunlavy and Westheimer makes for some terrific people-watching and eavesdropping, but most folks go to Brasil for coffee or hibiscus tea. Don't... More »
This little white restaurant with red trim at the corner of Fulton and Catherine used to be just another taqueria in the Northside Village neighborhood. The tenant that took... More »
Unlike many of Houston's Indian restaurants, Madras Pavilion pays little attention to the cuisine of northern India, focusing instead on what's available in... More »
An eccentric cousin among local Indian places. Along with ineffably strange decor and madcap Indian pop music, Shiva boasts some unusual dishes, notably potatoes... More »
Mango's is now the de facto hub of the Houston punk and garage scene, just as it was over a decade ago when it was known as the Oven. Located on the corner of Taft and... More »
Driving south on Dowling, downtown Houston's skyline behind you, it's easy to drive right past Doshi House. It's on a quiet corner in the Third Ward, just past Emancipation Park...
Tampa's Merchandise may come from a breezy, sunny clime, but their latest album, Children of Desire, is six tracks of positively cloudy yet catchy indie-pop. Lead singer Carson Cox intones like a mix of King Morrissey and Chris Isaak, evoking early New Order but mostly 2008's lost Glaswegian act Glasvegas. "In Nightmare Room" should be Merchandise's calling card, more than five minutes...
We can perhaps say with somewhat ironclad certainty that folk-funk-electro-experimental artist Jandek's legacy will be debated by curious music fans and students of all things avant-garde for eons to come. With every blog, article or harried message-board missive written about the man from Corwood Industries (whatever that is), his outsider mystique only continues to grow. Even people who...
Roots is simply amazing. My girlfriend and I have eaten there at least 5 times, and every time the menu has new items depending on what is in season. I have even delivered him a bunch of organic produce from the Mendell Park community garden. If you are looking for a place that is truly about the local and organic scene Roots is the spot for sure. Check it outRead Full Review
Great place for a healthy lunch! Love the greek chicken pita!Read Full Review
Get the cheesy enchiladas! super cheesy and super yummy!Read Full Review
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