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This place is billed as "Houston's first certified green restaurant." You order at the counter, and your food is served to you. The menu is extensive. The high-protein "hempanadas" filled with beef and raisins are remarkably good, and the crab cake fritters are a crowd pleaser. A simple salad of "hydroponic" butter lettuce is surprisingly tasty, and the spicy fish tacos are great. There are 13 different pizzas here, with the steak version being a favorite.
By today's standards, Pete Wells's November review of Guy Fieri's American Kitchen & Bar is ancient, up there with Hadrian's Wall and some other things you forgot after college. But there's apparentl... More »
"I'm the cook, and he's the green guy." That's how Bruce Molzan, one of the partners in the new Ruggles Green (2311 W. Alabama, 713-533-0777), describes his relationship with Federico Marques. Ruggles Green claims to be Houston's first "green"... More »
Ruggles Green is a gem in Houston and I am happy it's here. RG has great food, staff and overall atmosphere. My favorite dish is the turkey meatball Panini and the hummus. I highly recommend this for foodies who like to be a little healthy :-) One caveat: it gets really busy at lunch time and tables fill up quick, so go at off peak times (like 11 or 12:30) to be sure you secure a seat.
When you think of empanadas, you may not immediately think of the first Houston restaurant to be certified by the Green Restaurant Association, but the folks at Ruggles Green are churning out a delicious new twist on the classic South American dish. Cleverly named "Hempenadas," this version is made with high-protein hemp flour and a stuffing of golden raisins, nutty hemp seed and Texas grass-fed beef. $8.95 gets you a trio of half-moon delights with a ramekin of roasted garlic cilantro sauce... More »
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