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The splendid margaritas, Christmas lights and gooily old-fashioned combination plates at this rickety, funkily charming Tex-Mex classic haven't changed a bit. The enclosed porch, with its massive broken-tile tables, remains one of the most evocative rooms in town.
It's been more than a century since the first Tex-Mex restaurant opened in Houston. George Caldwell brought The Original Mexican Restaurant to our city in 1907, influenced -- most agree -- by a restau... More »
In the last couple of weeks, we've explored fun and funky Texas wines to drink in lieu of old standbys like Cabernet and Chardonnay and we've showcased local beers that can be enlisted to help wean yo... More »
A shadow do its former self. I probably visited 1x per month from 2008-2010. Then they dropped the paella, then the devil shrimp . . . My two favorites on the menu. Business really has fallen off the past few years. Still love the margaritas and the staff, but food just doesn't compete.
These are the restaurants where to a native or longtime Houstonian, everybody knows your face, if not your name. Those willing to stomach greasy cheese enchiladas with a heart-unwise dollop of dubious chili con carne aboard are growing fewer by the day, perhaps owing in no small part to their allegiance to same. No matter, we say, and carpe the canned con carne. Before Los Tios, before Mama Ninfa, before Doneraki, before Pico's, and long before the likes of Teala's et al., there were... More »
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