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Small, romantic and cozy with burgundy curtains in the windows and leather sofas along the walls, Two Saints is a favorite neighborhood eatery. Founder Joe Rippey also owns the Vine Wine Room in the same shopping center, and encourages you to walk over and BYOB. Chef Justin Gasper, a veteran of Daily Review Cafe, describes the food at Two Saints as upscale comfort food with a creative twist. Don't miss the over-the-top mac 'n' cheese.
B4ttlesong: "I was lecturing John Letoto about the virtues of getting completely wasted, every once in a while," begins sommelier Justin Vann in his latest philosophical post on B4ttlesong. "The minim... More »
The grilled cheese sandwich at Two Saints Restaurant on Memorial came on thick-sliced, toasted artisan bread. The complex yeasty texture and crunchy crust created lots of "nooks and crannies" that made for very interesting toast. The cheese was... More »
It's hard to imagine onion rings sending people into a feeding frenzy, but that's what happened recently at Two Saints (12460 Memorial, 713-465-8967) when the Parmesan Truffled Onion Rings ($9) hit the table. The dish consists of seven onion... More »
Joe Rippey is one of the co-owners of Two Saints (12460 Memorial, 713-465-8967), which is presently exciting Houston's West Side diners. He's also the owner of the Vine Wine Room, located right across from the BYOB restaurant. "I am a wine... More »
Cons- more than pros
Lobster night sadly - dry - smaller than Costco like a supermarket special frozen and not 6oz wet- if it was then it was really over cooked
Rice over cooked- crunchy on ends
Second dinner was tasty and good - pork scalapini
But mash potatoes under green beans was less than a tablespoon and one or their major touts; major complaint here. I thought the beans were ok, -spouse said better.
Owned by wine bar next door.
Pros.... bring your own wine- cork fee 5.00
ps us there at 8pm .(2)
Next time i ask you to check the ounces on the wine served versus a standard pour and they are owned by wine bar next door.- so ck both.
Told they think demographics means its ok to serve less. I'm insulted. I dont.--- CK it out. Not coming back- told they don't want more on plate to encourage desert
Please discuss. As IMHO I really wanted it to be better.
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