Soulful music and seafood.
Local ingredients plus international ideas equals a gastropub for everyone.
The OG of Amarillo Thai food.
This laid-back spot feels carved right out the Big Easy.
A speakeasy atmosphere makes Town Square's flagship restaurant a big hit.
Texas comfort food and a lively rooftop bar.
Spot-on cooking keeps this downtown icon at the top of the fine-dining list.
Coyote Bluff Cafe may be a shack, but the burgers are super.
This new shopping center spot boasts a calm (no blasting TVs) but energetic atmosphere. Enjoy a complimentary bowl of miso soup while you peruse a large menu of sashimi, dumplings, grilled items, and rolls (we loved the Dragon). A nice selection of sakes makes pairing a cinch.
Realizing a long-held dream, chef Delvin Wilson has opened his own kitchen, a cheerful jewel at the top of the Heights serving soul-warming food. His specialty is barbecue, but you can’t go wrong with the fried catfish, crisp on the outside and moist inside, or a daily special like chicken…
Havens is already serving some of the better barbecue in the Pandhandle, and my guess is it will just keep getting better.
Chris Virden is trying hard to make good barbecue at Virdinski’s, but he can’t always make it the way he’d like to.
Some of the best barbecue in Amarillo.