The classic American fare at Harvey Washbangers makes laundry day a little more appealing.
From the classic to the eclectic, brunch dishes at First Watch offer something for everyone.
Howdy’s brings a smoky Texas twist to its unique grilled pizzas.
This cosmopolitan steakhouse is but a stone’s throw from Texas A&M.
The Republic is all you could want in a smart local steakhouse.
The patio is as alluring as the crepes.
There's a lot of good barbecue in College Station, but 1775 is one of the best.
Chicken and waffles cooked just right.
An unassuming spot for great Peruvian food.
Southern comfort in south College Station.
Arguably the best wood-fired pizzas in town.
Hold the cream sauces, bring on the grains and vegetables.
This Austinite gets an enthusiastic Aggie welcome.
With a plethora of sushi restaurants in this college town, it’s hard to stand out. But 40 Tempura has managed to do just that. Located in a shopping center that was once a restaurant graveyard, this “outskirts area” eatery is now anything but. Soft music and subdued lighting make for…
Hibachi dining was once a novelty reserved for special occasions. While such spots are plentiful today, the challenge now is making sure the food is equal to the theatrics. Our dinner at Atami delivered on both counts. While on the pricey side (the same fare at lunch is half-off), our…
Tucked away in a revitalized shopping area, this small eatery was kept alive by loyal customers at a time when neighboring restaurants were closing. Although the restaurant no longer has to try so hard, the friendly staff, calm atmosphere, and fantastic food remain. Ohana offers traditional Korean fare, from yukgaejang…
In its early days, Veritas offered tapas-style fare refreshingly unique to the Bryan–College Station area. But its menu has gradually evolved, with dishes now resembling the area’s other upscale dining spots (though the cosmopolitan atmosphere and vast wine selection have fortunately remained the same). The food is hit-and-miss: our filet…
The wildly popular Mad Taco is the brainchild of Peter Madden (of Casual Gourmet), and while many of the fillings might seem familiar (braised pork, carne guisada), he differentiates his offerings with his own “tamale bread” tortilla. The result is a zesty, soft, corn-y foundation you’ll also find, in thinner,…
Their crisp smoked chicken thighs have a salty crunch of the skin that is addictive, and the moist meat beneath is incredible.