Casual American food in the trendy EaDo district.
Nutritious fare served in a happy space.
Hugo Ortega's stylish, perpetually packed hacienda serves the best Mex-Mex in town.
An ambitious, reimagined new venue in the historic Houstonian Hotel.
Refined soul food served with a side of cultural history.
This new venture from Chris Shepherd features steaks in the old Underbelly site.
A Heights hangout for lovers of sashimi, rice bowls, and sake.
Promising new French venture in the posh River Oaks District.
This sleek newcomer to the Galleria offers sophisticated Mediterranean fare.
Popular Midtown restaurant, bar, and bakery.
The dumplings are divine.
Who knew good-for-you could taste this great?
Upscale Tex-Mex in a chic and bustling space in the Heights.
Every neighborhood deserves a warm, welcoming eatery like Relish.
Stylish space in the Heights serving chef-driven takes on classic seafood and fried chicken.
Bustling New York–style deli serving giant portions.
A longtime favorite for classic, upscale fare.
Funky Montrose mainstay for creative American dishes.
A posh, primo location overlooking Post Oak Boulevard and classic, well-prepared French dishes.
Satisfying Mexican fare in a simple, cozy setting.
Clubby downtown spot for Prime steaks and one of the best wine lists in the country.
Convenient counter-service spot with a family-friendly menu.
The lines are long at this Midtown breakfast favorite.
Satisfying Southern cooking in a rustic old house in the Medical Center area.
Celebrity chefs Michael Mina and Ayesha Curry play with fire and smoke at CityCentre.
A happy addition to the Houston Cajun scene.
Pricey Japanese fare from a celebrity chef in a seductive Galleria setting.
Sumptuous fare and a Texas-size personality make a winning combination.
A lively and often packed Mexican spot in the Heights.
Eclectic cuisine in a teeny and often-jammed neighborhood bar.
A fine place to go for pho in the Montrose.
Modestly priced pastas and pizzas in a cheerful setting.
Montrose watering hole specializing in craft brew and chef-driven pub grub.
Serious steaks and more in a country club-chic atmosphere north of Houston.
There's nary a misstep at Tilman Fertitta's flagship steakhouse.
Polished modern-American spot dishing out oysters, Gulf Coast specialties, and hearty Texas dishes.
A light and airy spot for Peruvian and other South American dishes.
Industrial-chic yet comfy, pint-size Paulie’s continues to please after twenty-odd years.
The name stands for “steaks” and “barbecue,” Ronnie Killen’s dual claims to fame.
A new, snazzy reincarnation of a longtime seafood spot.
Romantic, rustic setting for game dishes and American classics.
Handsome space with fresh takes on classic dishes.
Viet-Cajun seafood and noodles—what’s not to like?
Great roasted chicken at bargain prices in the EaDo neighborhood.
West Houston Italian stalwart gets a lift from a new owner and chef.
Kid-friendly modern diner serving nostalgic eats and drinks in the Heights.
A lovely nook for Indian fare within the Asia Society building.
Tilman Fertitta's luxurious and upbeat steakhouse chain lands in the Post Oak Hotel.
This EaDo bistro in a historic building is drawing fans from around town.
Casual spot for Creole and Southern comfort cooking.