A peck of tongue-tickling peppers will have you happily playing with fire at Houston’s newest Chinese restaurant.
There are certain dishes that every good Texan knows and loves. But do you really know how to grill a flawless ribeye? Season that cast-iron skillet in your cupboard? Make sure your dough rises? We asked experts around the state to share some how-tos and a few recipes that will
Could these be the best pastries in Texas?
Why Austin's L'Oca d'Oro will keep you coming back for contemporary Italian fare.
Get properly sauced at Arthur Ave, which offers a fresh take on classic italian dishes.
Ritual is turning tables with a Deep-South menu of gussied-up hush puppies and hoecakes.
Two famed chefs share the secrets behind their hamburgers.
At Dallas chef Stephen Pyles’s Flora Street Cafe, Mexican, Southern, and cowboy foodways meet an internationalist sensibility.
The Texas burger revolution continues.
Dallas chef Julian Barsotti’s Sprezza does as the Romans do.
When Austin’s vegetable-forward restaurant Gardner failed, the proprietors transformed it into Chicon, a place aimed at the (adobo-rubbed) meat and (fingerling) potatoes crowd.
'The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African American Cookbooks'
Justin Yu of Oxheart brings a big prize home to Houston.
Dallas Asian-fusion restaurant Top Knot may be the newest member from the Uchi family, but it’s nobody’s kid brother.
Kevin Fink of Emmer & Rye furthers Texas's annual presence on the list.
Felipe Armenta’s secluded spot in Fort Worth serves up light steakhouse fare with a few surprises.
Two Austin chefs made the national categories, and Texas ruled the southwest regional competition.
Dallas chef Nick Badovinus has brought the Pacific Northwest to North Texas, brine included.
Variety is on the menu at the ten best new restaurants in the state.
The Texas chefs and restaurants named as semifinalists.
The contemporary Southern restaurant Filament is bringing light to Dallas’s Deep Ellum neighborhood.
A look inside Top Knot, Dallas's new Japanese-Mediterranean-Latin American fusion restaurant.
Get ready to drool over the offerings at the Austin Food & Wine Festival 2016.
The building may be aged, but the food at San Antonio’s Brigid is up-to-date.
An ode to the drowned taco, one of the best tacos in Dallas.
State of Grace may be new, but it evokes memories of old Houston.
A new Spanish-style restaurant, Bullfight, puts Austin’s once sketchy Airport Boulevard right in the middle of the dining arena.
How Evan Turner opened the taverna Helen in a fit of passion—and brought Houston a modern twist on dolmades.
The poor 'Texas Monthly' taco team had to eat soooo many tacos.
Are Houston’s suburbs ready for “gel spheres” and “carbonated pineapple conserve”?
Four Texas restaurants are in the running for the magazine’s best restaurants list.
The couple behind Rancho Loma is bringing high-end cuisine to a town of 4,500.
At Italic, the couple behind 24 Diner, Easy Tiger, and Arro worked out the kinks before they opened their doors.
Everything tastes better on (or near) the grill. Just ask Dallas chef Tim Byres, who invited five of his friends over to create these mouthwatering recipes for your next backyard shindig.
Feathers will be ruffled.
At the Dallas ramen shop Ten, you have to stand to eat the food—all the better to give it the ovation it deserves.
I covered the opening of Fino, in Austin. It’s only fitting to cover the day it shut its doors.
Houston’s Oporto Fooding House is almost certainly the finest Italian-Portuguese-Indian fusion restaurant in the world.
Michael Fojtasek and Grae Nonas join the ranks of Chris Shepherd, Tyson Cole, David Bull and seventeen other Texas chefs previously honored with the same recognition.
Including Aaron Franklin, Gilmore, Hugo Ortega, and Justin Yu.
One thing is for sure—a Texan knows what’s for dinner and where to get it. But if you’re new to the state, check out these iconic restaurants.
Texans LOVE their tacos. Versatile, portable, and quick to wolf down, tacos are made with either corn or flour tortillas. In their different styles, you can trace more than half a century of Texas’s Mexican-food history.
What happens when veterans of two of Austin’s finest Mexican and Thai restaurants try their hand at Mediterranean cuisine? Very delicious things.
One of the most anticipated openings in what promises to be a jam-packed restaurant season in Austin is less than a week away. Here’s how things are shaping up in the converted washateria now known as Launderette.
Braised oxtail comes to the strip mall.
Yes, a key ingredient at Austin’s Gardner usually comes in the form of a bale. But you wouldn’t want to squander these astonishing dishes on a horse.
Last year’s ten best and brightest new restaurants.
Le Cep’s contemporary French cuisine drags Fort Worth’s culinary scene into the twenty-first century. Don’t have a cow, monsieur.
Rural Texas has more to offer than chicken-fried steak and quaint motels. Our guide to ten far-flung places where you can enjoy first-class dining and sleep in style.
Nose-to-tail, locally sourced, and heavy on the protein: Austin chef Jesse Griffiths’s Dai Due moves from the supper club circuit to a permanent home.