May 8, 2017 By Texas Monthly

There were seven of us and nobody had the same dish, so that should tell you there’s something for everyone here. The freshly squeezed orange juice is a real treat, and a perfect accompaniment for the California Benedict, with its artichokes, sliced avocado, and tomatoes. You also can’t go wrong…

Bier Haus

Oct 2, 2018 By Texas Monthly

This downtown spot feels like a backyard party, but the kitchen has chops.

Bill’s Bistro

Nov 18, 2015 By Texas Monthly

Tucked away in a shopping center, Bill’s has the advantage of sharing doors (and owners) with the Wine Rack. Chef Bill Bloom’s small menu offers the likes of hand-cut steaks and roasted duck, along with seafood items like a delicious buttery sole (a special that deserves a permanent spot on…

Bistro 1031

Aug 5, 2019 By Texas Monthly

Head to Aledo’s old downtown for fish and steaks in a contemporary setting.

Black Pearl

Oct 4, 2016 By Texas Monthly

We were convinced that we had been transported to our favorite Boston oyster bar until we remembered that we were gazing out on Tyler’s downtown square rather than the Nantucket harbor. The aura of this spot is not at all lacking, and it’s as intimate as the square footage would…

Black Walnut Café

Feb 29, 2016 By Texas Monthly

The parking lot was packed at 10:50 a.m. Maybe everyone there was looking for a late breakfast (a spectacular array of dishes) or an early lunch; in either case, this kitchen can deliver. Truly, the lobster Benedict was a showstopper, with its generous chunks of lobster, peppered bacon, and poached…