Mighty fine dining worth the drive to Johnson City.
A new location for a Dallas diner famous for its crispy fried chicken.
Waves of nostalgia swept over us when we settled into this retro diner decked out in red vinyl and chrome (there’s a wonderful patio too). But back to the food: the fried chicken here is spot-on and just the way we remember our grandmother cooking it. And the chicken-fried steak…
The dog-friendly, music-friendly BYOB patio here (which is most of the seating space) may just be the best hangout spot in town to eat Frito pie, brisket-topped cheeseburgers, and the meanest, spiciest loaded fries—New Mexico red chiles and crispy jalapeños—in West Texas.
After a day of treasure hunting at Canton’s famous First Monday Trade days, we were sorely in need of comfort food and were so happy to revisit Buttermilk’s. As one must when indulging in Southern food, we began with the crispy fried green tomatoes. The daily special of fried catfish…
Old-world charm for special occasions.
Gourmet and global, despite a strip center location.
From steaks its dry-aged in house to excellent wines, Café Central offers the city’s finest dining.
An inspired restaurant equal to the world-class museum that houses it.
An Alamo Heights stalwart for light meals and cocktails.