An extensive menu of Szechuan dishes from Houston-based Tiger Noodle House.
A menu that skews Amalfi Coast in an expansive and sunny-yellow space.
It’s a blast to kick back on the patio at Wild Oats, Underbelly Hospitality’s newest come-as-you-are Texas-centric spot.
The only outpost of the Saltillo original, this elegant offering brings Northern Mexico’s culinary excellence to the Cultural District.
The pickleball craze lands with surprisingly sophisticated food midway between the Cultural District and TCU.
French classics in a classy, brasserie-style space inside the Renaissance Saint Elm hotel.
Nostalgic decor and standbys like wood-fired pizzas and lasagna bolognese.
Cheery decor, stellar service, and, alas, unremarkable food.
Over-the-top Texas food and atmosphere in the Adolphus Hotel.
In a luxe setting, the Mexican takes south-of-the-border cuisine to new levels.
A modern gastropub with an out-of-this-world beer list.
A fun cocktail joint that also serves food so good we don’t even need booze to enjoy it.
Polished service, sleek decor, and Italian classics make this Arts District spot a good choice for pre- (or post-) performance dining.
This cute chicness in the heart of Hemisfair Park mixes cocktails with favorites from the restaurant’s original food truck.
Charcuterie, flatbreads, and take-and-bake lasagnas.
A steakhouse for the consummate Texan.
Oozing New Orleans charm, this stylish bistro serves refined Cajun cuisine in a restored Craftsman home.
Alumni from Fort Worth’s La Piazza have reunited to make transporting Italian dishes.
Ignore the strip-mall exterior. Seoul is a hidden gem in the Hub City.
In the posh Four Seasons, this Pan-Latin steakhouse exudes energy and passion.
This sleek offshoot of Andy Chen’s Austin location serves up warm hospitality and ice-cold fish.
This inviting Oak Cliff cantina charms on several fronts.
If you want a breezy venue in which to nosh and drink, this TV-bedecked beer garden might be the place.
Reliable, upscale Italian fare from Alberto Lombardi.
Argentine-style fare in a modern, beautiful space.
Mediterranean fare in a hotel-based dining room that's as much stylish den as poolside lounge.
In a cool space with contemporary seaside paintings, guests sip clever cocktails while noshing on deep-fried lobster bites and grilled oysters.
Much more than swords, steaks, and chimichurri.
This cosmopolitan steakhouse is but a stone’s throw from Texas A&M.
Beautiful Mexican flavors in downtown El Paso.
This West Austin bistro is consistently excellent.
This casual steakhouse has catered to locals for decades.
Tex-Mex-style seafood from local favorite Trudy's.
Opened in 2020, this Japanese steakhouse offers an extensive menu of sushi and sashimi.
Classic Tex-Mex and American fare in a fun, larger-than-life setting.
Eclectic Texas-y dishes in the Carpenter Hotel.
This Mexican eatery is more than worthy of its tree-sheltered Salado Creek setting.
This casual Indian spot on the Washington Corridor projects attractive sophistication.
A sustainable-seafood eatery and market in the Post Houston development.
Expect a crowd-pleasing menu at this bright Garden Oaks spot.
Perched on the green at CityCentre, Daily Gather raises the bar for comforting American classics.
Wood-fired pizzas and regional Italian dishes anchor the menu at this casual restaurant in Oak Lawn.