Casual spot near Hobby for well-prepared Thai classics.
Good, healthy fare for downtown El Paso.
Where there is smoke (and no parking), grilled chicken rules.
Cupcakes to die for, but that’s not all.
Angus beef and Idaho fries are on the menu at this export from Alamo.
No waiting for these smoking tacos.
Tex-Mex and burgers near Sul Ross University.
A beloved Thai restaurant is back.
Mexican food with a mission.
From the classic to the eclectic, brunch dishes at First Watch offer something for everyone.
Adventurous Asian fusion in a sleek little spot across from the courthouse.
Lunch specials and pies made with farm-fresh goodness.
Biking never tasted so good.
Make mine with hickory sauce.
This McAllen spot feels like a swanky French bistro.
A small bakery serving cafe-style lunches and all kinds of desserts.
Tex-Mex migrates east along Highway 90 and shines with amazing salsa.
A morning mecca for coffee, baked goods, and eggs Benedict.
The Perini Ranch opens up a cafe.
It's back to juicy basics for chef Andrew Weissman.
A culinary exploration of West Africa.
Excellent brisket, ribs, and more from a Weslaco native.
The best place in Lubbock for breakfast.
Modestly priced Afghan spot on Hillcroft draws diverse crowds.
Meaty Texas flavors reign at this downtown food hall counter.
Elevated pastas, salads, and pizzas in a swanky downtown food hall.
Volunteer-staffed, donation-based restaurant with a chef-driven menu.
It's a car wash and a Mexican food adventure.
Howdy’s brings a smoky Texas twist to its unique grilled pizzas.
This regional chain has a fanatical following.
Classic breakfast and lunch dishes with a West Texas twist.
There's not a more diverse menu in East Texas.
Plenty of pastries but hearty Texas comfort food too.
From huevos divorciados to plancha-pressed tortas, everything is seasoned with fútbol y familia.
Former Uchi chefs debut a Japanese eatery in Bravery Chef Hall.
How about a fresh farm-to-table lunch in a charmingly refurbished feedstore?
Celebrity chef brings Vietnamese cuisine to downtown's Bravery Chef Hall.
This little deli might have the most loyal clientele on the whole island.
The Med Center area now has a draw for top-flight Chinese fare.
It’s the whole enchilada and then some.
Middle Eastern specialties abound in this sunny, off-the-beaten-path space.
Patience is rewarded at this no-nonsense Chinese restaurant.
A welcome surprise for coffee and classic rock aficionados alike.
Lubbock’s latest entry in the smoked-meats craze.
Some of the state's best pastrami, and more, in a little cottage on Manor.
Hunt this place down and join the cops and road warriors for skillet breakfasts and tacos.
A whimsical deli on the Mineola square.
Cheerful service and fresh sandwiches, soups, and salads.
Like a towering foam cup filled with pork bulgogi, this Korean spot gets better the deeper you dig.
Top Vietnamese fare in the Heights.