No-nonsense breakfast and lunch spot for folks who want a good meal in a hurry.
Your favorite Tex-Mex and a few interior Mexican dishes too.
Even if you never watched their show, you’d still be happy you visited Chip and Joanna Gaines' spin-off venture, Magnolia Table.
This tiny downtown cafe has a loyal following.
Curry devotees flock here for fiery Southern Indian flavors.
This no-frills, counter-order kitchen serves solid American fare with a few Japanese dishes thrown in for good measure.
Short on ambience, long on creative pizzas, by the slice or the pie.
Tex-Mex doesn’t get any better in this mountain village.
Making breakfast fancy, one waffle at a time.
A craving for crepes will send us to this Orange cafe every time.
Vautrot's serves up some of the best fried catfish and shrimp we’ve ever tasted.
Authentic Hungarian food in Kilgore, Texas.
Old-school home cooking near Fort Bliss.
Sachertorte, quiche, and more at the Adolphus.
Safe for vegetarians, vegans, and anyone wanting a healthy lunch.
Philly 77 shows cheesesteak lovers some brotherly love.
A quick-service Japanese restaurant with quality ingredients.
A quaint dessert caterer with lunch service.
Thirty-plus years of spring rolls and crab claws.
Breakfast and lunch, with killer tortillas, in the Davis Mountains.
More barn than farmhouse, this restaurant dishes up Texas-style comfort food.
Every town needs a post office, a library, and a place like City Diner.
When it comes to barbecue, the Aguilar brothers ace it.
The perfect stop for a cool, creamy treat in the summer heat.
A little hole-in-the-wall that exceeds all expectations.
Great roasted chicken at bargain prices in the EaDo neighborhood.
Authentic Korean barbecue in an unassuming location.
No-frills spot specializing in Lao and Thai dishes.
Fresh little stop for a quick dose of poke.
Giant burritos and celebrity clientele.
A smart new place with healthy options.
A lovely nook for Indian fare within the Asia Society building.
The beloved taco trailer has put down roots in a strip center on the Highway 183 frontage road.
Family-owned restaurant with authentic Mediterranean food and a legendary lunch buffet.
This funky tortillería is a primo destination for tacos.
Catch up on small-town small talk over coffee, pastries, and sandwiches.
This recently updated drive-through burger shack has deep roots in El Paso.
The original Bodacious is still the best.
There's a lot more than pasta at this casual counter-order spot.
Fast food but different.
Hold the cream sauces, bring on the grains and vegetables.
There's a lot more to this place than sandwiches.
A humble spot with delicious Filipino food.
A spot as cheery as its name.
Expect a classy menu of tagines.
A hole-in-the-wall serving authentic New York–style pizza.
The burgers are justly famous, but don't miss the breakfasts. Or the chicken-fried steak.
Sandwiches, daily specials, and plenty of coffee and tea to keep travelers awake.
Porchetta, chicken, and real-deal Southern sides.
Expect superb pizzas and sandwiches.