A lively, family-friendly spot that serves far more than good pizza.
Indian fare with a modern sensibility.
Beloved Brenham star comes to H-Town to serve up first-rate barbecue in the Heights.
Biking never tasted so good.
Drop by for a great brunch when you tire of shopping at Cimarron.
A stylish, locally focused dining room in the W Hotel.
Noodle nirvana in West Dallas.
Mouthwatering Mexican food in the heart of downtown Bryan.
Creative wood-fired pizzas on the square in Mount Pleasant.
Burger mashups with no borders from Johnny Hernandez.
Deluxe renditions of comfort food, namely biscuits.
Agave spirits and Mexican street food cast a spell in Expo Park.
Elevated Tex-Mex from Omar Flores in Preston Center.
Another successful offspring of Asiatown’s Tran dynasty.
Tex-Mex migrates east along Highway 90 and shines with amazing salsa.
Granny chic meets Austin cool over burgers at this warm, cheery space in the Hotel Zaza.
Authentic, regional Thai street food near the Dallas Farmers Market.
A morning mecca for coffee, baked goods, and eggs Benedict.
Serving beguiling nose-to-tail dinners for a decade.
Creekside dining and original flavors.
A culinary exploration of West Africa.
Excellent brisket, ribs, and more from a Weslaco native.
A Dallas burger joint with a Lubbock vibe.
Island food and drinks in a tropical setting on Richmond Avenue.
Modestly priced Afghan spot on Hillcroft draws diverse crowds.
Spare, casual joint in Montrose serving eclectic small plates and cocktails.
Meaty Texas flavors reign at this downtown food hall counter.
Elevated pastas, salads, and pizzas in a swanky downtown food hall.
This Seawall spot packs them in for fabulous views and a wide-ranging menu.
Get in line early, because the ’cue sells out fast.
Volunteer-staffed, donation-based restaurant with a chef-driven menu.
A relaxed downtown spot for oysters and a whole lot more.
Eclectic fare for vegans and carnivores alike.
Casual gastropub on booming Near Southside.
Howdy’s brings a smoky Texas twist to its unique grilled pizzas.
Temaki, omakase, and sushi classes from the Kome folks.
Start with a Pisco sour at this contemporary Peruvian cebichería from the El Chile group.
This brewery offers solid barbecue in a renovated mechanic's shop.
A stylish revamp of a longtime Austin favorite.
There's no lovelier setting for an alfresco lunch.
A Texas cafe with cool furniture, a hip clientele, and a modern Asian fusion menu.
A warm and welcoming (and unexpected) South African restaurant in Winnsboro.
Elevated Texas fare with a Mediterranean slant.
Neighborhood Tex-Mex in the heart of King William.
Pasha hits all the high notes for eastern Mediterranean cuisine.
All pancakes, all the time (and lots more too).
All-day dining and live music on the bay.
Chinese classics and dumplings galore in West University.
Former Uchi chefs debut a Japanese eatery in Bravery Chef Hall.
Celebrity chef brings Vietnamese cuisine to downtown's Bravery Chef Hall.