Intentionally corny and authentically delicious.
Come for the margaritas, stay for the comida.
Not your granny's vegetarian.
A carnival of Middle Eastern flavors.
Snag one of ten tables for a taste of Peru.
Good eats that are good for you.
Med Center Thai spot blooms with flavor and freshness.
Neighborly Mexican cafe in the Deco District.
Fast-casual, all-day dining from the Barley Swine and Odd Duck team.
Steaming bowls of comfort on lively East Sixth.
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.
Expect to stand in line for braised oxtail and spicy jerk chicken.
A hip cafe in a 96-year-old building in Five Points.
This downtown spot feels like a backyard party, but the kitchen has chops.
Ladies-who-lunch fare in the newly remodeled Fredonia Hotel.
Amazing pizza and more in a former Kingdom Hall.
A former filling station is home to tender pork ribs, a diminutive bar, and a friendly staff.
The seafood’s still fresh and great at this iconic Dallas restaurant.
An unpretentious spot with unbeatable Thai food.
Curry devotees flock here for fiery Southern Indian flavors.
Delicious Italian-inflected fare in a hospitable environment.
Reliable Italian-American favorites in a cozy setting.
Local favorite for hearty meals and friendly service.
Convenient counter-service spot with a family-friendly menu.
A laid-back vibe and excellent seafood make colorful Shark Shack a welcome addition to the Strand.
Farm-fresh foods on stylishly set tables.
A chef-driven menu in a sports-bar atmosphere.
You'll be delighted by what comes out of this unassuming little kitchen.
The cocktails are great and the food better than it has to be in this charming 1800's farmhouse.
Laid-back seafood joint with a patio and live music.
French techniques travel the world on Roberto Espinoza’s menu.
Southern comfort in south College Station.
Ramen, burgers, tacos—you'll find that and more at this downtown food hall.
Local ingredients plus international ideas equals a gastropub for everyone.
Great food and a cheerful atmosphere make Redbud the social hub of Blanco.
A classic German beer garden with a broad menu.
Big, bold Mexican food on Bandera Road.
This casual near-downtown Italian eatery keeps it spicy.
A happy addition to the Houston Cajun scene.
Sumptuous fare and a Texas-size personality make a winning combination.
Eclectic cuisine in a teeny and often-jammed neighborhood bar.
Kin to the Houston Hearsays, this location on the Strand is worth a look-see.
Tacos and fine wine in a delightful rehabbed house in Bishop Arts.
The art of throwing noodles is alive and well in Richardson.
A well-kept secret among West Campus residents and others in the know.
It's easy to be cheerful chasing quinoa and greens across your plate when you're sipping a crisp rosé.
Short on ambience, long on creative pizzas, by the slice or the pie.
This tiny noodle house from Michael Sohocki draws a loyal crowd.