Satisfying Italian fare in a homey inner Westheimer setting.
Montrose watering hole specializing in craft brew and chef-driven pub grub.
Barbecue and bourbon in the heart of downtown Bryan.
A lively and colorful taco bar.
The street tacos and tequila cocktails are surprisingly exceptional as this Deep Ellum bar.
The OG of Amarillo Thai food.
A craving for crepes will send us to this Orange cafe every time.
A spacious food hall nestled in a Korean supermarket.
Vautrot's serves up some of the best fried catfish and shrimp we’ve ever tasted.
Rustic west-of-Austin outpost offering hearty and seasonal Hill Country fare.
Modern fare on Canyon's historic square.
Fried chicken and top bartenders—no wonder J Wilson’s is packed.
Sip a strawberry margarita from a pineapple on a tree-shaded patio.
Authentic Hungarian food in Kilgore, Texas.
Contemporary Italian dishes sparkle in a fresh, understated bistro on historic Main Street.
Southern accents on Texas favorites keep young and old happy in this dining room and saloon.
Casual-cool spot in Highland Park Village specializes in Neapolitan-style pizza.
Sachertorte, quiche, and more at the Adolphus.
Food and spirits at the Botanical Garden.
Safe for vegetarians, vegans, and anyone wanting a healthy lunch.
In the heart of cowboy country, the health- and weight-conscious can dine well.
Neighborly Italian in Olmos Park.
Cute cottage serving home-style meals for taking out or eating in.
Philly 77 shows cheesesteak lovers some brotherly love.
Industrial-chic yet comfy, pint-size Paulie’s continues to please after twenty-odd years.
An all-day hang—breezy, light, and evocative of Southern California.
This laid-back spot feels carved right out the Big Easy.
Alfresco dining never seemed so perfect.
Arguably the best wood-fired pizzas in town.
A brilliant mash-up of pan-Asian flavors and Texas barbecue.
Simple and spare sandwich shop focused on high-quality Italian ingredients.
The only problem we have with this little winery in northeast Texas is that the mostly German kitchen serves only four meals a week.
When it comes to barbecue, the Aguilar brothers ace it.
Viet-Cajun seafood and noodles—what’s not to like?
Kid-friendly modern diner serving nostalgic eats and drinks in the Heights.
Comfort food meets pizza in central El Paso.
The original, famously funky food trailer is now a brick-and-mortar at Rock Rose.
No-frills spot specializing in Lao and Thai dishes.
Fresh little stop for a quick dose of poke.
The location and the bar are the best things going for this new spot on lower Greenville.
This east-side hot spot offers a refreshingly authentic spin on interior Mexican and more masa nibbles than you knew were possible.
Moody and handsome, like a fantasy Italian lover who makes great pizza.
Iconic hole-in-the-wall serving classic Mexican dishes made from old family recipes.
A laid-back little spot for cocktails and seafood.
Part bakery, part cafe, part wine bar, strategically situated along the streetcar line.
Hondo’s is about making memories, and you can’t help but take away a few.
This EaDo bistro in a historic building is drawing fans from around town.
Casual spot for Creole and Southern comfort cooking.
A lively spot specializing in Neapolitan pizza, salads, meatballs, and wine.
Authentic Texas barbecue in a homey setting worth a drive.