Chris Shepherd’s fourth installation features seafood and retro Southern classics.
Former Uchi chefs debut a Japanese eatery in Bravery Chef Hall.
Celebrity chef brings Vietnamese cuisine to downtown's Bravery Chef Hall.
Bigger and spiffier, the downtown Shrimp ’N Stuff still serves the same great seafood.
This little deli might have the most loyal clientele on the whole island.
Glitzy Latin restaurant-bar in the Harwood District.
Avner Samuel reincarnates Nosh—again.
Dashi-style ramen in Lower Greenville.
A shabu-shabu joint from the fevered imagination of Tatsu Aikawa, the power behind Ramen Tatsu-Ya and Kemuri Tatsu-Ya.
Authentic pizzas in an inviting space in lower Greenville.
Burgers, cornhole, and lots more at this larger-than-life Trophy Club spot.
Fresh, well-prepared Vietnamese food in a sparkling setting.
Colorful and laid-back watering hole on the Strand.
Stylized cowboy cuisine in the historic Stockyards.
Authentic Korean barbecue, bibimbap, and more, in Trinity Groves.
A welcome surprise for coffee and classic rock aficionados alike.
Lubbock’s latest entry in the smoked-meats craze.
If you know what it means to miss New Orleans, you might want to stop by the Gumbo Diner.
A local favorite saloon with booze-friendly food in South Main Village.
The most romantic of steakhouses.
Sleek neighborhood spot for elevated American comfort food.
A delightfully eclectic Cajun spot from the team behind Lenoir.
An upscale pub and beer garden located in a historic building on the square.
Some of the state's best pastrami, and more, in a little cottage on Manor.
This Lakewood watering hole boasts a fun, easygoing menu.
A lovely courtyard, lively music, and some of the best pastries in town.
Cheers meets Mayberry Diner.
A whimsical deli on the Mineola square.
Cheerful service and fresh sandwiches, soups, and salads.
Wings and sauces in all their glory.
The drinks are not for the faint-hearted at this mezcaleria from El Come Taqueria.
Choose from ten chef-driven stalls at this downtown food hall.
Craft burgers, live music, and a historic building.
Traditional seafood with a little Mediterranean flair.
Head to Aledo’s old downtown for fish and steaks in a contemporary setting.
This venerable restaurant in Sunland Park Mall still delights with from-scratch cooking.
Creative American cuisine in an elegantly rustic vineyard locale.
A light-filled Mexican restaurant in a primo spot near Klyde Warren Park.
This Preston Center Italian spot fills a neighborhood niche.
Healthy food from the Kerbey Lane folks, just off the hike-and-bike trail.
A pan-Asian spot in King William with a great bar and sidewalk tables.
Colorful East Austin spot dishes up bold Mexican flavors.
A Southern trek through the land of hush puppies.
Old-school Italian is an understatement.
The Pit Room guys serve up some fine fish and a galaxy of gins.
Born as a food truck, this bright spot serves clean, classic Chinese.
Expect tasty noodles and small plates at this cozy ramen house.
Strong cocktails and oysters on the half shell in Deep Ellum.
The patio is as alluring as the crepes.
This low-key East Austin spot brings a fresh approach to home-style Taiwanese cooking