Patio dining has become a necessity during the pandemic. Here are some of the best places to get your alfresco on.
Even during the worst of times, Texas keeps producing top-flight beverages.
Despite everything, new restaurants are still opening. Here are a few we’re looking forward to this year.
For the 20th edition of Where to Eat Now, we’ve compiled some of our favorite takeout options from places that opened in 2020.
Where to eat now: At many of the state’s best new restaurants, chefs have turned away from the fusion and eclecticism of recent years to focus on one cuisine (and do it really, really well).
We've compiled our favorites from the past three years into one handy article.
Where to eat now: The state’s best chefs take eclectic to a whole new level.
Where to Eat Now: The state’s best chefs are serving up quail egg shooters, smoked chocolate cake, and a sense of adventure.
Check out our roundup of last year's best new restaurants, where you can sink your teeth into everything from jellyfish salad to the world's finest beefsteak.
Variety is on the menu at the ten best new restaurants in the state.
Last year’s ten best and brightest new restaurants.
Once a year, I sort through my dining notes and come up with a list of my favorite dining spots of roughly the past twelve months. We modestly call the resulting story, traditionally published in February, “Where To Eat Now.” On its face, it is an honor roll of the
The senior editor on beer gardens, communal dining, and escargots.
Read a Q&A with Patricia Sharpe.
Jalapeño sausage–stuffed quail, lemon-pepper-marinated fried chicken: The trend for most of the best new restaurants last year was comfort food with pizzazz. But then along came Uchiko to wow us with its mouthwatering take on Japanese fusion. Who says you can’t buck a trend?
In a previous post, we highlighted an opportunity to virtually hangout with Tyson Cole of Uchi and Uchiko in Austin. Today, Google+ and Zagat join forces again to present yet another virtual culinary gathering. But this time,
TEXAS MONTHLY released its "Where to Eat Now" feature, a list of the best new restaurants in the state.