Street To Kitchen, a Thai restaurant in the East End, transports you into a different plane of existence.
Stomachs don’t have a closing time, and neither do some of these places.
Feast at one of these places and leave with nothing but the faint smell of charcoal on your clothes to remember them by.
If you open a gay bar in Houston, they will come.
Our guide to the best Happy Hour food and drinks around the city.
From wood-fired Neapolitan pies to New York-style slices, these are the top pizza
places in Houston.
When it comes to Houston restaurants, think of this guide as your crash course.
Tatemó is a Mexican tasting menu restaurant in Spring Branch that really loves corn.
Kate Robata is a sushi bar and izakaya that suits a bunch of different needs, whether you’re here for an omakase, date night, or potentially raucous group dinner.
Masa and frijoles and barbacoa and sopes and cochinita.
It’s rough out there. We’re here to help.
Giacomo’s Cibo E Vino is a no-frills neighborhood Italian restaurant in River Oaks.
The people watching at Brasserie 19, a classic French bistro in River Oaks, never disappoints.
Whether it’s the first or the 101st date, this guide to date night has you covered.
The best pho, bún bò huế, and bánh mì that Houston has to offer.
Cali Sandwiches & Pho is a casual Vietnamese spot in Midtown.
The first bite of a bánh mì at Khang Vietnamese Sandwich Cafe in Alief will change you.
Where to get our favorite Vietnamese sandwiches.
Dan dan noodles, bánh cuốn, and xiaolongbao—consider this your bucket list to it all.
East Side, Best Side.
Where to eat and drink in Houston’s Third Ward neighborhood.
Because you can only get the #7 combo at that one chain restaurant so many times.
The Heights is more than just expensive bungalows and baby strollers.
The greatest burgers in Houston, according to us.
At Bubba's you can enjoy eating in the great outdoors (under a freeway overpass).
M&M Grill is a halal restaurant in the Medical Center that serves a little bit of everything.
Nancy’s Hustle is a cool and lighthearted EaDo joint serving creative, bistro-y dishes.
Tex-Mex isn’t just a type of food. It’s a way of life. Here is your guide to the best Tex-Mex restaurants in Houston.
Taqueria Del Sol is a family-run Tex-Mex and Mexican restaurant in the Greater East End.
Molina’s Cantina in Bellaire is the oldest continually operating Tex-Mex restaurant in Houston.
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Tia Maria's is a classic Tex-Mex spot in Garden Oaks that's gone unchanged for decades.
Dinette is a modern Vietnamese restaurant in the Heights serving familiar and well-executed hits, but with a sly sense of humor.
Pappas Bros. is a classic steakhouse in downtown Houston.
Nobie’s serves seasonal, farm-to-table dishes inside a small house in Montrose.