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Andes Cafe Chef David Guerrero Proves He's Back and Better Than Ever Andes Cafe Chef David Guerrero Proves He's Back and Better Than Ever
The addicting tastes of South America aren't your typical Latin fare.
, April 24, 2014
We didn't know where to stop, and we didn't know exactly what we'd be getting, so we just kept ordering. First ceviche — two different kinds, one... More >>
Is There Room in the Neighborhood for Heights General Store? Is There Room in the Neighborhood for Heights General Store?
Newcomer wants its down-home, fresh approach to succeed.
, April 17, 2014
Harold's, as the restaurant up the stairs and above Heights General Store is affectionately called, isn't open for dinner on Monday nights, but... More >>
The Newest Churrascos Is a Satisfying Chip Off the Cordúa Block The Newest Churrascos Is a Satisfying Chip Off the Cordúa Block
This latest branch is as successful as the first.
, April 10, 2014
There weren't any steaks like this in Houston 30 years ago. There were trompo and fajitas and ­filet mignon, but there were no churrasco steaks.... More >>
Tiger Den's Noodles and Broth Are Vying to Be Houston's Best Tiger Den's Noodles and Broth Are Vying to Be Houston's Best
This hole-in-the-wall has lines out the door.
, April 03, 2014
On average, a bowl of ramen takes 27 minutes to eat. When it comes to your table, you first must feel the bowl. Cup your hands around the... More >>
Caracol, Hugo Ortega's Latest Outpost, is Reeling Them In Caracol, Hugo Ortega's Latest Outpost, is Reeling Them In
The ambitious new spot is making waves.
, March 27, 2014
There's a divide as soon as you enter through the heavy glass doors and head toward the imposing limestone hostess stand. To the right, the... More >>
Just Dinner Is So Much More Than That Just Dinner Is So Much More Than That
This intimate boîte in Montrose is a small jewel.
, March 20, 2014
The dessert was supposed to be a masterpiece. I heard it before I saw it, at other tables in the small, intimate dining room. A loud whoosh, like... More >>
Asian and South American-Inspired Fare at Fusion Taco Asian and South American-Inspired Fare at Fusion Taco
The duo at this downtown spot are getting people all hot and bothered.
, March 13, 2014
The words and phrases used by my friend to describe the food are not fit to print. Suffice it to say that he wanted to do unmentionable things to... More >>
Impressive Steaks and Family Heritage on the Menu at Osteria Mazzantini Impressive Steaks and Family Heritage on the Menu at Osteria Mazzantini
It may not be perfect, but it's pretty damn close.
, March 06, 2014
The March issue of Texas Monthly features signature dishes from some of the best restaurants around the state, all gathered together on one long... More >>
The Inventive Frankfurters at Good Dog Houston Think Outside the Bun The Inventive Frankfurters at Good Dog Houston Think Outside the Bun
This food truck turned brick and mortar restaurant is best in show.
, February 27, 2014
Go behind the scenes of this week's review in our slideshow, "A Closer Look at Good Dog Houston." There's something about hot dogs that has... More >>
Each Meal Is a Production at The Pass Each Meal Is a Production at The Pass
The nightly show is worthy of 'The French Chef.'
, February 20, 2014
Never had Julia Child so invaded my psyche as she did at this dinner. She was there from the first course, a trio of oysters whose finesse "The... More >>
Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette Is a Disappointing Sister Act Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette Is a Disappointing Sister Act
The chefs need to keep it simple.
, February 13, 2014
Initially, there seemed to be some sort of failure to communicate. When we arrived for our 7:30 p.m. reservation (made a mere four hours before),... More >>
The Alamo Drafthouse Takes Dinner and a Movie to a New Level The Alamo Drafthouse Takes Dinner and a Movie to a New Level
At Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, the food plays a starring role.
, February 06, 2014
It was as if Joaquin Phoenix and I were on a date. We gazed into each other's eyes. I took a sip of wine. He chuckled lovingly. I took a bite of... More >>
Grub Burger Bar, From Aggie Country, Slings Some Fine Patties and (Loaded) Milkshakes Grub Burger Bar, From Aggie Country, Slings Some Fine Patties and (Loaded) Milkshakes
A pleasant surprise imported from College Station.
, January 30, 2014
On any given day, you'll probably see someone standing outside Anthropologie's rustic storefront or across the street by the gurgling water... More >>
The Dosa Factory Elevates a Traditional Indian Street Food to Delicious Perfection The Dosa Factory Elevates a Traditional Indian Street Food to Delicious Perfection
This dosa will take you away to the streets of Chennai.
, January 23, 2014
There are more than 34,000 McDonald's locations in 119 countries worldwide. Dunkin' Donuts operates about 15,000 franchises, and Starbucks has... More >>
No Need for Wishes at the Enchanting Eleven XI No Need for Wishes at the Enchanting Eleven XI
Eleven XI's auspicious approach is attracting an eclectic crowd to Montrose.
, January 16, 2014
Figuring out how to tackle the dish before me was tricky. It was stacked gingerly, at least half a foot tall, delicate layers of toasted challah... More >>
With Houston's History of Wonderful Belgian Food, Why Is Café Brussels All It Has Left? With Houston's History of Wonderful Belgian Food, Why Is Café Brussels All It Has Left?
The food at Café Brussels is more cafeteria than cafe.
, January 09, 2014
Not even ten minutes into brunch on a lazy Sunday afternoon, the bad jokes started flowing. "Geez, did they go all the way to Brussels for the... More >>
Ba Mien Bistro Brings Elegance and Taste to a Ubiquitous Cuisine Ba Mien Bistro Brings Elegance and Taste to a Ubiquitous Cuisine
At Ba Mien, Vietnamese food goes upscale.
, January 02, 2014
Want a behind the scenes look at Ba Mien Bistro? Check out our slideshow! It seemed like the start to an uncomfortable dinner when my Vietnamese... More >>
All That Glitters Isn't Gold at Mr. Peeples All That Glitters Isn't Gold at Mr. Peeples
From the food to the atmosphere, Mr. Peeples is best described as sweet and mushy.
, December 26, 2013
Want a closer look at Mr. Peeples? Check out this slideshow! Coming back for brunch the next day was like returning to the scene of a... More >>
A Meal at Pizzeria Solario Can Be Hit or Miss, But the Hits Are Great A Meal at Pizzeria Solario Can Be Hit or Miss, But the Hits Are Great
You'll feel like you're playing a game of pizza roulette.
, December 19, 2013
Want a behind the scenes look at Pizzeria Solario? Get a closer look in this slideshow. Throughout my meal, this weird little poem by Henry... More >>
Malaysian Food Is Worth the Trip to Chinatown, and Mamak Malaysian has Some of the Best Malaysian Food Is Worth the Trip to Chinatown, and Mamak Malaysian has Some of the Best
Hungry for nasi lemak? Make haste to Mamak Malaysian.
, December 12, 2013
You really can't go wrong with anything in Dun Huang Plaza. According to the Web site, there are 62 businesses currently operating out of Dun... More >>
At Ciao Bello, Eggs and Flour Combine to Create Dishes of Perfection At Ciao Bello, Eggs and Flour Combine to Create Dishes of Perfection
Looking for pasta paradise? You'll find it at Ciao Bello.
, December 05, 2013
I knew I was in the right place. I'd come here for a reason. When I'm having one of those days that only warm carbs and cheese can solve, I seek... More >>
Good Food and Good People Keep Folks Coming Back to Morningside Thai Good Food and Good People Keep Folks Coming Back to Morningside Thai
A change of venue has done nothing to diminish this restaurant’s top-notch cuisine.
, November 28, 2013
Want a behind the scenes look at Morningside Thai? Check out our slideshow. I've always considered it a good sign when, shortly after sitting... More >>
Étoile Serves the Simple, Hearty French Food You Fell in Love With Étoile Serves the Simple, Hearty French Food You Fell in Love With
The traditional cuisine at Étoile is anything but passé.
, November 21, 2013
Get a closer took at Étoile by checking out our slideshow. There's a fine line between tradition and stagnation that becomes ever finer when you... More >>
Simply Pho Is More Than Its Name Suggests Simply Pho Is More Than Its Name Suggests
The menu at this little place in Midtown is diverse and delicious.
, November 14, 2013
Get a behind the scenes look at Simply Pho by checking out our slideshow. The name of the restaurant is completely misleading, as I discovered... More >>
City Oven Is Fitting in Quite Well City Oven Is Fitting in Quite Well
Heights newcomer City Oven has a laudable goal: dependable, satisfying food.
, November 07, 2013
Want a behind the scenes look at City Oven? Check out our slideshow. 'How would you review Chili's? Or T.G.I. Fridays?" My friend presented me... More >>
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