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Countdown to the 2007 Houston Press Best of Houston®Issue

Our annual Best of Houston® issue hits the streets on September 27. The theme is hidden treasures, so every day till then we’ll be unfolding a map of what you can expect.

Picking the Best Restaurant in Houston is no easy chore. Just to be fair, we try to consider every single taco truck, hot dog stand and Whataburger within the city limits. And then we start drinking our way through taverns that serve microwave pizzas. In the end, we usually give the honors to the place where we find ourselves when the deadline hits. This year, it was a joint right down the street from our favorite tattoo parlor. (Got ink?)

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