Best of Houston® 2019: Best Family-Friendly Restaurant

Little Matt's will become destination dining for your kids.
Little Matt's will become destination dining for your kids.
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Best Family-Friendly Restaurant: Little Matt's

Hidden by a plain exterior in West University is a restaurant that your kids are going to be over the moon for. At Little Matt’s the food is fine — more elevated than you might guess, including some truly interesting burger and chicken options, along with Tex-Mex and salad choices — and the selection of arcade games, tablets to play with and candy for sale means it’ll be a place your kids actually want to go rather than just settle for. Family is at the core of what Little Matt’s does; they donate their proceeds to those families at the Texas Children’s Hospital dealing with cancer. When it comes to food and fun for a good cause, Little Matt’s is hard to beat.

Little Matt's
6203 Edloe, Houston

Readers' Choice: Bernie's Burger Bus

2200 Yale, Houston

5407 Bellaire Boulevard, Bellaire

2643 Commercial Center Boulevard, Suite 320, Katy

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