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Best Of Houston® 2020: Best Family Friendly Restaurant

Counter service by day, full service by night, this neighborhood diner will keep kids and adults happy.
Counter service by day, full service by night, this neighborhood diner will keep kids and adults happy.
Photo by Kimberly Park

Best Family Friendly Restaurant: Dish Society

Little ones can order off the “Childish” menu at this locally-sourced, all-day diner (and they’ll get a free fountain drink if they do). The friendly, casual kitchen makes for a super easy family meal, offering counter service for breakfast, lunch and brunch, and full service for supper and social hour at its multiple locations around town. Kid-approved eats range from popcorn shrimp, buttered noodles, and grilled chicken strips with veggies and queso to breakfast-stuffs like Nutella French toast bites and fried chicken and biscuits. Meanwhile, you can devour BLTs and avocado toasts, seasonal grain bowls and vegetarian tacos, brisket-stuffed sweet potatoes and citrus-glazed salmon, and apps like the fried smoked gouda grit balls that you may need to order two plates of, because we have a feeling the entire family will want in.

Multiple Locations
dishsociety.com

Readers' Choice: Barnaby's Cafe
Multiple Locations
barnabyscafe.com

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