Nobie’s is home to one of the most eclectic menus in Houston. Nestled in a house on a residential street, the restaurant serves up a constantly changing menu that draws upon the executive chef’s fine-dining roots in a more approachable and affordable way.
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Downtown has had some major upgrades thanks in part to the Super Bowl. This means that the area by George R.
Maba Pan-Asian Diner is a recent addition to Midtown’s food scene, serving Asian fusion in a cool and trendy setting.
Happy hours typically call to mind half-priced beers and cocktails at the local bar, but what should really draw everyone’s attention is the cheap eats.
Starting as a Vietnamese fusion food truck, Les Ba’get upgraded to its first permanent location in a Montrose bungalow a few years ago.
Don’t be fooled by the word “diner” — this restaurant does not fit the conventions of an American diner in any sense.
First there was Killen’s Steakhouse, sourcing top quality steaks from around the country to fulfill a carnivore’s dream.
Many of the Chinese restaurants around Houston serve food from the Hunan or Sichuan provinces, although Chinese cuisine encompasses many regional cuisines.
A new restaurant joined predecessors Tinys Boxwoods and Tinys No. 5 in November, completely centered around the chain’s famous chocolate chip cookie rather than brunch.
This article is the second of a two-part series, the first of which covered a weekend in Big Bend and Marfa and this week, I will cover some cool places to stop during the drive.
As a native Californian whose first trip to Texas was my senior year Rice visit, I was largely unfamiliar with the tourist attractions that this state has to offer.
Cane Rosso, a Dallas-based pizza chain, has opened two locations in Houston, the first coming to the Heights this past summer and the second coming to Montrose in late October.
In one of the most diverse cities in the country, we have the unique opportunity to expand our cultural horizons by eating at a wide variety of authentic ethnic restaurants.
Many would argue the best part of any meal is dessert. As a result, this article will not focus on restaurants but rather cafes solely specializing in indulgent sweets, both cold and hot.
If you’re looking to go south of the border for your next Saturday dinner, Andes Cafe is a great place to expand your food horizons beyond North America.
Do you like free — well, not technically — samples? Do you like fine meats and cheeses? Do you like grilled cheese and/or mac and cheese?
For those who have always dreamed of dining at a cute bistro in Paris but are grounded in the reality of being a college student, rise n°2 may be the place for you to live out your fantasy at a more reasonable price.
If you’re looking to go off the beaten path, or even off the continent, for a Saturday dinner, consider trying Afrikiko Restaurant.