How do you tell the story of a city? On the fifth anniversary of the successful My Houston campaign that showcased our city's celebrity sons and daughters, the GHCVB decided to tell the story a different way. We know that people who come to Houston want to experience our cuisine and the arts above everything else. Who better to convey the dynamic diversity of these scenes than the people who are pushing them forward each day?
Meet the Chefs. These are just a few of the culinarians drawing accolades to Houston's restaurant scene and making this a must-stop place for foodies around the world.
In the catalog of iconic Texas images, nothing captures the history and culture of the Lone Star State quite like the roping cowboy. Cattle have been a part of Texas life since the foundation of the Republic, and while steel and glass skyscrapers and modern industry have largely replaced agrarian life here, one thing remains true: Texans love their beef...read more
In a city filled with buzzy, new restaurant openings, it takes real culinary talent for a business to withstand the test of time. Mediocre cuisine and so-so customer service just won’t cut it and some of Houston’s most-loved, tried-and-true institutions provide plenty of proof… read more
For a city known for its delicious ethnic fare, it should come as no surprise that Houston delivers top-notch American cuisine, too. Sure, there are plenty of greasy spoons in the nation’s fourth-largest city, turning out mouthwatering burgers, hotdogs and fries, but what about buttoned-up American outposts? Read on for our top date worthy H-Town restaurants that deliver stateside classics and New American cuisine in style.… read more
They say a city is only as diverse as its food. Houston recently surpassed New York City as the most diverse city in the U.S. and its pizza scene matches the statistics. From classic New York style and Chicago deep dish to Indian-Italian fusion and authentic… read more