It’s no secret that Houston has a culturally diverse culinary scene. Visitors and locals rave about easily finding food from all over the world. Yes, Houston’s Tex-Mex game is strong, but the city also offers a variety of culinary options from Central and South America, so whether you’re craving a taco, a flaky empanada, or a pupusa, you’ll find it here. Start exploring with our guide to good Latin American eats. Airline Drive/Heights Well known for its produce...
Just outside downtown Houston, within walking distance of the George R. Brown Convention Center and BBVA Compass Stadium, you’ll find a vibrant neighborhood with excellent dining and drinking options. Known as EaDo (for East of Downtown), this growing area has seen the arrival of an array of restaurants and bars that will keep you coming back for more. Ready to start exploring? Here are some suggestions for a day of eating in EaDo. Breakfast: Tout Suite View this post on Instagram
New football season, new food! Concessions at football games are not what they used to be. With elevated takes on traditional gameday food from some of Houston’s most notable chefs and restaurants, Houstonians and visiting fans are guaranteed to eat well regardless of their team’s outcome. So whether you’re living large in the suites or a die-hard fan in the crowd, bring a gameday-sized appetite for the super bowl of Houston food. View this post on Instagram A post shared by
Who needs to rush to Popeye’s or Chick-Fil-A for a chicken sandwich when so many Houston establishments turn out such good chicken sandwiches of their own? There are plenty of options to fill your craving. Read on for seven Houston chicken sandwiches to try. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Common Bond (@commonbondcafeandbakery) on Aug 19, 2019 at 8:44am PDT Nashville Chicken Sandwich Common Bond Montrose, 1706 Westheimer Rd,
Whether you’re coming to visit, enjoying a long layover or wrapping up your say in H-Town, treat yourself to a first or last meal when at George Bush International Airport. While eating at the airport is likely not on most people’s to-do lists, some of Houston’s most notable restaurants and chefs have set up shop for the hungry traveler. Didn’t have a chance to experience a margarita at Cadillac Bar or try the delicious Vietnamese-Cajun fusion food Houston is known...
Just outside of downtown Houston, Midtown is home to young professionals and families, as well as a vibrant culinary and cultural scene. Its high concentration of restaurants, bars and coffee shops make it an ideal place to enjoy a day of eating, and because Midtown is one of Houston’s most walkable neighborhoods, it’s easy to explore its culinary offerings. Keep reading for our suggestions for one day of eating in Midtown. View this post on Instagram A post shared by The
There’s no shame in going out for a drink during the day. Whether you’ve had a rough day, are on vacation or simply want a margarita to wash down your lunch, Houston has you covered. Read on to find out where you can get the best cocktails in Houston or a good craft beer before the clock strikes five. We won’t judge. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tropicales Cafe Y Comida (@tropicalestx) on May 29, 2019 at 7:59am PDT Tropicales
They say opposites attract when it comes to love, but the same can hold true when it comes to food. We’ve been experiencing unlikely combinations of food forever, and what may sound like an odd pairing to the ear can turn out to be a great idea for the tummy. As one of the most diverse food cities in the world, Houston is home to a few unique restaurants that fuse cultures and cuisines like never before. The next time your stomach starts rumbling, check out one of these fun food mashups.
Want to walk to breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner? Easy, head to Washington Avenue just east of Memorial Park. With establishments boasting delicious food and drinks, it’s easy to spend the day on a culinary journey along Washington and it’s cross streets. We’ll give you the lowdown on how to spend 24 hours of eating and drinking in the Washington corridor area. Breakfast View this post on Instagram A post shared by MAX's Wine Dive-Official
Having a great meal in Houston doesn’t have to break the bank. In fact, some of the most popular culinary delights are actually light on the wallet. Just in time for Houston Restaurant Weeks, here a few options where you can delight your taste buds and support a good cause at the same time. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Coltivare Pizza & Garden (@coltivarehtx) on Jun 14, 2019 at 8:51am PDT Coltivare Italian cuisine lovers are going to adore Coltivare. For HRW,