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Houston Neighborhoods

Where to go and what you’ll find in our guides to eating in Houston neighborhoods. 

Where to Eat in Montrose

With its eclectic mix of restaurants, shops, art galleries, and bars, Montrose is a unique Houston destination. Founded in 1911, this neighborhood in the heart of the city is also home to some of Houston’s most exciting eateries, including several that along with their chefs have earned national acclaim.
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Where to Eat in Bellaire

Bellaire Boulevard is an arterial route that goes through several areas of West Houston, including the beautiful city of Bellaire and Houston’s Asiatown. Dining options along this route are endless and you’ll find a good sampling of the diversity of food that Houston has to offer.
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Where to Eat in Downtown Houston

One perfect day in downtown Houston wouldn’t be complete without taking advantage of some of the great food options the city has to offer. From early morning breakfast to late night drinks, we’ve got you covered for a tasty 24 hours in downtown Houston.
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Where to Eat in Midtown

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.
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Where to Eat in The Heights

Perhaps one of the most burgeoning areas in Houston is The Heights. Just northwest of Downtown Houston, this historic neighborhood dates back to the late 1800s. Today, The Heights is filled with endless shopping, eating and drinking opportunities, making it a charming area that is not to be missed.
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Where to Eat in Uptown

Uptown Houston is a destination in and of itself. Anchored by Post Oak Boulevard, visitors can shop, dine, stay and work without ever having to leave the area. For Uptown Houston novices, we’ve put together a list of must-try restaurants for a perfect day of eating in Uptown. Visitors can sit back, relax and make the needed reservations for a delicious day on the town.
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Where to Eat in River Oaks/Upper Kirby

The River Oaks/Upper Kirby area is one of the hippest trips in America. The neighborhood boasts beautiful homes, posh boutiques and even fabulous nightclubs. You could entertain yourself for hours on end without ever leaving the zip code.
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Where to Eat at Bush Intercontinental Airport

Whether you’re coming to visit, enjoying a long layover or wrapping up your say in H-Town, treat yourself to a true dining experience 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.
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Where to Eat in East Downtown (EaDo)

Near the George R. Brown Convention Center and PNC Stadium you’ll find the vibrant and vastly growing neighborhoods of EaDo (short for East Downtown) and East End. EaDo was once home to Houston’s Chinatown and East End has been known for its great art scene. Both neighborhoods now boast a culturally diverse selection of restaurants and bars for Houstonians and visitors to enjoy. If you’re hungry for a good time, read on for our food and drink recommendations!
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Where to Eat Near Minute Maid Park

Rodeo Goat Ice House is just East of Downtown Houston and serves up some of the best burgers in town. Feeling spicy? Try the Hot Bastard Burger with Habanero cheddar, marinated Fresno peppers, bibb lettuce, beefsteak tomato, onion, and aioli. There are 20+ burgers to choose from and a great selection of beer, wine and specialty cocktails for your drinking pleasure. Rodeo Goat is less than a half-a-mile walk to Minute Maid.
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Where to Eat on Washington Avenue

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.
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Where to Eat in West University

Just like the myriad of cultures found on Rice University’s campus, the West U and Rice Village area are a true reflection of the university’s diverse community. From quick bites, to cocktails, decadent dinners and desserts, you don’t have to travel far and wide for delicious international eats in this Houston neighborhood. 
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