Restaurants in Mission
Old paintings and exposed brick and stucco interiors set a warm tone at fine dining restaurant, where comfort food dishes—pork chops with an apple chutney; rib-eye with asparagus—are served on a whimsical collection of vintage plates.
The eclectic menu at this popular eatery—dubbed an American pub in Paris—includes oysters, duck tacos, and prime rib. It also has the largest tequila collection in North Texas, so start things off with a margarita.
Stop in this South Texas institution for dozen or half dozen orders of the Mexican classic, from chicken or beef to jalapeño, bean and cheese. The restaurant also serves menudo, a rich stew traditionally made with beef tripe and chilies.
Amarillo locals flock to this standby morning and night for its home-style dishes such as huevos rancheros and hash browns and chicken-fried steak.
If you manage to finish the 72-ounce steak dinner in an hour, it’s free (otherwise it costs $72). There’s also more reasonably priced (and sized) cowboy fare, like fried rattlesnake and fried mountain oysters.
Ultra-modern loft space serving updated Texas chophouse classics