Restaurants in Texas

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You're on vacation—you can brunch on Tuesday if you want to! And if you do, South Congress Café is always there. Consistent and popular since 2003, this... Read More

You’ll likely meet chef Edie Pruitt making his rounds at this restaurant, set in a revamped bungalow. Start the meal off with additive cornbread... Read More

Order the ribs before they sell out at this smoked meat institution. Otherwise, opt for the mother clucker, a chicken sandwich loaded with cheddar,... Read More

Located in the Arts District, Stephan Pyles derives its name from its chef, Esquire Magazine's 2006 Chef of the Year and the "father of Southwestern... Read More

If you've seen Richard Linklater's classic "Dazed and Confused," you might recognize the shopping center that's home to Stiles Switch as one of the... Read More

One of Houston’s most famous steakhouses, the Strip House occupies a prime downtown location within walking distance of the George R. Brown... Read More

Every Sunday, this barbecue restaurant and live music venue serves up its Gospel Brunch at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. seatings of spirit . The singers... Read More

The Scene: Despite their demanding day jobs, Hannah Calvert and her business partner, Tasso, opened SUG in 2006 as a way to exorcise their deep desire... Read More

A farm-to-table restaurant in every sense of the phrase, chef Monica Pope's t'afia offers a refreshingly approachable take on New American cuisine.... Read More

A local favorite, TacoDeli has its own storefronts but also supplies breakfast tacos to many coffee shops around town. Try one or two of the 10 house... Read More

The lineup of margaritas (and other cocktails) here is uniformly tasty and affordable. I usually go with the house Mexican martini for $5.50—a worthy... Read More

Master chef Teiichi Sakurai spent time in Tokyo honing the art of the buckwheat noodle for his soba restaurant. Tei-An's mirrored glass façade in One... Read More

The Austin Beer Garden and Brewing Co. has only been around since 2013, but it's already a fixture. They brew their own beers, which you can enjoy... Read More

It’s hard not to feel like a kid inside this River Oaks candy store. Shades of purple fill the shop, which, as the name suggests, sells everything... Read More

Snag a table for two in this cozy cottage for plates such as line-caught yellow fin sashimi with a balsamic ginger glaze and brown sugar pork belly confit. Read More

Long adored by locals who seriously love beer, the Ginger Man in downtown Austin has a wide selection, a pub feel and a cozy patio.  Walk over here... Read More

Nestled within the city's newest park, Discovery Green, the Grove seems on track to be Houston's 21st-century answer to Tavern on the Green, except here... Read More

Pass through this dark, dive-y bar on East Sixth Street to the outdoor picnic tables and you’ll be greeted with a beautiful sight: an East Side King... Read More

Located in the 19th-century Fort Worth Stockyards, the Lonesome Dove Western Bistro is the flagship restaurant of nationally acclaimed chef Tim... Read More

The Mighty Cone serves breaded chicken, shrimp or avocado in a tortilla with ancho sauce. For years, the cones were available only at Austin City Limits... Read More

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