Restaurants in Texas

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Given its widespread national acclaim, Fearing's has become a favorite in Dallas's Uptown area. Chef and partner Dean Fearing, winner of a James Beard... Read More

One of the most nourishing and idiosyncratic spots to open in town since, well, ever, is Feast, set in a rambling Arts and Crafts house in Montrose. The... Read More

Located off the beaten path in the West Campus neighborhood, this second-story restaurant is known for its Mediterranean small plates and inventive... Read More

Southern stalwarts get an upscale twist at this downtown eatery: buttery biscuits, deviled eggs, and grits to your liking. Read More

Operating out of a vintage Avion trailer, this cash-only crêpe vendor serves sweet and savory variations of the French staple, all of which are... Read More

Offering the type of dishes one would find at a typical Parisian cafe that are just as authentic, the display cases at Flo offer a challenge. Here, it's... Read More

Pastry chef Rebecca Masson earned her stellar reputation providing desserts for trendy and high-end restaurants and top bakeries in town, becoming such... Read More

A perennial brunch favorite in Austin since 1975, Fonda San Miguel has an atmosphere of colorful, old-school elegance and a generously laden buffet. But... Read More

The husband-and-wife chefs here exhibit skillful talent at creating traditional northern Thai food—evidence of their years spent abroad. The ... Read More

This charming corner shop may look freshly painted, but it originally opened in 1882, making it the oldest deli in Texas. It’s only open from 11... Read More

Speaking of Bloodys (a subject almost as dear to my heart as gravy), at Frank they come garnished with a big slice of bacon.  The full Sunday... Read More

This is no ordinary Austin restaurant; it's a rite of passage. The barbecue king is worth the wait: pile your tray high with Aaron Franklin's brisket,... Read More

What you've heard about Franklin is true: It is great, and the lines are crazy. In fact, I've never seen it without one. If you're making your... Read More

On funky South First Street, Freddie's has a playground and ample seating both outdoors and indoors. Outside is where it's at, though, with a small... Read More

Chef Johnny Hernandez, a local celebrity, opened Fruteria - Botanero in South Town, a neighborhood where beautiful old industrial buildings are... Read More

Displaying food as art—that is what you'll find at Matt McCallister's uber-hip Dallas Design District restaurant that serves modern American cuisine... Read More

Head to this quaint eatery for homemade lunch dishes such as the chicken salad made with apricots. Snag a patio table overlooking a lovely park. Read More

Husband and wife duo Stephen Rogers and Allison Yoder are California transplants cooking up seasonal American cuisine in a coastal cool environment.... Read More

Located in the Heights neighborhood, the Glass Wall offers seasonal menus of modern American cuisine created by chef Jorge Rodriguez. Adorned with... Read More

Traveling with little meat eaters? They can feast on lamb ribs and sausages at this classic barbecue restaurant, where paper plants land on checked... Read More

Texas is known for its barbecue, and as locals will tell you, Goode Company Texas Bar-B-Q is the place to go in Houston for authentic Texas barbecue.... Read More

How can a town that is less than 40 have a pub that's 107 years old? Simple: it was shipped from Ireland. At the well-traveled Goose's Acre Bistro and... Read More

This stylish barbecue joint, housed a historic clapboard house, relies on its 4,000-pound wood-fired smoker to churn out lunch and dinner. You’ll... Read More

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