Restaurants in Texas

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This hole in the wall is a surfside institution. Settle in the paraphilia-filled dining room for special events like bingo night, or order your burger... Read More

This longtime Italian food and wine shop run by the Dicarlo family has been East Dallas' best kept secret for more than 40 years. Many visit for... Read More

The Jo's on South Congress Avenue is a hub of that popular area, and it’s also home to the Instagram-able "I love you so much" graffiti. The downtown... Read More

Joe T.’s—as the residents call it—originally opened in 1935 and continues to be packed with locals and visitors clamoring for... Read More

Turkey isn't the marquee meat of Texas barbecue, but John Mueller Meat Co. proves that's an injustice with its peppery-crusted version. (Mueller is... Read More

Stop in this rustic, stone-walled restaurant for Mesquite-grilled steaks. Read More

Previously a private event space as the sister restaurant to Jeffrey's, this idyllic Clarksville cafe popped up three years ago and quickly became the... Read More

The coffee house is adjacent to the Hotel San José and is perfect for iced coffees and people watching. Read More

JuiceLand is your Austin go-to for green juices, protein smoothies and juice shots. Its Hyde Park location is the best one, because it’s also home to... Read More

Located in midtown Houston along the light rail line, Julia’s Bistro offers modern Latin cuisine served amid fresh flowers and vibrant color block... Read More

Located in Austin’s up-and-coming East Side, Justine’s is a fantastic French bistro that attracts a stylish hipster crew, eager for expertly crafted... Read More

The ordinary strip center location may not be indicative of the elevated cuisine inside, but the amount of cars, day or night, is—sushi and grilled... Read More

Because you can't live on tacos alone (listen, I've tried), Kebabalicious has been serving up tasty food including meat and falafel kebabs since they... Read More

This high-end downtown sushi spot in the warehouse district is marked by blue neon lighting that runs along the edge of the building. Inside, the dark,... Read More

About 30 minutes south of Houston, this renowned steakhouse is tucked away inside a deceptively understated former icehouse. The dining room, however,... Read More

Celebrity chef John Tesar has managed to reinvent the steakhouse wheel at the Highland Dallas, offering fine food, creative cocktails, and personality... Read More

If you're in town for a convention, or just staying downtown, it's easy to stumble into overpriced, so-so food. Koriente, though, will feed you well and... Read More

You’re not going to find sauce at Kreuz’s (pronounced Krites), a Lockhart stronghold since 1900. They’re best known for their sausages... Read More

With a seasonal and local take on modern Japanese cooking, this upscale Gateway Memorial restaurant serves what some call the best sushi in town. But... Read More

Just east of Interstate 35, the La Barbecue truck serves up obsession-inspiring brisket (and I'm not even really a brisket fan), tender turkey, sausage,... Read More

With La Condesa in Austin's trendy Warehouse District, chef Rene Ortiz brings traditional flavors of the interior of Mexico to Texas. Don't expect Tex... Read More

It's not technically a margarita, but El Cubico—a cocktail that blends flavors including tobacco, vanilla, pineapple, lemon and saffron—is perhaps the... Read More

Dinner at the contemporary Mexican restaurant La Condesa feels like a visit to a beautiful, tropical-modern resort—but you’re really in the middle of... Read More

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