Restaurants in Texas

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Chef Julio Peraza prepares dishes inspired by Mexican and French cuisine in this new Park Cities foodie hub. Standout dishes like enfrijoladas and skate... Read More

From her East Austin chocolaterie, chef Maggie Callahan uses premium Venezuelan chocolate for her whimsical artisan designs. The resulting confections... Read More

Originally built as a private estate in 1908, the Rosewood Mansion is now an iconic Uptown hotel housing one of the city’s most popular... Read More

Don’t let the pedestrian name fool you: Maria's Taco Xpress is not a fast-food joint. Rather, it is a characteristically offbeat South Austin... Read More

Corny to say, but eating at Mark's can be a religious experience, and although it occupies an early 1920's brick church complete with sanctuary, side... Read More

Try the brisket and jalapeño-cheddar sausage at this family-owned barbecue joint, known for its oak-smoked meats and friendly service. Read More

The Pete's Tantalizing Taco, with egg, sausage, potato, serrano peppers and onions, is one of my favorite breakfast tacos in town, but don't go for it... Read More

Chefs who try to fancify lowbrow food warrant suspicion but not immediate dismissal. Max’s Wine Dive in Austin is a perfect example of why... Read More

A North Dallas tradition since 1938, this family-owned café is located in a renovated red-brick house that maintains residential elements such as... Read More

This bistro invites guests to enjoy an espresso or glass of wine on their cozy patio. Perhaps this Boulevard Saint Germain-caliber charm is due to... Read More

Stop by Mi Madre’s on a weekend morning to pick up some breakfast tacos to go and you'll see why this is such a popular spot for the restaurant's East... Read More

Established by Butch and Ana Enriquez in 1981, this Lemmon Avenue landmark serves homemade traditional Tex-Mex cuisine to customers ranging from Dallas... Read More

You can’t get much more Austin than a barbecue trailer started by an ex-rock ‘n’ roller. That's the backstory on Micklethwait's, a friendly place that... Read More

If you pick up some brisket, sausage, ribs, or other to-go meats from this trailer a few minutes from downtown, they'll give you careful instructions on... Read More

The folks behind the Alamo Drafthouse opened this modern speakeasy in 2012. The location is a former—ahem—house of ill repute. Today it’s a serious... Read More

The draw at this Austin mainstay is the setting.  The spacious deck overlooking Lake Austin is a scenic spot to savor your beverage, snack on... Read More

Founded in 1999 by restaurateur Phil Romano, this Uptown staple has been one of Dallas' most popular steakhouses ever since. At this steakhouse, the... Read More

Situated in the historic Magnolia district, this Italian restaurant is easily recognizable by its black-and-white-striped awning and the long line of... Read More

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