Las viejas fotografías familiares proporcionan un ambiente encantador. Debido en parte a la ubicación, este restaurante goza de una gran popularidad entre los artistas y la gente de negocios. Cuentan con lugar al aire libre que es muy tentador cuando hay clima bueno. Lo que abunda en el menú es la tradicional comida Tex-Mex, pero disponen de una alternativa inusual, que son las Mollejitas. Por supuesto, no es el mejor para los débiles de corazón, así que hay que pedir con precaución y disfrutar. Para terminar la comida, se recomiendan las sopapillas o flan.
Los amantes de las carnes y el pollo frito se dirigen a este popular restaurante familiar del área de Heights desde 1986. No hay servicio de mesa, pero se puede tomar un refresco o una cerveza helada mientras se espera el pedido. Cuenta con paredes de madera rústica, carteles retro y mesas de fórmica, que aportan a una cena informal. Hay lugar en el interior, y mesas en un pequeño patio cubierto. Los fines de semana, hay cena con espectáculo en el que las bandas de ‘bluegrass’ suben al escenario de la zona trasera de la sala. Cuentan con platos típicos a precios accesibles. Algunos platos populares son el crujiente filete de pollo frito. Disponen también de menú para niños, y hay un montón de postres para probar. Quienes quieren algo más fuerte que el té helado que sirven en tarros de cristal, hay cerveza y vino de Texas disponibles.
La comida de Kata Robata supera las expectativas, desde su ‘happy hour’ de sushi a buen precio hasta sus creaciones caseras japonesas. El ambiente es moderno y tranquilo de este restaurante es perfecto para disfrutar de una fresca cerveza o un suave sake japonés, junto con algunos platos sorprendentes y suculentos, como el sashimi japonés de guachinango con salsa de aceite de trufas, foie gras con gastrique de arándanos, melocotones a la parrilla con patatas lotus, mantecosa carne de cerdo, y las cucharadas de cangrejo y caviar. Aquí se puede descubrir una adorable vasija de barro en miniatura con cálidos tesoros de pollo, camarones, champiñones y nueces de ginkgo. El chef Horiuchi Manubu hace magia en la cocina con sus platos increíbles.
The only South African restaurant in Houston, Peli Peli is situated at Vintage Park Shopping Village's Piazza Fontana. Everything on the menu has a delicious flavor to it, courtesy spices like the one after which the restaurant is named. The decor is just as exotic as the food served, and you can dine under a 30 foot (9.144 meter) Acacia tree! Homemade South African sausages, peli-peli prawns, Madagascar peppercorn steak and Drakensberg ribs are some of the delicacies on the menu. Signature drinks like the Peli Peli Bellini and Pomecrantini, coupled with an extensive wine selection ensure that this restaurant has all the makings of a fantastic meal.
Pappas Brothers Steakhouse is just one of the many Pappas restaurants that prevail in Houston. The cuisine this family seems to have spells success. Soft lighting and 1920s brass-rimmed decor give this Galleria-area favorite a sense of class and style. The old-fashioned phones located in every booth are real and never fail to stimulate conversation. Live entertainment further ensures a memorable evening. The menu is steak-heavy, but alternate seafood selections are available. Menu prices are a steal for very high quality food. Wines to quench your thirst are available too.
Fadi's Meyerland Mediterranean Grill is a popular restaurant situated in the heart of Houston. The restaurant that is known for its combination platters featuring meat dishes with sides of your choice. The menu served at this restaurant is long, diverse and has hints of Lebanese cuisine. Do not have enough time to enjoy your meal? You can opt for the take out and enjoy your favorite meal on the go. Chicken Shawarma, Chicken Kabob and Falafel made in traditional style using local ingredients are delicious and a must try. Prompt service combined with delicious food has helped Fadi's Meyerland Mediterranean Grill to earn praise from both patrons and critics alike.
Lawless is a swanky bar located within the Rice Hotel. The interiors are richly furnished with dark woods, leather seating, and chandeliers. The brick-walled room is a pictorial journey of all those who have fought for freedom and liberty such as Teddy Roosevelt and Mahatma Gandhi. The room opens onto a terrace-balcony with views of Downtown Houston. The drinks menu serves wine, beer and classic and contemporary cocktails with delicious American bar bites and finger food.
Located on Prairie Street, the Prohibition Supperclub & Bar is a popular neighborhood bar and restaurant that offers scrumptious American food and tantalizing drinks. On offer at the restaurant is a classic American menu serving traditional delicacies like Meatloaf, Chicken Waldorf Sandwich, their signature Prohibition Salad and Fish Beignets. They are known to have the only oysters' raw bar in downtown. Their chefs Ben McPherson and Matt Wommack showcase their culinary expertise through the perfectly cooked meals. The bar menu is quite impressive as well; it offers a wide range of tempting cocktails, whiskeys, craft beers and fine boutique wines. Prohibition Supperclub & Bar is situated inside an early 20th Century building and the decor features many artifacts and original fittings from the olden times. They also arrange for private events and their expert staff ensures the success of each party hosted here.
If tequila is your poison, El Big Bad is the place to be. The cantina serves over 70 flavored, handmade tequilas that change as per the season, along with craft beers, margaritas and other cocktails, and Mexican bar bites. The interiors have eye-catching murals, while a rooftop patio offers an impressive view of the Historic District. This place is also open for brunch, and offers exciting happy hour specials.
Cafeteria-style dining is not exactly impressive, but the food more than makes up for the lack of ambiance. The downtown location and lunch-only hours serve to weaken family appeal but it is perfect for the casual diner who happens to be hungry while in the area. With the kitchen featuring chicken and sausage gumbo and duck gumbo, Tuesdays and Wednesdays draw the biggest crowd. Vegetarian options are also available daily.
Bayou Place is a popular dining destination, and it is not difficult to see why, what with it being home to restaurants like The Blue Fish. Although known primarily for its sushi, this restaurant has an Asian fusion menu with which to woo patrons. This trendy restaurant takes pains over your order, not just in terms of flavor, but also presentation. You can sit inside, where there are TVs for entertainment should your conversation get boring; you could also enjoy your meal out on the patio. Happy Hour is between 5p and 7p, Monday through Friday, a good time to enjoy something from their selection of sake and cocktails.
Osso & Kristalla is an Italian restaurant that is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. All meals have been prepared by using fresh and local ingredients. For breakfast one can enjoy pastries, sandwiches, and coffee. For lunch, they offer pizzas, pastas, Dagwood sandwiches and salads while for dinner the restaurant transforms into a lounge and the patio is extended for outdoor seating. As night falls guests can enjoy their drinks (cocktails and wines) alongside delicacies like steal, Italian meatballs and BBQ Shrimp. Take-out and delivery services can be booked via UberEATS.