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The Capital Grille

From the U.S. eagle emblem in the lobby to the two giant lion sculptures that guard the entrance, everything at Capital Grille is done BIG. The overall effect comes across as somewhat "macho," but it is an unusual experience that will inspire repeat conversations well into the future. Speaking of big, think sinking your teeth into a towering 14 ounce filet mignon that is complemented by a one pound baked potato and a massive side dish of vegetables. The menu is pricey, but with portions in these sizes, you can always share. A glass of house wine is available too.

Empire Turkish Grill

Turkish food is exquisitely delicious, and actually quite healthy. As the cuisine grows in popularity in Houston, Empire Turkish Grill in Memorial shines with the best of them. Enjoyable for carnivores and vegetarians alike, their menu is filled with scrumptious, authentic dishes. Among Empire's juicy kebabs (a Turkish staple), the Adana Kebab is a meal to behold. Cooked on skewers, this juicy ground lamb tastes as it does in Istanbul, and could easily be the best kebab you'd find outside of Turkey. Served with perfectly cooked veggies and plump Turkish rice, it's got everything you need to satisfy your taste buds. Be sure to cap your meal off with a pleasant Turkish tea. -Adam Rosen

Manena's Pastry Deli

Manena's is as hidden as it gets, and is the epitome of the phrase hidden gem. West Houston is known for its international cuisines sprinkled about, but an Argentinean pastry shop is like a gift from a higher power. Generally known for succulent beef, Argentina is one of the world's best-kept secrets when it comes to baked goods. Get a half a dozen of Manena's Empanadas to take to your coworkers and your boss may even give you a raise. Little bit hungrier? Go for the Lomito Argentino sandwich: juicy steak, or the Choripan, the Argentinian sausage, on a fresh Baguette. Sit in the beautiful cafe for a traditional Argentinean social drink called Mate. -Adam Rosen


Caracol is the awe-inspiring restaurant which is famous for blending the fresh taste of sea food, with complex Mexican flavors. Located in uptown Houston, this lively little restaurant seems to be catching up with foodies of this city. Chef Hugo Ortega and Tracy Vaught put their culinary expertise on offer, to create an eclectic menu, that will please everyone's taste buds. Petalos de Huachinango, which is the red snapper with tangerine and Coctel de Pulpo Almendrado, which is the Spanish octopus with almond, green olive and caper; are some of the delicacies that are absolutely do justice to Mexican flavors and seafood. Reserve a table, to have a quiet meal with family or friends.

Revival Market

Houston's never had anything like this place. Set ideally in the middle of the Heights, the Revival Market focuses on local quality. Their still dirty-from-the-ground (or vine), vibrantly colored produce is a touch expensive, but you're also purchasing piece of mind that your local growers are finally being supported. The back wall will suck you in when you get a glimpse of scrumptious charcuterie selections. Get some prized parts of a pig you didn't think to be edible. On your way out, be sure to grab a loaf of their local Slow Dough bread, both crisp and chewy. While they're making your incredible coffee, peruse the house-made condiments, like Worcester sauce. -Adam Rosen

Tacos A Go Go

As the Heights generally resembles a little Austin, Tacos A Go Go is a well-fitting entity. Overflowing with strong, rich colors and character, this finger food joint is turning heads. Whether you want breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack, their menu won't fail you. Get a delicious Chorizo taco for less than two bucks en route to work, or grab half a dozen for your co-workers. Stop in on the way home from work for an Al Pastor; The tangy and spicy marinated pork will easily tie you over until dinner. If it's dinner you want, order one of their taco plates. Don't forget the fresh Salsa Verde! -Adam Rosen

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