Houston is also a city of foodies. When you think of Texas. If you consider all that Houston has to offer. Houston has unique dinner options for all tastes throughout the city.
We’ll start in the River Oaks area of Houston at State of Grace. State of Grace calls back to earlier days of Texas.
Xochi is downtown and a great stop if you’re going to an Astros or Dynamo game. The menu at Xochi focuses on the Mexican region of Oaxaca.
Brennan’s is one of Houston’s most iconic fine dining restaurants. Brennan has been open for more than 50 years, and you can feel the tradition as soon as you enter.
Sushi might not be the first food that comes to mind when you think of Houston, but it really should be.
Riel, on Fairview Street in Montrose, is a very hip dinner destination. Riel has a very modern interior and a very eclectic menu.
Ninfa’s is a lively, casual spot that has been offering up delicious Mexican cuisine since 1973.
Pappas Bros. has two Houston locations, one downtown and one at the Galleria. They both offer a fantastic traditional steakhouse look and feel.
BCN Taste & Tradition is just steps from many of Houston’s museums, and the food here is elegant enough that I wouldn’t blame you for thinking it was art.
Next, we’re returning to the Montrose district to visit Hugo’s. This slick and upscale spot features modern twists and traditional Mexican cuisine.