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Bubba's Texas Burger Shack
At Bubba's you can enjoy eating in the great outdoors (under a freeway overpass).
Stanton’s City Bites
We like that this place is called Stanton's City Bites and not Stanton's City Burgers. Keeps folks guessing.
Eight Row Flint
Eight Row Flint's got enough whiskey to get you through the next three recessions.
All that’s changed about Champ Burger in the last 60 years is it accepts credit cards now.
The Almighty Moon Tower Inn
The Almighty Moon Tower Inn serves tubesteaks and cheeseburgers in the East End.
State Of Grace
State Of Grace is a fancy Southern restaurant in River Oaks with a love for taxidermy.
Hillstone is a semi-casual steakhouse in Upper Kirby where the menu almost never changes and everything tastes exactly the same every time.
Christie’s Seafood & Steaks
Christie’s has been serving up seafood, steaks, and fat Gulf oysters in the Galleria area for over 100 years.
Luloo’s Day & Night
Luloo’s Day & Night is a casual all-day eatery in Garden Oaks from the team behind Blood Bros. BBQ.
Gatsby’s Grill is a chic but casual bar and grill in the Second Ward.
Theodore Rex is a fine dining spot in downtown Houston that's, unfortunately, an expensive letdown.
Cream Burger has been serving tasty burgers, chili cheese hotdogs, fries, and incredible pineapple milkshakes in the Third Ward since 1961.
Nancy’s Hustle is a cool and lighthearted EaDo joint serving creative, bistro-y dishes.
Chapman & Kirby
Chapman & Kirby in EaDo is a nightlife and brunch spot with a massive patio. Expect colorful cocktails.
Sparkle’s Burger & Daiquiri
Sparkle’s Burger & Daiquiri is an old school spot in the Third Ward that you can always count on.
Leeland House in EaDo is built to withstand an unrelenting crush of boozy brunch-goers.