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2048 Colquitt, Houston
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Dining at Nobie’s is always fun: maybe it’s because the seasonal spot has as killer of a record collection as they do cocktails. Or maybe because like every great house party, it’s in a bungalow in Montrose. Everyone here feels like they’re ready to let loose, including the staff, so go along with it. Break in a first date over some buttery pull-apart milk bread, snacks like cast iron spinach dip served with focaccia, and some pasta from their rotating dinner menu. Or switch up your routine and go straight for the HOV lane: a whole fried crispy chicken dressed in truffle jus, priced at a cheeky $69.

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photo credit: Nobie's

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photo credit: Nobie's

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