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Oporto Fooding House & Wine

$$$$

125 W Gray St Ste 500, Houston
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Sometimes you just want to stop somewhere for some wine and a snack. But then you have a second glass of wine and get more snacks before eventually ordering a whole meal. Midtown’s Oporto Fooding House is a mash-up of a bakery, cafe, restaurant, and bar where that’s happened to us many times. This place specializes in Portuguese tapas, and serves lots of wine, cheese and charcuterie, and Portuguese specialties like polvo com batatas and croquetas de bacalhau.

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