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The Pass And Provisions


807 Taft St, Houston
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The Pass and Provisions in Montrose is two very good and very different restaurants in one. If it’s your birthday or you just got a new job and want to celebrate with a five-course tasting menu, lots of wine, and a bunch of caviar, check out The Pass. It’s the more upscale of the two - they do a $65 tasting menu that’s great for a big night out. On the other side is Provisions, which is way more casual and specifically does a great brunch. Their weekend-only menu includes Southern favorites like sausage gravy and biscuits and shrimp and grits, both of which will make you very happy to be in southeast Texas.

Kathryn Worsham

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