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.
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Pepper Twins in Montrose serves Szechuan Chinese food, including dumplings and their famous Pepper Twins Chicken.
The Hay Merchant
The Hay Merchant in Montrose has 80 beers on tap, a huge patio, and unique barn snacks like a roasted pig’s head.
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Last Concert Cafe
Last Concert Cafe is a historic music venue and Mexican restaurant located just north of Downtown.
Julep is where to go on Washington Ave. for good cocktails and fancy bar food without the dress code or bouncers of nearby spots.
Coltivare in The Heights is where to go with a group to drinks cocktails in a garden and eat lots of Italian food.
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Fish Market is a rowdy neighborhood bar in the South Street Seaport that has excellent Chinese and Malaysian food and a cult-like following.
Alba Ray’s is a Cajun spot in the Mission that will trick you into thinking you’re in New Orleans.
The Shake Shack in FiDi might as well be Goldman Sachs’ company cafeteria because it’s essentially right next door and full of suits eating burgers.
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