The nation's fourth-largest city has no shortage of dining options. In fact, Houston offers diners a wide-variety of restaurants featuring virtually every possible type of cuisine in settings that range from cool casual to button-down formal.
Offering authentic Mexican cuisine, Tila's has long been a favorite of Houston area residents and visitors.
Claiming to be Houston's first "sidewalk cafe," Michelangelo's has been serving fine Italian food since 1969.
Houston residents and visitors have three locations at which to sample Cafe Red Onion's Latino Fusion cuisine.
Famous for their Stone Crab, Truluck's also offers Houston area diners a full menu of fresh seafood and steaks.
A Houston tradition since 1979, Spanish Flowers Mexican Restaurant is open 24 hours a day and offers a complete menu of Mexican food favorites.
Located in Houston's historic Rice Hotel, the Sambuca Restaurant has a wonderful lunch and dinner menu as well as an extensive wine list. The Sambuca is also right next door to one of Houston's premier event locations, the Crystal Ballroom.
Situated in a tastefully decorated, fully restored historic building, Gravitas is perhaps Houston's finest American Bistro-style restaurant.
Fleming's is famous for their succulent beef, as well as fresh seafood, salads, sides and desserts. This quality combined with an elegant, yet relaxing atmosphere has made Fleming's a favorite with diners in both Austin and Houston.
Located on the banks of Buffalo Bayou, Houston's Rainbow Lodge offers a menu of grilled seafood and game in an upscale lodge setting.
The Magnolia Bar & Grill brings a Louisiana flair to Houston's Richmond Avenue with a menu chocked-full of Cajun favorites.