Taste of Houston: Roots Cafe showcases fresh, delicious food in a unique environment
The interior of Roots Cafe. “Guests can dine like a designer, surrounded by contemporary elegance while indulging in hand-crafted seasonal dishes,” Cedillo said. (Leon Cedillo, owner of Roots Cafe)“The combination of flavors and textures are just mouthwatering,” Cedillo said. (Leon Cedillo, owner of Roots Cafe)“Tex Mex meets Italian and why not,” Cedillo said. (Leon Cedillo, owner of Roots Cafe)Business informationLocation:5120 Woodway Drive, Suite #145, HoustonHours:Mon - Fri: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Taste of Houston: Captain Brad’s Coastal Kitchen honors a family legacy by serving up good seafood
When he passed away in 2017, Brittney Aplin decided to open her own seafood restaurant and name it after her dad. Exterior of Captain Brad's Coastal Kitchen. The Coastal Catch at Captain Brad's Coastal Kitchen. Sautéed Blue Crab Fingers at Captain Brad's Coastal Kitchen. Crawfish Etouffee at at Captain Brad's Coastal Kitchen.
Taste of Houston: From world-wide craft beers to stellar food, Thistle Draftshop is a must-try
She found an old auto repair shop with bay doors, a large floor plan and opportunities for patios and in 2017 Thistle Draftshop was born. Inside the Thistle Draftshop. BFC Sandwich at Thistle Draftshop (Mary Thorn, owner of Thistle Draftshop)Another favorite is the Kimchi Brat. New normalLike most restaurants across the Houston areas, Thistle Draftshop was forced to close and make difficult decisions when coronavirus hit. (Mary Thorn, owner of Thistle Draftshop)Business informationLocation:5210 Fm 2920 Spring, TX 77388Hours:Sun - Wed: 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.Thu - Sat: 11 a.m. - 12 a.m.
Taste of Houston: How Brett’s Barbecue Shop helped catapult Katy into the local BBQ scene
Brett's Barbecue Shop (Brett's Barbecue Shop)The building on South Mason Road in Katy was once Nonmacher’s Bar-B-Que, and manager Jacqueline Herrera said opening at that location has been amazing. The Beast at Brett's Barbecue Shop (Brett's Barbecue Shop)According to Herrera, you can’t go wrong with the Thursday special – prime brisket enchiladas. Brisket enchiladas at Brett's Barbecue Shop (Brett's Barbecue Shop)The prime brisket is another favorite. Beef ribs at Brett's Barbecue Shop (Brett's Barbecue Shop)Try something newWhile people may go for the beef, there are some hidden gems you don’t want to miss when you go to Brett’s Barbecue Shop. agree that the food at Brett’s Barbecue Shop is one-of-a-kind.
Taste of Houston: Creekwood Grill in Cypress is serving the community more than just great burgers
Mark McShaffry (L) and Brian Sandel (R), owners of Creekwood Grill. The Chicken Avo, which comes with grilled chicken and avocado, and the Chicken G.O.A.T., which comes with grilled chicken, goat cheese spread, grilled onions, basil pesto, are the most frequently ordered, Sandel said. “It's pretty amazing.”What people are sayingWhen we asked for your favorite places to eat in Houston, Creekwood Grill was one of the most-named places on our post and Yelp! Way to represent Cypress.”“I have been coming to Creekwood Grill for a year now and Friday night the service … was the absolute best I have ever seen since coming to this restaurant,” Tierra H. said. We eat here at least once a month and they always serve fresh hot meals.”Supporting the local sceneWhen he is not at Creekwood, Sandel said he tries to support other locally-owned restaurants.
Taste of Houston: Houston’s Goode Co. Seafood is more than just a great place to eat
When he found an old passenger car, he knew it would make the perfect setting for his seafood restaurant and in 1986, the Goode Co. Seafood restaurant in Westpark was born. Levi Goode, owner of Goode Co. I’ve never had anything I didn’t like, from fresh seafood offerings, gumbos, étouffée, oysters, po-boys, you name it. “There is an obvious eye to quality and attention to the dishes on the menu,” Levi Goode said.
Taste of Houston: Paulie’s Restaurant brings family-style Italian cooking to the Montrose restaurant scene
HOUSTON – The restaurant scene in Montrose is lively with Italian restaurants, however, one lives up to its name. Kathy and Bernard Petronella opened their own Italian restaurant Paulie’s on Westheimer in 1998, named after their only son, Paul. Satisfy your sweet toothNot only are Paulie’s Italian favorites top quality, they also have a great selection of desserts and a coffeehouse. What people are sayingCustomers are loving Paulie’s Restaurant on review website, Yelp. (Public Content)Local appreciationEven with his love for his restaurant, Paul still brings appreciation to other restaurants around the area.
Taste of Houston: Tacos El Bigotes brings delicious flavors, Mexican authenticity to Houston’s taco scene
(Left to Right) Chef Arturo Molina, Chef Justa Alvarez, Owner Juan Jaimes and Chef Humbertina Cardenas at Tacos El Bigotes. Fajita tacos at Tacos El Bigotes (Tacos El Bigotes)“We start off by marinating our beef inside skirt numerous hours before with our own house marinade,” Celis said. Barbacoa tacos at Tacos El Bigotes (Tacos El Bigotes)“Our barbacoa is thoroughly prepared,” Celis said. Tablita mixta at Tacos El Bigotes (Tacos El Bigotes)The new dish features “delicious mesquite-grilled fajitas served with homemade tortillas, tasty charred salsa, rice, beans and guacamole,” Celis said. Must-have meal.”Don’t forget dessertIt may be in the name, but Tacos El Bigotes does more than just tacos.