Good Eats, Good Times in Houston

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From inside the Tré to the suburbs, we share a few of our favorite restaurants in Houston. It is not just the food that we love, it is the legacy, sense of community, and welcoming spirit of the owners.

One who eats alone cannot discuss the taste of the food with others is a great African proverb. So, gather your tribe and celebrate these wonderful homegrown favorites. They are not fast-food chains; so go in, be patient, learn something new, support the community and enjoy the moments.

Sunshine’s Store And Vegetarian Deli

Known for its scrumptious vegetarian food, refreshing raw salads fresh fruit juices, and wellness classes; Sunshine’s has become the all-inclusive one-stop shop for wellness education and healthy foods.

Angela’s Oven

Angela’s Oven is a family-owned and operated bakery in Houston Heights. All of our bread and pastries are handcrafted without the use of preservatives or dough conditioners. We use only unbleached, unbromated, non-gmo bread

Poitin Bar & Kitchen

A bar, restaurant, and event space whose food and drink menus are an embodiment of Houston’s diversity. Experience a modern Irish cocktail bar, a modern Southern kitchen, and global influence throughout.

Turkey Leg Hut

The originators of the world-famous stuffed turkey leg, this is more than a trendy location. Enjoy good food and relax with the community. They often have lines, but it moves fast.

Davis St at Hermann Park

Where Southern soul meets modern elegance. This culinary experience is nothing short of amazing as it is rooted in Southern hospitality with a nod to world-class sophistication.

Lucy Ethiopian Restaurant & Lounge

Family-owned and operated, Lucy’s celebrates the roots of humanity in Ethiopia – which you will find in our food, art gallery, and festivities.

Frenchy’s Chicken

Founded by New Orleans native, Percy “Frenchy” Creuzot, in 1969, Frenchy’s has grown to become the hometown favorite for millions of customers over the years.

Cream Burger

You haven’t officially experienced 3rd Ward, TX if you haven’t been here. It is a no fuss, no phones, ‘bout tha business, old school walk up. You can’t beat the value and you cant help but love its authenticity. 3481 Elgin St.

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