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Looking for Fine Dining That’s Not Stuffy? Peggy’s on the Green in Boerne Has It Figured Out

Look at that marbling! This is the Rolls-Royce of steaks!” a man sitting near me booms, caught in a carnivore’s…

Clifton’s First Farm-To-Table Eatery

Chef Sonya Coté lives just minutes from her two Austin restaurants, Hillside Farmacy and Eden East. 

Aw, Shucks. at Gilhooley’s, Kids Aren’t Allowed but Good Times Are

Oysters have the reputation of being an expensive delicacy—high-end fare offered at fancy eateries with prices to match. Not so…

The New Food Court: Diverse Cuisine Options at Houston’s Conservatory

Arriving during the dinner rush at Conservatory Underground Beer Garden & Food Hall, a bustling eatery in downtown Houston, I…

Fort Worth's Tokyo Trifecta of Japanese comfort food

Working as a dining critic and food writer for most of my career, I’ve been asked hundreds of times to…

East Texas' Jucy’s Hamburgers aims for win

Walking into Jucy’s Hamburgers, at the corner of McCann and US 80 in Longview, the first thing I notice is…

Green's Sausage House dishes good grub in the traditional rural way

As a light rain falls, a crowd is gathering at Green’s Sausage House, a country café, meat market, and bakery…

You know you want one: San Antonio's famous puffy tacos

Anyone who’s been to a Spurs game in San Antonio can attest that the city is filled with red-hot, habanero-grade…

Southern Comfort

I knew the first time I pulled up to Sylvia Mae’s Soul Food in Jacksonville that there was more than…

Cajun Goes Coastal

A saltwater-scented breeze tugs at the end of a roll of paper towels planted in the middle of our wooden…

Off-N-On

Now that In-N-Out Burger has opened dozens of locations in Texas, there have been raves—as well as scattered “mehs”—for the…

Best Yodeler in the World

Off a dark winding road about four miles northeast of Georgetown, a lively German-style celebration unfolds most weekends. Or at…
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