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Online restaurant reservations juggernaut OpenTable recently released its list of the top 100 brunch spots in the United States, and two Houston mainstays have made the cut.
Of all the ways to fête your mom on Mother’s Day, few feel more festive than brunch. Better get your reservation in soon. Scan our list, study the options, and make the call. Read more.
Houston is a brunch hungry town, whether it’s for weekend gatherings or special occasions like, ahem, Mother’s Day. From Southern fried chicken and biscuits to Mexican buffets, bottomless cocktails and lavish hotel spreads, here’s where to find Houston’s best brunch dishes and drinks. Read more.
Houston Press Readers’ Choice 2015, Best Fried Chicken in Houston. Read More.
Honorable mentions to Max’s Wine Dive Read More
Feel at ease at either location of this popular eatery. Pick out tunes on the jukebox, sit at the bar and be ready to chat it up with the friendly staff and clientele while noshing on fried chicken and champagne or mac n’ cheese topped with truffle cream sauce. Read More
Don’t miss the cavatappi pasta at this casual spot with two locations — the tube-shaped noodles are smothered in a decadent truffle cream sauce featuring Provolone, Gruyère and Parmigiano-Reggiano. Smile and say cheese. Read More
Max’s Wine Dive uses a jalapeño and buttermilk marinade for the restaurant’s deep-fried chicken. The down-home dish comes with mashed potatoes, collard greens, Texas toast and chipotle honey. Read More
There are few things more comforting than this cheesy childhood favorite. Here, brioche Texas toast is filled with Gruyère, provolone and roasted red bell pepper pimento cheese, then pressed till warm and gooey. It’s served with a side cup of tomato soup, because sometimes nothing else will do. Read More