This pint-sized place on Studewood is actually the antithesis of Leader Eater’s image of a dive.
Hughies – Vietnamese culinary roots
Leader Eater found a soup iconoclast, recently, in what I thought was an unlikely place – Jenni’s Noodle House.
Capellini’s will provide you with a more than agreeable offering of the Italian classics.
The Glass Wall continues to be the measuring stick for culinary innovation and quality in the North Houston area.
The Brussels sprouts will keep you coming back for more.
Their ice creams, push pops, sundaes, sodas and milkshakes are all cow to cone, incorporating Texas milk and eggs as well as preservative-limited ingredients into their creatively distinct small-batch ice cream.
The name may be hard to pronounce, but the food is Tex-Mex excellence.
Putting hyperbole aside, the Spicy Ranch wings are some of the best fried fowl I’ve ever had.
HGS is a nice addition to the 19th Street strip and will certainly attract scene supporters (this reviewer included) and weekend foot traffic, and the main floor’s marketplace might become a place for foodies to browse and exude some locavore lust.