Food & Drink in Galena Park

Two or Four Starters, Sliders, or Shared Plates at J. Black's Feel Good Kitchen & Lounge (44% Off)

J. Black's Feel Good Kitchen & Lounge

Houston

$27 $15

Eatery dishes out starters such as pigs in a blanket and wings; sliders with beef or pulled pork; or plates of crab cakes and steak frites

$18 for $30 Worth of Cajun Cuisine at Yahu Cajun

Yahu Cajun

Houston

$30 $18

Customizable crawfish, shrimp, and snow crab, spicy jambalaya, and po'boys of the catfish and alligator varieties

$15.50 for $22 Worth of Malaysian Cuisine at Banana Leaf

Banana Leaf

Multiple Locations

$22 $15.50

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Cooks make roti canai in a semi-open kitchen beneath a thatched roof, as well as craft more than 250 authentic Malaysian dishes

American Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Houston Sports Hub (Up to 50% Off)

Houston Sports Hub

Houston

$20 $11

Burgers, hot dogs, nachos, and wings; cocktails include the Cotton Carry with orange-flavored vodka, fresh lemon sour mix, and cotton candy

Ethiopian Cuisine for Dine-In or Take-Out at Lucy Ethiopian Restaurant and Lounge (Up to 50% Off)

Lucy Ethiopian Restaurant and Lounge

Sharpstown

$20 $12

This restaurant's name celebrates mankind's roots in East Africa, while the menu boasts meat and veggies mopped up with enjera bread

Eight-Course Tasting Menu for Two, Four, or Six or Prix Fixe Lunch for Two at Mark's American Cuisine (Up to 39% Off)

Mark's American Cuisine

Neartown/ Montrose

$311.20 $190

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Under the vaulted ceilings of a restored 1920s church, guests dine on an ever-changing seasonal menu prepared by acclaimed chef Mark Cox

Casual American Food for Two or Four at Westfield By The Railroad (Up to 50% Off)

Westfield By The Railroad

Houston

$20 $11

Inside this newly renovated eatery, chefs whip up fresh, casual sports-bar fare that's made in-house daily

Sunday Jazz Brunch for Two, Four, or Six at Red Cat Jazz Cafe (40% Off)

Red Cat Jazz Cafe

Downtown

$40 $28

Chefs make hot entrees at a buffet-style brunch, as guests listen to live jazz

Colombian Fare at Mi Pueblito Restaurant (Up to Half Off). Five Options Available.

Mi Pueblito

Woodlake - Briar Meadow

$30 $16

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Ajiaco, bandeja paisa, steaks, corn arepas, & seafood dishes pair with cocktails & creamy coffee amid walls of Colombian memorabilia

$15 for Two Bowls of Gumbo and Two Soft Drinks at BB's Cafe ($21.30 Value)

BB's Cafe

Multiple Locations

$21.30 $15

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Duos feast on shrimp or chicken-and-sausage gumbo with soft drinks

$10 for $20 Worth of Peruvian Food at The Lemon Tree Restaurant

The Lemon Tree Restaurant

Briarforest

$20 $10

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Ceviche, seafood paella, sliced beef over rice and beans, and other Peruvian specialties

$10 for $18 Worth of Cajun Food — PURFEKCATCH

Purfekcatch

Greater Heights

$18 $10

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Sandwiches at Sandy Witch Sandwich Company (44% Off). Two Options Available.

Sandy Witch Sandwich Company

The Museum District

$18 $10

Creative sandwiches made with fried chicken, Dr. Pepper–braised pork ribs, chana masala patties, and homemade meatballs

$16 for $30 Worth of Fine American and Italian Cuisine at Clementines Restaurant

Clementines Restaurant

Houston

$30 $16

Beef lasagna and grilled catfish fillet mingle with housemade meatloaf, chicken-fried steak, veal milanese, tenderloin, and seafood

$15 for $25 Worth of Cajun Cuisine for Two or More at the Cajun Stop

The Cajun Stop

Downtown

$25 $15

Po’boys play a starring role in this Cajun oasis operated by a displaced New Orleans native

$8 for $14 Worth of Carribean Food — Hylton's Caribbean Kitchen

Hylton's Caribbean Kitchen

Houston

$14 $8

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Live Jazz Brunch for Two or Four at Grooves of Houston (Up to 51% Off)

Grooves of Houston

Houston

$49.90 $26

Live jazz soundtracks a brunch that includes creme brulee french toast, barbecue brisket, an omelet station, and banana pudding

$15 for $30 Toward Healthy Prepared Meals from Eatfitters

Eatfitters

Vintage Park

$30 $15

Nutritionists work with a culinary team to create healthy, prepared meals that help clients stay the course of healthy lifestyles

Dinner for 2 or 4 or $12 for $20 Worth of New American Food at Urban Kitchen. 5 Options Available.

Urban Kitchen

Houston

$55.85 $29

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Shrimp and grits, herb-crusted seared salmon with quinoa, roasted pork tenderloin with brussles sprouts, and pecan-crusted chicken breast

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Brickhouse Subs shares a space with the Nestle Toll House Cafe, a brick and mortar peddle of the iconic cookies, ice cream, and candy bars. The sandwich side of the shop enhances the menu with a variety of savory ingredients stuffed between two slices of bread. These lunch-ready meals can be combined easily with cups of coffee or smoothies to get one's sweets fix, since requests to replace mayonnaise with vanilla ice cream are usually denied.

5681 Fairmont Pkwy
Pasadena,
TX
US

The seasoned chefs at Dimassi's Mediterranean Buffet whip up unlimited portions of authentic Middle Eastern cuisine seven days a week. Partnered patrons survey the robust buffet to plot their takeover of fresh, house-made bread sauced with hummus or baba ghanouj, a roasted and seasoned eggplant purée. Endless supplies of savory entrees silence even the chattiest tummies with chicken kebabs and baked-fish-shaped pacifiers. Diners not on speaking terms with salt may opt for Dimassi’s spinach baked with chickpeas, onions, garlic, and cilantro, and herbivores can nosh on an assortment of seasoned veggies or a greek salad with feta, olive oil, and aged balsamic vinegar. Dining duos toast to the possibility of falafel shot put becoming a common party game with unlimited glasses of iced tea or soft drinks. Fistfuls of jam cookies or ladyfingers with walnuts, sugar, and rose and orange water give meals a delicately sweet sendoff.

8236 Kirby Dr
Houston,
TX
US

A lifetime in the kitchen informs the menus of Mia Bella Trattoria Sugar Land's owner and head chef Youssef Nafaa, a native of Morocco who has been honing his craft in stateside restaurants since 1988. After toiling his way up from busboy in Chicago to culinary consultant in Houston, Youssef opened the first branch of Mia Bella on Main Street in 1998, promising "Italian food with a twist." Today, the bistro has budded into a quartet of fine-dining establishments. In 2011, the Houston Press awarded the restaurant Best Brunch Restaurant for its Mediterranean-fusion take on the popular hybridized meal and its "'bottomless' mimosas and bellinis; exceptional service that puts you in a good mood even mid-hangover; tall windows that stream sunlight into the dining room; and, of course, delicious food."

2006 Lexington St
Houston,
TX
US

Named for one of Spain’s most prominent wine regions, Rioja restaurant's extensive wine menu is merely the icing on a cake made of tapas. Voted the best paella in Houston by the Houston International Paella Festival in 2004 and 2005, Rioja enhances traditional hot and cold Spanish tapas with an array of exotic ingredients. Below intricate wrought-iron chandeliers, entrées of seafood paella and grilled baby-lamb chops pair with more than 50 wines. Stuffed piquillo peppers, prime-beef short rib, and white asparagus imported from Navarra pair up with Spanish paprika and sweet pear purée. After questioning servers about Rioja’s homemade chorizo, guests can study flags on the wall emblazoned with the Spanish crest, the silhouette of a bull, and the silhouette of an astronaut drinking a martini inside a black hole.

11920 Westheimer Rd
Houston,
TX
US

The open kitchen at Ciro's Italian Grill lets visitors observe the chefs as they craft dishes from the recipes of Sicily, Tuscany, and Southern Italy. Using a wood-burning oven imported from Italy, the chefs fire both traditional and innovative pizzas while deftly tossing pastas and building rustic entrees. For especially health-conscious diners, they curate a heart-healthy menu that features nutritional information for each option.

Servers complement the Italian cuisine with a selection of Italian and international wines from the full bar. Guests enjoy the food and drinks inside the dining room or on an outdoor patio, where they can play traditional games of bocce ball—a game that actually made it over to the United States from Italy, unlike Pin the Tail on the Mona Lisa. Guests on the patio can also indulge in cigars from Ciro's own cigar selection.

9755 Katy Fwy
Houston,
TX
US

Chefs inside the Daily Review Cafe's kitchen artfully mold American cuisine into elegant, contemporary renditions of traditional comfort food. The low-carb and standard dinner menus flaunt that culinary marriage in a spread that includes southern fried chicken as well as filet mignon. At brunch on Saturday and Sunday, the chefs give diners sweet and savory options for starting the day by stuffing french toast with cream cheese and nestling crab cakes beside eggs. Chefs pass off the entrées to servers who ferry them to the spacious dining room or to the porch, which overlooks a brick patio surrounded by colorful garden foliage. The patio holds 20 to 100 guests and hosts events including private parties, where Daily Review's food shines alongside expertly mixed drinks from the bar.

3412 W Lamar St
Houston,
TX
US