Texans generally aren’t used to doing things small, so the tapas bars now popping up across Houston qualify as a welcome surprise. These bars specialize in small plates of cuisine that’s largely Spanish in origin, though it’s hard to pin down exactly where tapas come from. One theory is that the small plates were first used as lids placed over wine glasses to keep pests at bay. Whatever the case, Houston’s exceptional diversity has resulted in other influences seeping into the traditionally Spanish dish. Today, the city’s tapas bars also serve fare inspired by Cuban, Portuguese, and Asian recipes.Read More
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