Texas has always pushed the boundary of how much is too much, and Houston's steakhouses are no exception. Many of them delight in the grandiose when it comes to their dinners. At Hickory Hollow, polishing off the 22-ounce Large Rancher chicken-fried steak wins you a spot on the Wall of Fame. Chef Ronnie Killen of Killen's Steakhouse regularly serves gigantic cuts to the players of the Houston Texans, who according to _Eater_ have ordered 20-ounce Japanese A5 steaks worth $600 apiece. Fortunately, these beef ho tspots also indulge those hoping to dine in moderation.Read More
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George Strait once famously crooned, “All my exes live in Texas.” Running down a list of names, he explains why he broke it off with each one, which explains why he now lives in Tennessee. Perhaps Mr. Strait could’ve avoided such a confessional piece—and a relocation—if he had scoped out Houston’s restaurant scene. The city is chock full of romantic hideouts that keep amorous fires burning.Read More
Back in 2006, _Houston Press_ writer John Lomax decided to embark on a walking tour of Westheimer Road, the nearly 20-mile thoroughfare that cuts horizontally through Houston, and, for a stretch, serves as the northern border of the Westchase neighborhood. John was jaded by heat and booze by the time he reached this segment, calling it “a _Geography of Nowhere_ wasteland” of chain restaurants and big-box retail. With a clearer head, he might have noticed that the street is also peppered with a diverse delegation of international eateries. Here, hungry adventurers can find South American empanadas edged in a golden braided crust, lamb shank prepared by a fifth-generation Persian chef, and pho made from family recipes developed in Saigon.Read More