Delicious, soul-fueling food should be as regular an occurrence as the morning paper or blog roll. Today's Groupon brings a healthy dose of tasty to the gourmet-deficient: $20 gets you $40 worth of savory feasts and sweet treats for dinner at Daily Review Cafe. Impress your friends or take a client to dinner in a relaxed atmosphere that was named Best Houston Comfort Food and a Best of Houston spot by Citysearchers.
The diverse menu at Daily Review Cafe puts a creative twist on home-style fare, and serves up low-carb and vegetarian options, too. Start the night off with a cup of the vegetarian black-bean chili (with tomatoes, peppers, onions, garlic, cilantro, lime juice, white cheddar, and pico de gallo; $6.50) and oven-roasted mushroom ravioli (blended Portobello and cremini with roasted garlic, onions, parmesan, and mozzarella with Madeira mushroom sauce; $12.50), or go for the steak frites (a 45-day-aged sirloin with house-made steak sauce, spicy steak fries, grilled tomatoes, and sautéed green beans; $28.50).
The brick patio is surrounded by a lush, green garden that inspires diners to stay a little longer nibbling on fruit, cheese, and local honey. Though not professional dancers, you may believe the friendly servers' feet are so light and balance so keen, they ought to try out for Man On Wire: The Musical.
- Dudes if you want to impress your date or mother...take her to the Daily Review...Great food and cool atmosphere. – TW S., Yelp
- ...we were very impressed with the food and service. The steaks were absolutely some of the best we have ever had, extremely tender and juicy. Everything we had from our salads to dessert was excellent. – MEDavis, Citysearch
Daily Review Cafe
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, Texas 77019Get Directions