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    Houston:

    Ibiza (Louisiana @ McGowan)
    Catalan (Washington @ TC Jester)
    Feast (Elgin/Westeimer just east of Taft)
    Da Marco (Westiemer @ Windsor)
    Aura (This one is actually in Missouri/Sugar Land but its phenomenal)
    Pappas Bros Steakhouse (Westimer @ Bering)
    Beavers (BBQ) (Washington @ Sawyer)
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    Saw an Armenian restaurant on Drivins Diners and Dives last week from Austin. Called Pita something or other if I remember. Looked awesome.

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    Guys

    He is referring to restaurants on the level of French Laundry etc.

    I'm sorry but while Catalan and Da Marco are good, they are not on the same level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donblackie View Post
    Guys

    He is referring to restaurants on the level of French Laundry etc.

    I'm sorry but while Catalan and Da Marco are good, they are not on the same level.
    I never implied that once and I'd be a fool to consider them even close. They aren't even on the next level down. The original posters remark was this ......


    Quote Originally Posted by alexWS6 View Post
    So, hole in the walls or formal dining, list some of your favs.....
    But I would say they are among the best Houston has to offer. All I can suggest is the best I know of or the best I can think of. I don't think there is a restaurant anywhere in Texas on that level hell there aren't restaurants in 90% of places in the U.S. on that level.

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    Juanitos Taqueria...Tacos de Buche!!!!!

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    forgot cafe red onion

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexWS6 View Post
    According to chuck, theres nothing worth while here, but we all know thats not the case So, hole in the walls or formal dining, list some of your favs.....
    I would tell that guy to GTFO!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by pip View Post
    I would tell that guy to GTFO!!


    haha - i'm out!!

    i believe my original point, whether my exact quote backs it up or not, was that there wasn't a TFL-quality restaurant in TX.

    i certainly believe there are great local restaurants, particularly in the BBQ genre.

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    Fogo de Chao in Houston is a good spot.

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