Breakfast Tacos With BBQ Brisket Might Be the Most Austin Food Ever
1. Ninfa's on Navigation2704 Navigation Blvd, Houston
2. Nobi Public House241 E NASA Pkwy, Houston
3. The El Cantina Superior602 Studewood St, Houston
4. Fusion Taco801 Congress St, Houston
5. Bodegas Taco Shop1200 Binz #160, Houston
6. Stockyard Bar-B-Q6504 Westheimer Rd, Houston
7. Arnaldo Richards' Picos Restaurant3601 Kirby Dr, Houston
8. Pistolero's1517 Westheimer Rd, Houston
9. Yucatan Taco Stand24 Waterway Ave, Suite 160, The Woodlands
The fajitas at the original Tex-Mex outpost on Navigation earn their cook the title of Mexican fare experts. Alongside the fajitas, staples like mole enchiladas, Oaxacan-style pork tamales, and jalapeño-stuffed Shrimp Diablo (not to mention the head-sized frozen margaritas) take some serious culinary chops, which means these dishes go far above and beyond Houston's other Tex-Mex eateries.
Located in a strip mall in Clear Lake, Nobi Public House is an unassuming craft beer hall serving Vietnamese-inspired pub fare. The draft selection -- nitro tap system and cask engine in place -- boasts nearly 50 beers, and they’re served in pints, snifters, or tulips for the proper drinking experience. The list of bottles on offer hits nearly 150, and there’s a growler fill station to take your favorite brew on the road. Enjoy beers with Vietnamese dishes like char siu pork nachos, the Nobi Dog -- a beef dog topped with grilled pork, pickled carrots and daikon, onions, and house Sriracha mayo -- or butter garlic wings. And for dessert, the Bittersweet Sundae topped with two ounces of draft beer.
This Tex-Mex spot in the Heights offers delicious, home-style dishes like fajitas, enchiladas, and nachos, plus great margaritas.
Part taco truck, part restaurant, Fusion Taco blends Asian and South American flare for exciting dishes like Chili con Queso and Chicken Tikka Masala tacos.
At this Museum District Tex-Mex spot, you can order combos, or get build-it-your-way burritos, tacos, nachos, salads quesadillas, tostadas, and bowls.
This Galleria BBQ Spot offers great meat and sides, as well as delicious BBQ nachos -- hot and freshly fried tortilla chips come fully loaded with an inhumane amount of queso, jalapeños, and your choice of lip-smackingly good BBQ chicken, pork, and brisket. You can also add sour cream. And you should. You always should.
Formerly known as Pico’s Mex Mex, we still consider this new spot kinda Tex-Mex. That’s because although they have some pretty sick authentic Mexican fare, they also have nachos, charbroiled beef fajitas, and most importantly, a 48oz margarita that is bigger than your head. It just doesn’t get more Texican than that.
This Montrose taco and tequila temple covers all the bases when you're craving Mexican. From Dia de los Muertos decor to street-style corn and house-infused tequilas, you're getting a fiesta with every visit. It's known for great happy hour deals in addition to Taco Tuesday, when you can snag the stuffed tortillas for $1 each.
You can expect great tacos, coconut margaritas, and some of the best nachos in Houston at this Woodlands spot. The nachos come with a laundry list of ingredients, including but not limited to roasted garlic aioli sauce; guac & sour cream; shredded pork, beef, or chicken; and three (three!!!) modes of cheese. They make the perfect companion to the tequila flights you’re definitely doing.