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Houston Press critic Katharine Shilcutt raves about modern American restaurant Triniti. "Yet Triniti is not strictly New American. In that "contemporary" vein, it incorporates newer techniques and — more importantly — local ingredients that give the restaurant a sense of place: a Railean rum-based cocktail or greens from Wood Duck Farms are here not as garnish but as an overall attitude toward the cuisine. The food here is defiantly Texan, but with a modern twist. Regardless of what you call it, one year later I've found that putting a label on Triniti doesn't quite matter." [Houston Press]

Triniti

2815 S Shepherd Drive, Houston, TX 77098 Visit Website

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