Home of the restaurant credited with introducing the country to fajitas — the original Ninfa’s, for those who have been living under a rock — it's no surprise that Houston is known to serve up some of the best Tex-Mex food in the world.
Cuisine that showcases the various regions of Mexico can be found all over the city, including the grilled meats of Chihuahua, the complex moles of Puebla, and the fish stews of Veracruz. From lively destination restaurants like Flora and Armandos, to the many taco trucks and cafes that dot the city, Houston captures the magic of Tex-Mex with a breadth that’s hard to beat.
It’s not only the various cuisines that can leave a person at a standstill when deciding on where to dine, it's also the wide variety of flavors. Somewhere between the crossroads of Texan, Mexican, and Cajun flavors lies the magic of what makes Houston’s Tex-Mex scene so unique.
Whether new to the Houston dining scene, or simply stuck in an unimaginative Tex-Mex rut and looking for someplace new, use this map as a guide for exploration in the city.
This map has been updated to rotate out M&M Grill, Valencia’s Tex-Mex Garage, El Topo, and Superica, and has added Los Tios, Mi Rancho, and El Patio.
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