For both natives and transplants alike, Houston has an incredible culinary history that is just begging to be explored. In its 180 years of existence, Houston's chefs and restaurant owners have blended a variety of global cuisines and thrown in their own unique touches to produce some truly iconic dishes.
But what are Houston's most iconic dishes? With so many excellent dishes, cuisines, and restaurants to choose from, it's hard to narrow down a list of the city's definitive dishes. That said, some plates, like the crispy fried shrimp tails served up at Christie's Seafood since 1917 and Brennan's Shrimp Chippewa should be on any Houstonian's bucket list.
Whether in need of an excellent place to start in exploring Houston's culinary culture or just need a refresher of some old favorites, these iconic dishes are definitely worth a try.
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