Good Eats in Houston, TX
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H-town is one of my favorite cities in the US! This was my third visit to the southern city and it certainly won't be my last. This time around I flew down to join some of my friends for Smoke Free Weekend; a gathering that originally celebrated my friend quitting cigarettes but has now evolved into a celebration of life, peace and unity! In addition to the turn up and a few museum visits I, in true foodie fashion, made sure I mapped out a few food spots to visit!
1. Breakfast Klub
I'm not new to the super popular breakfast place. I was sure to meet up with my folks fresh off the plane! The Breakfast Klub gets crowded quickly; when you visit, be prepared to arrive early and/or stand in line!
I kept it classic and ordered the chicken and waffle with a mimosa
2.Snooze Eatery: Montrose location
Snooze Eatery has several locations throughout Texas as well as a few US states in the south. mid-west and west. I visited the Montrose location; this spot was less than five minutes away from my Airbnb!
I ordered a pancake flight (strawberry, cinnamon, sweet potato) to share.
I also had an omelet with mushrooms, lox, and jack cheese with some breakfast potatoes
The location I went to offered some really good hot sauce that’s made in Texas. The waitress told us that it is sold in Whole Foods locally but wasn't sure if it is sold nationwide. If you're into spicy, check this out!
3. Blk Mkt Birria
If you follow Kailah Is Kreative on Instagram then you already know I have an affinity for tacos. While I was planning for the Houston trip I knew I'd have to try some tacos, and one of the first pages I came across was Blk Mkt Birria. I stalked their social media for a while, and noticed that this food truck travels to a few locations throughout the week.
I ordered quesabirria; the veggies and consome came on the side.
I had a few people ask 'are those the hot cheeto tacos?'
No, they aren't hahaa. They weren't super spicy but they did have a little kick! I enjoyed them a lot.
4. Bar 5015
If you haven't heard already let me be the one to tell you; when visiting Houston it is a MUST that you stay for Sunday Funday!
Bar 5015 is one of several popular restaurants and brunch spots in H-town. The food, drinks and vibes were everything; it was just HOT. Make sure you're staying hydrated.
The group ordered a breakfast platter with a side of shrimp and grits. The platter included the following: French toast, eggs, bacon, fried fish, macaroni and cheese, and collard greens.
DELICIOUS y'all, delicious.
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