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Places to DINE

  • Barnaby's Cafe
    Casual high quality. Enjoy with friends.
  • Tecate Mexican Restaurant & Cantina
    Totally taqueria, without excuse, but with all the hallmarks of good dining. Great authentic food, friendly staff who are at play while at work and a experience of both comfort and satisfaction. Try it out.
  • Shade
    One of the jewels of the Heights. Good food. Good service. Great wine.
  • Prego
    Prego. This is a great spot in the Rice Village. One of a few restaurants in Houston that always hits the right note. Houston has a great Italian tradition in restaurants and this one does not disappoint.

Places To EAT

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Penzey's is, hands down, one of my favorite stores! They have every herb and spice imaginable, in both single ingredient, or interesting herb blends. I discovered this store upon moving to the Heights two years ago, and have since turned family and friends onto this store. When my brother told me he could no longer have sodium, I sent him 25 bottles of various herb and spice blends containing 0 sodium. His favorite is Florida Seasoned Pepper, a blend which he believes makes unsalted chips and popcorn taste like they have salt. Once you try this store, you'll keep going back!

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      A Beer and Wine Bistro North of I-10. Scott Miller's incarnation brings classy quality to Oak Forest.
    • Cantina 1308
      Another El Tiempo. This one is the best of the three. A casual neighborhood atmosphere and great fajitas. Plus the legendary 'Rita's.
    • The Boom Boom Room
      One of the few bars in the Heights, this place is clean and friendly and close to home. After just one stop, I believe it's worth another look.

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