More than a thousand years after Indigenous Texans began brewing yaupon, the tea—and its aggressive holly plant—is everywhere.
By Rose Cahalan
After two years, the festival makes its glorious return to the Capital City, and the dining scene is a little different but no less enticing.
Dallas food vlogger Mikey Chen, who has four million subscribers, has brought attention to mom-and-pop joints, but some aren’t prepared for the crowds.
By Dan Q. Dao
Food & Drink
What to order out & make at home, sent twice per month.
The Lord of the Rings–inspired restaurant has transcended its theme to become a local staple for burgers, vegetarian food, and mead.
Where to find the region's specialties, from mammoth breakfast tacos to old-school barbacoa.
The vibes these restaurants cultivate, from the “South Texas diner” to the “Tex-Mex palace,” say as much about them as the food does.
With 38 nominations, our restaurants and chefs are coming in hot after last year's awards were canceled. The group is the most diverse it's ever been.
While many people source their king cakes from Louisiana, they might be convinced to try something new from these four Texas bakeries.
After a death threat on a U.S. official halted the importation of Mexican avocados this week, restaurants and grocers remain optimistic.
Restaurants are still struggling, yet new places keep stepping up to the plate. Here are our favorite dishes from the most impressive rookie establishments.
Patio dining has become a necessity during the pandemic. Here are some of the best places to get your alfresco on.
Even during the worst of times, Texas keeps producing top-flight beverages.
A love letter to the everyman’s healing Mexican broth, which can be filled with anything you might have on hand.
By Joe Galván
Despite everything, new restaurants are still opening. Here are a few we’re looking forward to this year.