While the classics remain — salt-crusted snapper and truffle filet aren’t going anywhere — the restaurant’s creative spirit lies in Waiter’s tasting menu, which incorporates the chef’s love for delicate sauces. Continue reading Top 100, CultureMap’s ranking of the very best restaurants in Houston
There’s nothing like the aroma of truffles being folded into a piping hot plate of pasta in the dining room at Tony’s (3755 Richmond Ave.). For a $19 supplement on the $45 dinner menu, Umbrian summer black truffles adorn housemade paglia e fieno pasta or aged Acquerello risotto. Continue reading Delicious Dozen: 12 Must-Try Dishes During HRW—CityBook Houston
The bottle of Veuve Clicquot was not part of the Houston Restaurant Weeks menu but that darling Tony Vallone sent it over to the three ladies discussing the October 3 Corks and Forks evening benefiting the American Cancer Society.
This high-end restaurant has glam down to an art, from its cultivated Italian dishes to its walls lined with exceptional wine bottles, and its actual artwork. Tony’s has long been synonymous with “special occasion” in Houston — and it’s no mystery why. This is a Houston classic for a reason.
With no fewer than nine starter and entree options created by chef de cuisine Austin Waiter, you’ll be spoiled for choice at Tony Vallone’s temple to Italian fine dining in Greenway Plaza. Continue reading Best bets for Houston Restaurant Weeks—Houston Chronicle
There’s no time like a long holiday weekend to linger over discounted drinks and eats.