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3 Recommended Restaurants for Eating and Drinking Outside in Houston

Jackson Cutler

Houston, TX - Enjoying good foods and drinks outdoors on the weekend is certainly a nice way to spend your time. As there are a lot of restaurants with outdoor spaces in Houston, here are some of them that offer delicious treats that are perfect for hanging out.

1. Lucille's, Museum District

With Southern food as the main menu, this place offers fried green tomatoes, chili biscuits, and shrimp & grits. Owned by chef Chris William, Lucille's is a tribute to his great-grandmother, Lucille B. Smith, an African-American pioneer in the hospitality and food industry as chef and entrepreneur. In good weather, you can see William handling the traditional Southern goods with modern spin.

2. The Rustic, Downtown

This popular country bar guarantees a good time for the visitors with its part Southern patio bar and kitchen and part live music venue. In full swing, the Rustic has live country music on the stage with rowdy crowds as the spectators. As of now, there are still some socially-distanced jams with chorizo empanadas and house ranch waters in colossal open-air space for your entertainment.

3. The Toasted Coconut, Montrose

To feel like you are on vacation, you can come to Toasted Coconut, a restaurant with a tropical twist, where you can sit under the star-lit palapa tiki hut. With Sarah Troxell as the bartender, you can be sure that your cocktails are perfect as she is named the bartender of the year in 2019. Her signature cocktails are jalapeño tequila-spiked and the frozen Banana Daiquiri that use lighter spirits and fresh fruits. At the Toasted Coconut, you can sit back and relax while listening to island rock music and putting your feet in the sand while eating Baja mussels.

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