HOUSTON, TX - Midtown, just outside of downtown Houston, is a habitat for many people, along with a thriving culinary and cultural scene. Since Midtown has a high number of eateries, cafés and is one of Houston's most walkable districts, it is simple to explore the neighborhood's culinary options.
The Breakfast Klub's biscuits and gravy, waffles, and katfish are Houston's classic breakfast. Every day of the week, until 2 PM, the homely diner provides breakfast. Although there is usually a line, it moves quickly and builds anticipation as you see the waddling eaters depart with a smile on their faces. Pork Chops & Eggs and breakfast sandwiches are also available on the menu.
Weights & Measures is a local favorite eatery for seasonal American food. Wood-fired pizzas, handmade pasta, and fresh salads are popular during lunchtime. A Panzanella cooked with torn kale in Tuscany is served with red pear and bacon Ricotta Salata. Or try Green Goddess pizza - it has lots of greens, chicken roasting, and pesto! Chicken parmesan and wood-grilled steak are in the kitchen if you're looking for something far heftier.
Come and visit Wooster's Garden's happy hour, which runs Monday through Saturday from four to six PM. You may enjoy $3 draft beer and partially-priced house drinks and chosen wines at this bar.
Oporto Fooding House & Wine offers authentic Portuguese meals in an inviting and lively setting. Check on the available wine selection and nibbles like potato bread with chorizo if you're feeling adventurous.
If you've never been to Little Woodrow's Midtown, you must. There's always something going on at this bar, such as the famous turtle racing.
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