Houston, TX

Fill your tummy for a whole day with these tasty foods

Jason Martinez

HOUSTON, TX - A perfect day would not be complete without sampling some of Downtown Houston's best cuisine. For a delicious 24 hours in downtown Houston, this article has you prepared from early morning breakfast to late-night refreshments.


Located on the third level of Four Seasons Houston, Quattro serves contemporary Italian cuisine. Quattro or "four" in Italian delivers strong and genuine tastes and enhances with local inspirations. In addition to power breakfasts, business lunches, and informal evenings, the restaurant sits in the heart of downtown.


Finn Hall has you loaded when your stomach begins growling for lunch. Within walking distance of Houston's downtown area, this food hall is home to more than a dozen small restaurants and bars. You'll find a wide range of options, from all-American food to more exotic dishes. Those eateries include Craft Burger, Amaya Coffee, Dish Society, Papalo Taqueria, and many more. Finn Hall is the perfect place to take your taste senses on a trip.

Happy Hour

The Rustic - Downtown restaurant is the perfect place to relieve your workload stress and have a casual talk. This downtown restaurant has a great ambiance and delicious cuisine. In addition to beer, wine, and cocktails, the Rustic - Downtown restaurant offers frozen beverages and tequila reserves. You should bear in mind that they're closed on Tuesday and Monday.


La Fisheria, an acclaimed restaurant, offers a unique and unforgettable evening of fine dining. There are plenty of soups, salads, entrées, and even gluten-free options at this restaurant, which combines Mexican food with seafood. You'll want to reserve space for dessert or a beverage.

Late Night

Does your stomach still growl? Moonshiner's Southern Table + Bar is a must-see visit eatery. Ole Smoky Apple Pie Infused Moonshine, Licor 43, and lemon juice combine at this downtown bar to fulfill your late-night dessert craving.

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