Houston Creole / Cajun / Southern Restaurants

Houston Creole / Cajun / Southern Restaurants
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Schilleci's New Orleans Kitchen
Creole / Cajun / Southern | The Woodlands
60 reviews

Schilleci’s New Orleans Kitchen, an intimate, elegant French Quarter-style restaurant on Market Street, is truly family owned and operated. From seafood gumbo to crawfish etouffee, red beans & rice to bread pudding, Schilleci's is proud to offer a menu consisting of Louisiana classics. With weekly happy hours and an ever-expanding wine and beer selection, the French Quarter decor is perfect for a relaxing dining experience. Come in for a taste of New Orleans and "Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez!”

Massa's Seafood Grill
Seafood | Downtown Houston
13 reviews

The Massa family has been serving Houston fine Seafood since 1944. Massa"s second location across from the Four Seasons Hotel and near the George R. Brown Convention Center offers casual fine dinning in a comfortable contemporary atmosphere. Centrally located, Massa's Seafood Grill is convenient for downtown business professionals, convention attendees, private parties and sports fans.

Crossroads at House of Blues - Houston
American | Downtown Houston
86 reviews

Crossroads at House of Blues® is a lively restaurant and bar located on Caroline Street inside the world-famous House of Blues. It features a tantalizing menu created by celebrity chef and Food Network star, Aarón Sánchez. Enjoy signature dishes such as shrimp and grits, short ribs, fire-grilled flatbreads and warm bourbon bread pudding. Plus, some new twists on House of Blues favorites like jambalaya, slow-smoked pulled pork, signature burgers, salads and steaks. It’s food that's bold and classic yet contemporary. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Crossroads at House of Blues is truly the place where food, music and art intersect!

Brennan's of Houston
Creole / Cajun / Southern | Midtown Houston
326 reviews

Since our 1967 opening as a sister restaurant to the world-famous Commander’s Palace in New Orleans, Brennan's of Houston has evolved into the city's premier destination for memorable dining served with true Southern hospitality.

Fish & the Knife Sushi Bar
Contemporary American | Houston Galleria
44 reviews

After 2.5 years the doors are finally open at 7801 Westheimer. The much anticipated Fish & The Knife is the brain child of Tony Zheng. Tony moved here from Hong Kong in 1991 to pursue his ambitions. Zheng has had the famous Sake Café NOLA since 1998. The concept for Fish & The Knife came about by the attraction to expanding to the Houston area. Houston has always held a special place in our hearts for the mere fact of the way they accepted and assisted the Katrina Evacuees. Zheng wanted to expand to the Texas market knowing Houston was the only place to flagship Fish & The Knife. There are two separate kitchens; the fish-Sushi and The Knife - hot kitchen. The menu has adopted the influences from Japan, China and New Orleans French-Creole. This menu is the brain child of Executive Chef Bob Iacovone, who is also a former participant on Iron Chef. Knowing he wanted only the best for this project it took months for Zheng to convince Chef Bob to partner with him and he finally did.

Harold's @ Heights General Store
Creole / Cajun / Southern | Houston Heights
73 reviews

Harold's @ Heights General Store is located in the heart of the Heights on 19th Street and is a multi-concept with two levels. Our restaurant serves authentic Southern/Creole cuisine and is located on the second floor. In addition to our main dining room, we have a full service bar, outdoor covered terrace overlooking 19th Street and a private dining room. The lower level features a Pizzaria with pizza from our brick stone oven and bar serving beer & wine as well as our neighborhood market where you can find fresh produce, gift items and many local items.