Best American Restaurants in Spring (Texas)

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Best American Restaurants in Spring (Texas)

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Spring (Texas) Restaurants

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Spring (Texas) Restaurants

Ellen's Cafe
Ellen's Cafe
(42)
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American | Spring, Houston

First time visit to Ellen’s for a girls lunch with my cousin. I ordered the crab and seafood salad sandwich. It was enjoyable but the bread was a bit much so I ate filling only. My cousin ate the quiche Lorraine which she said was fantastic. The restaurant was quiet with only a handful of patrons (lunch during weekday probably not indicative of normal crowds). We had a glass of wine each and a great time catching up. More

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The Butler House
The Butler House
(224)
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Contemporary American | Spring, Houston

Whatever you choose the dish is excellent...it would be better if less people knew about it. Hate to post a good review More

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Bloofin Sushi
Bloofin Sushi
(11)
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Sushi | Spring, Houston

Jason and his staff are amazing. This is hands-down the best sushi restaurant in Houston. From the delicious soups, to the custom rolls to the special duck not even on the menu, the only shame to Bloofin is that I only get when I'm in Houston. More

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Uncle Julio's - Spring
Uncle Julio's - Spring
(415)
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Mexican | Spring, Houston

Always great food, awesome service. The chocolate Pinata is a must for everyone. More

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SwitcHouse Restaurant at Marriott CityPlace At Springwoods Village
SwitcHouse Restaurant at Marriott CityPlace At Springwoods Village
(15)
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American | Spring, Houston

On Mother’s Day brunch: Our waiter was fantastic. I know she only works the morning shift and was very attentive.. I tried to give it another chance for dinner with family visiting from out of town later on... but service was terribly Slow and we definitely felt ignored- food was still good - but they need definite improvement on their staff training for follow ups on their tables . More

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Buffalo Wild Wings - New Caney
Buffalo Wild Wings - New Caney
(1)
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American | Spring, Houston

Since 1982, Buffalo Wild Wings® (or B-Dubs® as our friends call us) has been the ultimate place to watch the game, have a cold beer and eat some great food. At Buffalo Wild Wings, you can always feel comfortable pulling some tables together with your friends and staying as long as you want.More

Adam and Madam
Adam and Madam
(1)
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Bistro | Spring, Houston

CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE More

Envy Wine Room
Envy Wine Room
(7)
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Wine Bar | Spring, Houston

It was a very nice first experience! My date went fantastic! Loved the environment and service that was provided. Will be going back soon! More

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Discover Spring

CNN Money named Spring, Texas, one of the most affordable places to live in the state. This city, which is located just 24 miles from Houston up Interstate 45, also has many great restaurants. Most have a cosmopolitan flair not found in other small towns. With Texas raising more than 2.42 million cows in feedlots each year, it is not surprising that many restaurants take advantage of red meat to make delicious dishes such as shredded beef cooked in tomato-red wine sauce, hamburgers, chicken-fried steak, and beef and ricotta cannelloni. Since this city is located only about 75 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, many dining spots also specialize in serving clams, calamari, scallops, fish, mussels, and other seafood.

Discover Spring

CNN Money named Spring, Texas, one of the most affordable places to live in the state. This city, which is located just 24 miles from Houston up Interstate 45, also has many great restaurants. Most have a cosmopolitan flair not found in other small towns. With Texas raising more than 2.42 million cows in feedlots each year, it is not surprising that many restaurants take advantage of red meat to make delicious dishes such as shredded beef cooked in tomato-red wine sauce, hamburgers, chicken-fried steak, and beef and ricotta cannelloni. Since this city is located only about 75 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, many dining spots also specialize in serving clams, calamari, scallops, fish, mussels, and other seafood.