While technically not a part of Houston, TX, the city of Spring, Texas is effectively a northern suburb of its much larger neighbor to the south. And with its growth, it has seen a number of delightful restaurants open to serve its 50,000+ residents and tourists visiting the area. Houston is, of course, known for its barbeque but its food scene is also very multi-national like the bustling city of Houston itself as it continues its growth towards becoming the United States’ third-largest city. While many restaurants would ask you to “Google My Business” there are equally great ways to find the restaurant for you and your party’s tastes and desires.
From Bistros to BBQ and Tex Mex
Numerous small cafes, bistros and more have sprung around Main Street and beyond offering well-prepared, meals from breakfast to lunch and dinner with many also serving brunch on weekends. Brunch on the weekends could see you offered sausage and gravy biscuits or can shift to crab cakes benedict, or farm-fresh frittatas. Lunch and dinner offer a range of Italian and Greek offerings from lobster ravioli to moussaka and bone-in pork chops or a fantastic offering of steak frites. Daily specials are the norm at any one of these locations with most restaurants offering extensive craft brews, wine selections and more depending on the restaurant you choose. You’ll also find that service in Spring, TX is with a few exceptions really quite professional which for many is an important part of any meal. While not everyone is always friendly in Texas, it feels like the people of Spring genuinely are.
In Spring, Texas you’ll never struggle to find both BBQ and Tex-Mex just like the rest of the state. Spring is awash in taco trucks, small Mexican comedors or fancier sit-down affairs. And while some cities throughout the state will claim the title of BBQ City, there are few where you won’t find good old-fashion beef BBQ if you simply ask around or do a little digging.
Bar Bites and Late Night Food
While Spring, TX is not Austin when it comes to a live music scene, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist and most of these bars, from Topgolf to a lively country music scene, will be happy to show off their bar menus and late night menus, if you and your friends want to put some food in your stomach while enjoying your music and drinks. There are enough choices that you might suggest that we try here only to be vetoed by the rest of your party.
There really is no shortage of options for those dining in Spring, Texas. In addition to the above listings, you can certainly find BBQ, Pan-Asian, Tapas bars and more based on what you’re craving for breakfast, lunch, and dinner all week long. From Texas Brisket Hash at several local diners that open early and close late, Spring’s food scene has enjoyed a fantastic rise in both number and quality of the meals offered at a handfuls of unique restaurants.