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Where To Eat Out By Yourself In Houston

Brooke Lewis
Posted on October 5
A pizza with red sauce and cheese sits on a pan.

Have you tried Gold Tooth Tony's yet in Houston? My mouth is watering. (Gold Tooth Tony's Detroit Pizza/Facebook)

Sometimes eating out with your friends can be fun, but every now and then, you just want a meal to yourself. Where should you go? I’ve got you covered below.

Pumpkin Spice Crepes

Anita Jaisinghani, the chef-owner of Pondicheri restaurant, shares how she makes her pumpkin spice crepes with buckwheat flour and savory pumpkin masala. Then, add greens, cheese or a fried egg on top and enjoy it for breakfast. [Houston Chronicle 🔒]

Where To Dine Solo

Do you love eating out by yourself, but don’t know where to go? Eater Houston has some recs, including Gold Tooth Tony’s, a new Detroit-style pizza joint. Cielito Cafe, which serves Mexican breakfast and lunch staples, is a must. Nancy’s Hustle is another delicious spot in EaDo. [Eater Houston]

Best Places For Wine

Are you looking for your next wine bar? You could make a pit stop at Padre’s Wine Shop + Bar in The Heights, which offers bottles from family-owned and small production vineyards. Fiora’s Bottle Shop features outdoor seating and a beautiful bar in Montrose. Oporto Fooding House & Wine offers Portuguese tapas and old-world wines in Midtown. [Eater Houston]

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