Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Houston Italian Restaurants

As said by the National Restaurant Association Italian food is among the top three cultural cuisines in America, and of course, there is nothing more American than the city Houston Texas. This city has 2.14 million people, the 4th largest city in the U.S., and there are literally more than one thousand Italian restaurants to provide room to all of them. Each one of these restaurants has some really good eats at incredible prices. Here are discussed a few famous Italian restaurants in Houston.

Damian's Cucina Italian

Let's start the list with Damian's that is considered by lots of people to be the top Italian restaurant found in Houston. As you go by under the green sunshade of Damian's midtown scene you feel like you're being swept into the ancient Tuscany. You're welcomed by wonderful wall paintings and the open dining area is broken up by tactically placed doorways to make sure every table is as private and dreamy as the next. They have a stunning granite bar operated by some most considerate bartenders.

Carmelo's Restaurant
In the year 1998, Carmelo's was awarded an International Illumination Design medal. The restaurant has a contemporary Mediterranean ambience, and it always feels like sitting in the twilight in Italy. Carmelo's is the just right place for a passionate dinner. They have an extraordinary range of wines and have got the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for four years consecutively. Service is always flawless for both a quick meals and the occasional comfortable dinner. The bone-in rib eye with grappa is a remarkable dish and is among the finest steaks in Texas and it comes from Carmelo's!


A staple established for more than twenty years in the downtown Houston in the southeast area. If you would like just great Italian cuisine then Spanky's has a table for you. Enter, take a fine wine glass, and have some basic Italian food with classic seasoning. Regardless of its sports bar like ambiance their cooking is just Italian and no one is questioning its genuineness. This is an awesome place for all occasions.

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