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Cuisine: South American
8120 Research Blvd. Ste. 104B + 512/419-7554
7901 Cameron Rd., Suite 5C + 512/719-5515
This outpost of the popular Eastside spot serves the same great pastries, soups, and entrées that you love. Save room for dessert – the cakes are moist perfection. Read our review.
13500 Galleria Cir., Bee Cave + 512/441-9000
1201 E. Sixth + 512/382-1189
Just half a mile east of I-35, you'll find authentic Colombian flavors in freshly prepared beef, chicken, and tilapia dishes.
1614 E. Seventh + 512/495-9425
Go here for wonderful Salvadoran cuisine, as well as Tex-Mex favorites. The tamales are lighter than air. Read our review.
7901 Cameron #4 + 512/832-5331
This cozy, comfortable place serves Mexican and Salvadoran specialties. We recommend the fried plantains, banana-leaf tamales, and pupusas.
642 Calles + 512/474-7749
This locally owned Brazilian steak house boasts a relaxed, fine-dining atmosphere and the only Brazilian wine list in town. Read our review.
10000 Research + 512/345-5600
Take one look at the massive ribs and open-flame rotisserie as you walk in the door and you'll understand this is a carnivore's paradise. The salad bar is pretty terrific, too.
309 E. Third + 512/472-0220
The standouts here are Gloria's Super Special and the Mar y Tierra. The drinks are cheap and pack a wallop, and the service is excellent.
300 W. Sixth + 512/236-1795
Armed with a wealth of cherished family recipes for fresh, home-style Cuban cuisine, the menu's opening salvo may be Masas fritas, or chunks of mojo criollo-marinated pork fried in lard, golden outside and succulent within. Lechon asado gets the same marinade and hours in a slow oven until it gets so tender it melts in your mouth. Pollo al horno is a marinated chicken leg quarter that is roasted with onion and red bell peppers, turning it moist and juicy. Read our review.
6800 West Gate Blvd. #112 + 512/382-1022
6001 Airport Blvd., Highland Mall + 512/323-5404
2028 Post Office, Galveston + 409/762-3696
Offers Tex-Mex dishes as well as Brazilian cuisine, such as its version of the national dish, feijoada. The daily specials shouldn't be missed.
2809 San Jacinto + 512/473-9988
This terrific tapas bar is truly a neighborhood spot. It's a good value, you can always get a table, and you can park. Menu items change with the seasons, but you can always count on a crudo of the day, as well as a few nightly specials. Read our review.
519 W. Oltorf St. + 512/487-1569

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