Second Helpings

Saba Blue Water Cafe

208-D W. Fourth, 478-7222

Mon-Fri, 4pm-2am; Sat, 5pm-2am

The Warehouse district crowd has really taken to the tapa-sized portions on the Saba menu that chef Larry Perdido describes as pan-Pacific/Caribbean. Look for bright island flavors and prices in the $6 to $12 range. This smartly designed spot is an inviting locale to gather the crowd to sample a variety of dishes for dinner and drinks. Friendly service and a very busy bar. We hear the new Saba outlet in downtown Houston is packing them in.

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