4 based on 84 reviews
On Thursday we in Downtown Rosenberg killing some time while our granddaughter, Mia was attending a 3 hour Art Camp. We went through a few if the antique stores and tried to decide where to get something to eat. We had a great Shake there the day before at Another Time Soda Fountain. So we decided to get some lunch there. I had the Reuben which was done on marbled bread with chips and a dill pickle. It was loaded with corn beef and very hot and filling. My husband had the Patty Melt which was also on marbled bread with fries and a dill pickle. Which was also very good. The onions could have been a little more sautéed but still quite tasty. I did sample his! And we split the same Johnny Shake we had the day before. The waitress was kind enough to give us our own fountain glass with both whipped cream and a cherry on top of each. I was going to have the soup but unfortunately they ran out. Maybe next time. We will definetly be back. At great Black to go for a bite to eat or even just a sundae.❤️❤️
4.5 based on 125 reviews
Gringo’s Mexican Kitchen is a family of full-service Mexican restaurants in the Houston area. All restaurants serve the highest quality Mexican food, offer a full bar and are open daily Sunday through Saturday for lunch and dinner. The Gringo’s brand identity is stamped with superior quality products combined with excellent value.
Every few months friends and I get together for lunch and drinks to catch up on life. We always enjoy our meal at this restaurant with plenty of selections. Wait staff is friendly and attentive, food is good and reasonably priced.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
This restaurant was located in the shopping center by our hotel so it was close and easy to get to in the morning. Unfortunately, there was a long (about 10 cars) wait, but it was well worth it as the coffee and tea were piping hot and delicious and the staff was friendly and apologetic for the wait. I think being Saturday was the cause for the long line, but they were fast with orders and we were there about 15 mins and then on our way.
4 based on 14 reviews
We stopped in and grabbed some goodies to take home with us after shopping in the historic district. The bakery case had many options to choose from. The prices were very reasonable so we bought several items. The banana bread was okay. Everybody makes things differently, but I really wish that it had nuts added to it or some sort of flavoring. It was kind of tasteless. The sugar cookie was also just okay. On the flip side, my partner enjoyed the kolaches he bought. They are super friendly in the bakery so overall it was a good experience.
4.5 based on 159 reviews
Wonderful food..fresh fruit salad never disappoints. They are not the fastest place to go to and sometimes there is a wait but if you have the time you will not be disappointed. The owner came to my school once on her own time to talk to my students about being a business owner...she brought fresh strawberries for ever student at the assembly. I’ve only been there for lunch...have always enjoyed my meal and the historical building the business is housed in.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
Came in for lunch. I ordered a fried chicken breast sandwich and fried mushrooms it was great. My wife had a bbq pork sandwich and it was good. Father in-law had the catfish dinner and it looked great and he said it was very good. This is a great place to eat.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Cozy family owned BBQ Joint located in Rosenberg (Southwest Houston) specializing in Texas Style Real Pit BBQ. Mouthwatering BBQ, tasty homemade sides,great service,& family vibe set us apart. We'd love to serve ya !
We stopped here on our way from San Antonio to Galveston. Again, TripAdvisor reviews did not steer us wrong. The food here is amazing! The meat on the ribs falls off of the bone, the brisket is tender and the sausage is delicious. The red potatoes were an awesome surprise and you must try the banana pudding! Go early, it gets busy.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Stopped in for takeout. Absolutely love their Sesame Chicken which is delicious. Service is always fast and workers are friendly. Can't wait until my next visit.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Just a block from the railroad museum sits this Rosenberg classic. Tastefully decorated, the place offers a nice selection of salads and pretty creative sandwiches using the best local and regional raw material. We particularly enjoyed the 819 (Avocado, Bacon, Pepper jack, Lettuce, Tomato and Jalapano aioli), and the Cuban sandwich, one of the best we've had in the state. Leave room for the Bread Pudding and the Fruit Cobbler a la Mode.
4 based on 69 reviews
Yummy. Tender, juicy meat. Numerous, amazing sides. The buttermilk pie is bomb! We shared a deluxe dinner with ribs, brisket, and ham. We had pinto beans and buttered potatoes. Hubby added mustard potato salad for himself. The homemade break tops it all wonderfully. The perfect stop for a meal every time you are in the area.
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