Webster is a city in the U.S. state of Texas located in Harris County, within the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area. The population was 10,684 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Webster
4.5 based on 185 reviews
Great restaurant. Great seafood. From the oysters and bisque to the fresh fish and hush puppies; this is great food. Family atmosphere. Casual dining. Great place to go.
4.5 based on 211 reviews
If you want delicious food that's beautifully presented, this is your place. The prices are reasonable and you can bring your own wine but there will be a corkish fee. The only problem is that this is a popular lunch place so parking is an issue so get there early. The service is good so I would highly recommend it.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
This is a somewhat out-of-the-way-because-its-so-close kind of place across the street from JSC and the CVS.
Plain food. Counter service style. Order, grab and fill your drinks (customer station) and wait for your food.
Nothing fancy, nothing overly special. The way it's set up, doesn't seem like it would take any more people for them to come round and take your order. But customer service isn't the focus here.
But neither is there a comfortable, warm and inviting environment for coffee, reading, or discussions, as the name might suggest. Sorry.
The eating here is ok, nothing fancy. I ordered the spcial egg benedict. They eggs were nicely poached, the ham was so-so (thin), and the hollandaise was far from bon appetite. Packaged runny stuff.
But it seems clean, the prices are reasonable, and the staff friendly (perhaps only uninspired).
4.5 based on 270 reviews
We were in the area with a disaster relief group following Hurricane Harvey, and wanted to share Texas BBQ with some of the volunteers from other parts of the US. Based on reviews, we picked Red River BBQ, and it came through with flying colors. It presented a clean and modern venue, which still managed to capture the feel of a good Texas BBQ joint. Lots of seating inside close to the condiments and drink refills, but we opted to sit outside at one of the numerous picnic tables. Sausage, brisket, and Turkey were universally liked by the group, but the standout was the pork ribs. Tender, moist, and easy to pull meat off the bone, they were full of flavor. I consumed most of my plate without benefit of sauce, which was a bit on the sweet & bland side for me, although our visitors thought it had a nice "bite" to it. We will probably return to Red River when we are next in South East Houston and need some good BBQ.
4.5 based on 249 reviews
A local recommended this place to us and we were glad we tried it. The food was reasonably priced with good-sized portions. The atmosphere was low-key and casual. It was such a great meal that we came back the next day. I would highly recommend you try Rudy’s!
4.5 based on 80 reviews
First time in this restaurant. I lived in Louisiana maybe 20 yrs ago...so we decided to try this restaurant. Atmosphere is good, our waitress was nice, not too aggressive, soft spoken. I ordered just a salad with their in house ranch dressing, it's good...my hubby ordered steak and surf he said it's good too, quiet restaurant and i love it but little pricey. But I definitely will recommend or we will be going back.
4 based on 247 reviews
It's nice when you can depend on good service AND good food. Kelley's League City has been serving delicious home-style country cooking for a long time. What's just as important to me, though, is the service. Management has been able to keep employees through the years; a nice change from the revolving door situation found in most restaurants. Even after the Harvey disaster I was pleased to see the friendly, familiar servers from years past taking care of guests as usual. They truly care about your experience in the restaurant.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Well over 50 beers on tap, always changing. Nobi has a website which includes a live tap list, but its usually outdated. The chalkboard lists everything, so you'll see a lot of folks wandering over and studying it. The bar on the side where you enter is too high for the stools, so its better to sit on the other (newer) side of the horseshoe-shaped bar area. They replaced all the brewery tap handles with generic plain ones, so now its harder to find my faves at a quick glance. It was probably too hard to keep up wont all the keg changes. Pork fries and the Nobi dog are great, although not diet-friendly. Never slow service--often more employees than customers. Tuesday after 4pm they have a pork chop/rice/pint of beer special for $7 or so; Sundays they have pho starting in late morning.
4.5 based on 212 reviews
Not only were the shrimp tacos made of fresh puffy crispy corn tortillas with plump smoky gulf shrimp, but the beans were whole and creamy in a smoky sauce with pork, and the rice was seasoned and not clumpy. I tried my husband's Tex Mex plate. Fresh corn tortillas and tamales with complex ancho sauce were wonderful. Start with fresh hot thin chips, pico salsa and churro beans...I wish they had one in my town! Didn't get drinks for lunch but the menu had a lot of margaritas. Pricing seems fine to me. Josh was a super waiter - attentive, not intrusive, fun. Managing partner even stopped by to check on us. Obviously cares about the quality.
4 based on 221 reviews
I am in Houston area twice a year and will always go there. Excellent, down to earth atmosphere and friendly staff. Food is good and tasty. Recently, desserts have changed. I must admit you preferring the earlier ones
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